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Puma Dreamer 2: Presence so felt

Puma Basketball is definitely making waves in the market with J. Cole's Dreamer 2. These ready-for-casual performance basketball shoes offer the following: 

Reliable support. The upper is made of knit with leather and suede overlays, ensuring a truly responsive fit around the midfoot and forefoot.

Explosive energy return. The combination of Profoam and RS foam in the midsole delivers a different kind of control and springiness for that confident drive to the basket. 

Multicoverage traction. The sticky rubber outsole is equipped with cleverly engineered traction points to further enhance its grip on the hardwood.

J. Cole's 2nd Dreamer from Puma: From the court to the streets

Musician J. Cole is undoubtedly a pop culture icon. Anything that gets associated with him will surely find its way to the mainstream. To prepare the Dreamer 2 for pop culture domination, Puma bathed it in catchy colors that pay homage to significant milestones in J. Cole's music career. The following colors surely make it among the most sought-after mid-top basketball shoes in the market.

2014 Forest Hills Drive. A yellow/black version of the second Puma Dreamer is called "2014 Forest Hills Drive," and it takes us back to J. Cole's first album with the same title. It represents the beginning of his now successful story.

Off-Season Red. J. Cole's May 2021 album "Off-Season Red" reportedly took years to complete. To celebrate its release, Puma released a red/black rendition of the Dreamer 2. It's also called "Off-Season Red."


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