Puma is killing it with the Canadian collabs right now. Last week the sneaker giant paid homage to Canada’s colourful currency by reimagining the classic Clyde silhouette in three different colourways inspired by the hues of Canada’s 20, 50 and 100 dollar bills. This week? The brand’s collaboration with one of Toronto's favourite high-end streetwear boutiques hit the shelves.
Toronto-based Get Fresh Company worked with Puma to reimagine the versatile Tsugi Kori, the brand’s latest addition to its Tsugi line. The water-repellent Tsugi Kori features a comfy knitted sock-like collar, soft moulded overlays, rugged outsole for ample grip, woven heel gore, “Ignite Foam” tooling, and a water-repellent and neoprene construction perfect for Canada's unpredictable fall/winter weather.
“Get Fresh was merely a teenage dream that started from selling clothes from a trunk of a car," Get Fresh Company owner Jebril Jalloh told Complex. "Years later that dream developed into a brick and mortar in the heart of Toronto's fashion district, earning the attention of Puma which has allowed the brand to churn out their very first collaboration sneaker - the Tsugi Kori."
The Get Fresh Company’s Tsugi Kori comes in two different colourways: a dark reddish brown 'Puce' colour and a unique 'Shell' colourway that perfectly combines white, tan and pink tones.
The Puma Tsugi Kori X Get Fresh Company sneakers are available now for $200 CAD in both colourways at Get Fresh Company on 498 Queen Street West in Toronto, online at getfreshcompany.com and select Foot Locker locations.
Take a closer look at the kick collab below: