An old-school basketball sneaker designed in Stockholm by Sneakersnstuff inspired by the original settlers of Sweden, the Sámi people, using the finest reindeer leather money could buy, originally designed by a German footwear company for an African-American New York Knickerbocker that had style both on and off court? Yes that's what this is. They retailed at almost three times as much as your average PUMA Clyde (they should have only been twice as much, according to an anonymous PUMA source). The leather supplier normally supplies luxury brands like Louis Vuitton and Hermès. The Nordic Museum, a museum dedicated to the cultural history and ethnography of Sweden, bought a pair for their collection. Five percent of the project's revenue went to the Sámi Youth. Total production: 660 pairs.
PUMA Clyde x Sneakersnstuff