Who should buy Puma Clyde GCC

The Clyde GCC is a great sneaker from Puma if you are looking for:

  • street sneakers with a fashion-forward look that goes well with shorts, chinos, and denim skirts.
  • lightweight kicks already look stylish by themselves, you can pair them with any plain T-shirt and a pair of jeans and still look come out looking casually elegant.

Puma Clyde GCC logo

Premium materials of Clyde GCC

The shoe’s snakeskin-embossed upper made of premium leather is unarguably its most distinguishable feature. 

Puma Clyde GCC front

History of Puma Clyde GCC

Initially released in 1973, The Clyde was designed specifically for New York Knicks point guard, Walter “Clyde” Frazier. Clyde wanted a shoe with a broader platform and from his idea, the first custom basketball sneaker, the PUMA Clyde was born.

Puma Clyde GCC heel

Due to the popularity of The Clyde, it has gone through various iterations throughout the years. Just early this year, the Clyde “Cow Suits” model—which was inspired by Clyde Frazier’s eccentric sense of style—was released.

Puma Clyde GCC collar

It had a leather tongue label, golden branding, and cow print form strips. Only 73 pairs were released as a nod to the 1973 New York Knicks championship that Frazier played a big part in.

Puma Clyde GCC laces

The Clyde GCC is a premium reissue of the original with a soft dominant leather upper and a combination of eye-catching and contrasting colors. It has a rounded tip and a flexible rubber outsole. The shoe is a perfect combination of haute and heritage, blurring the boundary between sport and fashion.

Puma Clyde GCC sole

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Basketball
Collection: Puma Clyde
Colorways: Black / Red / White
SKUs: 36263101 / 36263102 / 36263103 / 36558902

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