I’m sure you’ve seen how serious the Japanese are with their fashion. They may use the simplest of silhouettes but the detail and materials are always tops. The same can be said with their latest version of the PUMA Suede. Japanese Craftmanship is at its finest with the PUMA Suede, taking color and design cues from the 80s. There are subtle changes to the shoe such as the change up on the sole (narrower base than the traditional Suede) and the shorter toe box. They also go thicker with the suede and go less on the lining to create that premium vintage feel.
The Puma Made in Japan Suede Classic will be available at select PUMA stockists starting September 2012. If they don’t make it to the Philippines, make sure you to call your international hook ups for these gems.