Friday, 24 March 2017

Check Out The PUMA NTRVL Spring/Summer ’17 Collection By PUMAxSTAPLE


PUMA and world renowned New York City streetwear stalwart Staple Design put their creative heads together for Spring-Summer ’17 by introducing the PUMA NTRVL collection. Collaborating on apparel for the first time, the two brands come together seamlessly, in typical style of when the Pigeon first met the Cat. Playing with iconic silhouettes, classic tailoring and performance materials, the result is slick and street-worthy.


The PUMA NTRVL collection adapts to each activity in your day with multifunctional pieces made of premium durable materials. Staple takes iconic sneaker silhouettes and adds his unique design flavour, using pops of pink and his signature colour scheme of pigeon grey. The footwear range includes PUMA’s latest running shoes with a streetwear edge, IGNITE evoKNIT (R2 999), IGNITE 3 (R2 499), Limitless (R2 799) as well as sports-inspired classics, the PUMA Clyde (R2 499) and BOG Sock (R2 299). All sneakers have a split coloured upper- with opposite colourblocking applied to the medial and lateral sides.



To complete the contemporary and stylish capsule is apparel and accessories, equipped with technical features. Classic silhouettes are remixed with contemporary swagger and performance functionality.

Executed with a vibrant polka-dot print and reflective details, PUMA NTRVL gives the traditional a twist combining fashion with fitness. Consider it functional fashion, the PUMA NTRVL Tech shirt (R1 999), tee’s (R999) and hoody (R2 599) has an adaptive design with premium knit fabric, perforated panels and a classic polka dot print remixed with reflective details. A pink lining connects this piece to the OG Staple design language.


Designed with the city life in mind, the PUMA NTRVL collection is fit for work, working out or casual evening chills. The first drop of PUMA x STAPLE will be available from Saturday, 25 March 2017 at PUMA SELECT Bree Street, Cape Town and Braamfontein, Johannesburg and selected retailers.