PUMA has released two colorways for its new Inhale Flares sneaker. The new silhouette is a tribute to Inhale, a shoe first introduced to the public in 2000. The shoes have a mesh upper with synthetic overlays – a design inspired by the movement of flares. The “Vineyard Wine” shoe comes in burgundy and pink hues to help you envision the fall season to come. The other style is called “PUMA White-PUMA Black” and has a much easier aesthetic, featuring contrasting black and white colors with a slight touch of green and pink in the details.
PUMA’s Inhale Flares are available now for $100 on their website.
Another nostalgic moment from the sportswear brand is when they debuted the on-trend ugly dad sneakers at the end of last month. The all-new Alteration Blitz silhouette sees a clean and fresh colorway “Castlerock/High Rise” featuring light grey, textured-suede and dark grey mesh, as well as a chunky, stacked midsole made of dark blue fabric with an exposed stitching pattern in royal blue. We also see a grey eyestay hiding away the sneaker’s lace eyelets. This pair of dad sneakers is nostalgic with a futuristic twist. Don’t believe us? See it for yourself:
PUMA’s Alteration Blitz “Castlerock/High Rise” are available exclusively on END‘s online store for $145.