Price: $120
When: Friday, Feb. 1 
Where: and other select retailers
What You Need to Know: Puma's latest version of the Clyde Court, the brand's first performance basketball sneaker in two decades, is the vehicle for a powerful message about prison reform in America. More specifically, it represents the Reform Alliance organization founded by Meek, Jay Z, and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. A black and grey knit upper features hot pink accents, gold "#Reform" branding on the tongue tab, and the same message in large lettering on the icy outsole as well. Olympian Tommie Smith's quote from the 1968 Olympics, "We had to be seen because we couldn't be heard," is written on the lateral heel.