Puma Remodels its LQD CELL Optic in a Stealthy “Sheer Gray/Violet” Colorway



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Puma keeps the futuristic sneaker drops including the newest version of its LQD CELL Optic silhouette. This time around, the German footwear giant has selected a sneaky “Sheer Gray/Violet” colorway, adding vibrant combinations in the middle of progressive semi-translucent panels fabrics.

The sneakers are tinged in deep purple hues versus black and grey shades. “Puma” branding is positioned at the top of the tongue, while black laces and abstract shapes appear below. Its uppers sport a lightweight nylon material that comes slightly see-through, contrasted by a crisp rubber side stripe and a chunky midsole. One crucial function of the silhouette is its cushioning technology that was adjusted from Puma’s renowned honeycomb foam material: in the brand-new midsole, the walls of each neighboring cell have actually been broken down for more fluidity and shock transfer. This along with the combination of ProFoam materials includes increased cushioning and stability, assembling the technical shoes piece.

The Puma LQD CELL Optic “Sheer Gray/Violet” is presently offered at atmos-tokyo. com for $125 USD.

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