New Kicks

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by cloud9eleet, Jun 4, 2005.

  1. cloud9eleet

    cloud9eleet Senior member

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    Picked these up yesterday at the Puma store in Soho. Â [​IMG]
     


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    Very interesting that the colorway extends all the way across the bottom of the shoe. Nice pair even though I'm not a fan of Pumas.
     


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    I keep seeing those and I can't stand the honeycomb thing. Are they comfortable? I can't even imagine. And the front has no tread? WTF?

    BTW, Puma Kings in kangaroo with the black indoor sole are still one of my favorite all-around shoes, but it's pretty much impossible to find them here. I ended up getting a pair of Kelmes in kangaroo to replace my last Pumas, and those are doing pretty well so far.
     


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    They are okay comfort wise, very similar comfort to the pair of Schattenboxen that I had before. Â The honeycomb thing is a bit strange, but I find it cool. Â Definitely prefer these to the all ubiquitous Speedcats. These are the Schattenboxen's. [​IMG] As with everything, tastes vary. Oh and as far as traction go, I wore them in the rain last night and they are fine, I guess the honeycomb thing provides the traction?
     


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    I gotta give it to Puma's, ugly or not, they do guarantee abundant attention. I have a pair of Brushspikes that do make people turn their heads and believe me - they do provoke some raw emotions.
     


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