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The PUMA Suede hit the scene in 1968 and has been changing the streetwear game ever since. From the courts to the curbs, from ‘80s b-boys to today’s hustlers, the shoe has been worn by the icons of every generation – and it’s stayed classic through it all. Its style. It´s a legend in the

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Versatile, Durable & Comfortable Trainers

As history has shown, our suede trainers are made to be not just comfortable, but durable as well. This is so PUMA SUEDEs can keep up whether you’re skating or breakdancing. Our suede trainers are still produced with the same classic silhouette that has been iconic over the years but with new ideas and technology combined to offer a shoe that looks good and stays that way.

PUMA Suede & Culture

In the 1980s, the PUMA Suede shoe became closely linked to the hip-hop and breakdancing scene in cities such as New York. The New York City Breakers and Rocksteady Crew, two influential hip-hop groups, quickly adopted the PUMA Suede as their go-to shoe, praising its flexible outsole and comfortable Suede upper. The PUMA Suede association with hip-hop was crucial in establishing its reputation as a bona fide street shoe.

As the skateboarding community sought to differentiate itself from its surfing roots, the PUMA Suede became a popular choice for skaters due to its durability, versatility, and comfortable fit. This iconic shoe became a fixture among male skaters throughout the United States.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the Suede, PUMA released more than 37 exclusive designs in collaboration with fashion, music, and cultural partners.