A few months back The Weeknd formally declared that his first shoe cooperation with Puma would be discharging soon, and today they’ll at long last be accessible for procurement.
The Weeknd‘s kicks, which have been named the Puma Parallel, will be propelling today, August 24th at the retail cost of $220. His first Puma joint effort draws on motivation from military boots and great high-top ball shoes, with an excellent way of life contort. The Puma Parallel will influence their retail to make a big appearance in a grayish colorway, including white nubuck cowhide sourced from Italy joined by gunmetal eyelets and a thick white sole which comes completely furnished with Puma’s Ignite froth.
The kicks will be accessible at Puma retailers internationally, including spots like Sneakersnstuff, Barneys, Kith and The Webster. Notwithstanding this white colorway, The Weeknd and Puma have additionally divulged an olive version of the Puma Parallel which is supposed to discharge soon after the underlying drop.
In a meeting with Footwear News, The Weeknd talked about his first footwear collab, and in addition a portion of the general population he wants to see shaking the Puma Parallel.
Per Footwear News,
“We’ve been working with Puma for right around a year, and everybody is more than prepared to get the tennis shoes out,” The Weeknd told FN in a selective meeting. “I was apprehensive at in the first place, however when I at last got the chance to hold the item, I quickly became hopelessly enamored. I figure individuals will like it.”
“Frankly, I simply need to see everybody wearing it,” he said. “I need it to be a piece of popular culture. I need to stroll down the road and see kids wearing it and ladies wearing it. I need to see the pope wearing it. I need to see [Barack] Obama wearing it. I need to see Elon Musk wearing it.”
This isn’t the first run through The Weeknd has worked with Puma, he featured in their “Touch off Limitless” video not long ago and has been prodding his “PumaXO” shoe and attire line since the previous Fall.