The Puma Suede Classic came to fruition in 1968 thanks to Tommie Smith, the sportsman who won the 200-meter competition at the Olympic Games in Mexico. Five years later, in 1973, it was Walt "Clyde" Frazier, the professional basketball player who inspired new versions of this original model. In the '80s in New York, B-boys started using the Classic Breakdance Dance and became an icon of hip-hop culture. In addition, their success is also due to comfort and materials. These sneakers are made with a suede upper layer and with a rubber sole.
• Blue / White / Gray / Gold
• Rubber Sole