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Fit & Sizing

The Puma Suede Classic NYC shoe is a unisex model that comes in men’s sizing from US 4 to 14 in D Standard width. Women's sizing is approximately 1.5 to 2 sizes smaller in men’s sizing conversion. So, if you are a size 9 in women’s sizing, you could opt to get this Puma shoe in size 7.

This NYC version of the Suede is also built with a low-top construction that allows non-restrictive foot movement with sufficient hold and support. The adjustable lace-up closure comes with fat laces and gold lace lock for a lockdown yet customizable fit. The collar, tongue, and insoles are cushioned for added in-shoe comfort.  

Puma Suede Classic NYC Style

This rendition of the classic Puma Suede silhouette celebrates the hip-hop heritage of the city the never sleeps. The plush suede upper is dressed in a vibrant orange hue that definitely turns heads anywhere you go. Subtle detailing on the upper reflects embossed Puma and New York texts, while blue and metallic gold accents finish off each pair. Fat laces in contrasting blue color give out a more authentic B-boy vibe that can be interchanged with two other sets of laces in either white or tonal orange color for styling options.

Styling this low-top wouldn’t be that difficult given its vivid and striking color. It can be paired with an all-black outfit or a monochromatic one in a toned-down hue to make it the focal point or pop of color. It looks great when worn with shorts, pants, or chinos. Even the ladies can strut a pair of this Puma Suede Classic with their dresses, shorts, or skirts.

Notable Features

Released as part of the Puma Suede Breakdancing Cities Pack, the Puma Suede Classic NYC presents a vibrant orange color that reflects New York City’s charisma and spirit. Although based on the 50-year-old classic Suede silhouette, it embodies subtle details that pay homage to the city’s breakdancing heritage like the embossed Puma and New York texts on the suede upper.

This low-top also comes with three pairs of fat shoelaces in vibrant blue, tonal orange, and white colors that can be used interchangeably. Also featured is the 1968 gold Puma lace locks.

Puma Suede Classic NYC History

One of Puma’s most iconic shoes ever produced made its debut in 1968, the Puma Suede. It carries an integral part not just of Puma’s history, but also of sports and hip-hop culture. During the ‘90s, the Suede became synonymous to "B-boy" shoe because of the features that make it ideal for breakdancing – the sturdy suede upper, cool colorways, and a non-slip thick rubber outsole that works well on any kind of surface.

The Puma Suede celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2018, and as part of the celebration, Puma released the Suede 50 Breakdance Cities pack on January 4, 2018, to pay homage to its hip-hop heritage. The pack gives the nod to four of the most influential breakdancing cities in the world – Seoul, Paris, Berlin, and New York. Each city represents a sneaker colorway that comes with a matching tee.

The Puma Suede Classic NYC flaunts an orange suede upper filled with embossed Puma and New York text design details. Other features shadows that of the original Suede that released 50 years ago, including the thick, white, and textured midsole, the fat laces with gold lace lock, padded collar and tongue, and classic Puma brandings on the lateral side, tongue, and heel.

Additional Info

  • The Puma Formstrip on the side comes in tonal suede. Other brandings are on the heel and lateral side in a metallic gold foil finish. The Puma branding on the tongue, on the other hand, is presented as a stitched tab in a similar color to the upper.
  • Along the Formstrip are perforation details for increased breathability.
  • The Puma Suede Classic NYC comes with a commemorative Puma Suede 50th Anniversary box.
  • The laces have gold aglets to match the metallic gold accents on the upper.