Puma is taking a step into the past this week by re-introducing its iconic Puma Disc running shoe with several modern twists.
Coming complete with a glossy cage, light breathable upper and a lightweight Fass bottom, the Puma Disc “Tech’d Out’ is the latest design masterpiece from shoe maestro Ronnie Fieg and will be available in Foot Locker stores this week.
First introduced in 1992, the Disc was the first laceless running shoe on the market. It had a unique design consisting of an internal wire system to ensure an enhanced custom fit with Trinomic cushioning technology for long mileage. All it takes is a turn of the dial and the wires tighten to maximise fit and comfort.
Trinomic was first introduced in the ’90s as Puma’s performance technology that focused on stability and cushioning. Many athletes wore track spike versions of this shoe in the world of track and field.
The Puma Disc still sports the same performance technology from back in the day, but the 2013 edition also appeals to the fashionable lifestyle market combining technology with street style.
The Puma Future Disc Blaze Lite ‘Tech’d Out’ is available in four colour schemes and will be available in Foot Locker and other select retailers this weekend.
[Source Complex Sneakers]