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PUMA Suede Classic

About PUMA Suede Classic

The PUMA Suede debuted in 1968. It was instantly a game changer, and its impact is still felt today. It has been embraced by every generation and PUMA has updated and improved the Suede over the years. The Suede is always being remixed with new colorways and low key design changes that don’t completely alter the timelessness of the shoe. In 1972, PUMA signed an endorsement agreement with Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Frazier is one of the NBA’s all time greats and is known for his unique choices in clothes. Frazier was a superstar on and off the basketball court. Frazier wanted a low style shoe to play in. He also wanted to wear a new colorway every single game. It is rumored that Frazier used close to 400 different colors on the PUMA Suede. The Puma Suede was made of suede because it was easier to dye, and it could meet the wishes of Frazier. “Clyde”, Frazier’s nickname, was also labeled on the shoe. The PUMA Suede is truly a classic and it still resonates today with the fashion and sneaker communities. You can grab a pair of PUMA Suede Classics at Shoe Palace.

About PUMA Suede Classic

The PUMA Suede debuted in 1968. It was instantly a game changer, and its impact is still felt today. It has been embraced by every generation and PUMA has updated and improved the Suede over the years. The Suede is always being remixed with new colorways and low key design changes that don’t completely alter the timelessness of the shoe. In 1972, PUMA signed an endorsement agreement with Walt “Clyde” Frazier. Frazier is one of the NBA’s all time greats and is known for his unique choices in clothes. Frazier was a superstar on and off the basketball court. Frazier wanted a low style shoe to play in. He also wanted to wear a new colorway every single game. It is rumored that Frazier used close to 400 different colors on the PUMA Suede. The Puma Suede was made of suede because it was easier to dye, and it could meet the wishes of Frazier. “Clyde”, Frazier’s nickname, was also labeled on the shoe. The PUMA Suede is truly a classic and it still resonates today with the fashion and sneaker communities. You can grab a pair of PUMA Suede Classics at Shoe Palace.



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girl on skateboard looking at wall mural wearing puma suede classics