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The low-top Puma x Charlotte Olympia Cali Sport is a sneaker launched in women's range. Its lacing system can be quickly adjusted according to the preference of its wearers. This pair has a padded collar and tongue to enhance the overall comfort and support.

The Puma white Charlotte Olympia x Puma Cali Sport displays a look that features the Hollywood glamour. The signature leather upper is revamped with leopard-printed overlay and gold metallic branding. Shiny design on the tongue and heel are also present to give a luxurious vibe further. Charlotte also incorporated her signature luxurious spider web motif. The upper is resting on top of the thick white midsole, with contrasting red heel cap for added style. 

The Puma x Charlotte Olympia Cali Sport looks fashionable on feet when worn with practically any attire. A plain maxi dress with an oversized denim jacket looks great when finished off with this sneaker. Another outstanding ensemble is with skinny jeans and an oversized animal printed hoodie. 

Charlotte Olympia reworked the Puma Cali SPort to create an eye-catching piece. The animal print overlay of the Puma x Charlotte Olympia Cali Sport creates a notable element in this iteration. It also has the hints of red and gold contrast outline to complete the look. These details highly suggest the old Holywood glamour as a way to show the playful designs of Charlotte Olympia Dellal. Her penchant for details results in an outstanding level of sophistication that suits the street fashion. 

Since it was established in 1948, Puma has been unstoppable in releasing footwear that enhances the performance and comfort of its wearers. The first in its impressive lineup is the Atom. This soccer cleat was the footwear used by the German national team when they enjoyed their first score after the war. Puma's thirst for innovations continued, and later on, unveiled the Velcro strap in 1986 and the Puma Disc in the 90s.

Puma has been consistent in launching countless comfortable, modern, and fashionable footwear. Among the contemporary releases is the Puma Cali, which was unveiled in 2018. This low-top sneaker is built with chunky sole keeping its wearers trendy and comfy. This stylish sneaker was stirred from classic tennis footwear that has been reworked for the modern street fashion.

Many buyers choose the Puma Cali for its comfort and durability, perfect for the daily errands. Its upper is made of breathable leather with progressive tooling and branding found at the back and front. There are several variations of Puma Cali unveiled in the market. One of them is the Puma Cali Basket, the base model used in one of the silhouettes in the Puma x Charlotte Olympia collaboration.

The Puma x Charlotte Olympia Cali Sport sneaker features a stunning look that gives a hint of the Hollywood glam. It has a leopard print overlay with a hint of red and gold branding for added style. The thick rubber sole is inserted with EVA midsole for lightweight, cushy feel. This design creates an illusion of taller wearer for its white platform sole. 

  • The Puma x Charlotte Olympia Cali Sport sneaker is made of rubber outsole that provides a reliable and durable grip on various surfaces.
  • Other sneakers included in the Puma x Charlotte Olympia collaboration are the Puma x Charlotte Olympia Rise Trainer, Puma x Charlotte Olympia Deva Trainer, and Puma x Charlotte Olympia Love Trainer.

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Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.