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Fit & Sizing
The low-top Puma Suede Classic Tonal is only available in gentlemen’s sizing. As its name implies, the upper of this footwear is made from the brand’s trademark suede material. It allows comfort and lightweight feel. A customized fit is possible due to the lace-up closure.
As one of the most famous Puma shoes in history, it is inevitable that the Puma Suede collection will only expand. Among the recent additions to the timeless shoe line is the Puma Suede Classic Tonal. Showcasing a low-top construction in a premium suede upper, this version has that timeless charm of the Suede with monochromatic color schemes.
Designed for the appreciation of long-time fanatics and the new generation of wearers, this street sneaker is a top choice for its iconic style and laidback vibe. Matching the Puma Suede Classic Tonal sneakers with almost any type of lifestyle clothes is as easy as it gets. Wearers have the assurance that whenever they have this pair on their feet, being on-trend will never be in doubt.
Excluding the tonal color options and other design nuances, the overall construction of the Puma Suede Classic Tonal has been pretty much consistent with the original model. The Puma Suede withstood the test of time by staying true to its heritage. Modest classic looks, sufficient comfort, and an affordable price tag have endeared people to the Suede and will continue with the Puma Suede Classic Tonal.
The Suede was first introduced in the sport of basketball during the ‘60s. Because of its universal appeal, it transitioned into the lifestyle category and has been a staple in casual fashion ever since. Recognized as a pioneer in the sneaker industry, it is the first one to feature the suede upper instead of canvas or standard leather. This utilization essentially started the popularity of suede to the consumers.
The primary reason why the suede material has made an impact is because of its elegant vibe compared to the regular leather. NBA Hall of Famer Walt “Clyde” Frazier recognized the greatness of the Puma Suede and was the central figure on its popularity during the ‘70s. After some time, Frazier got his own sneaker line which was primarily inspired by the Suede.
Decades went along, and the Puma Suede remained one of the most popular sneakers worldwide. Multiple celebrities have been seen rocking the shoes, which further elevates the Suede’s reputation on the streets and various subcultures. Countless versions and collaborations have been released for the Puma Suede.
Among the recent iterations is the men's Puma Suede Classic Tonal casual shoes, which is offered in multiple tonal color schemes. Introduced in 2015, the shoe has been loved by long-time Suede fans and casual buyers.
- No all-white color option is available for this sneaker. However, the Puma men's Suede Classic Tonal sneaker “Blue Flower” color vaguely looks like a shade of white.
- “Red Dahlia” is the other name of the Puma Suede Classic Tonal in red.