Puma Honors Their Past With The Legacy Basketball Shoes

Aug 7, 2019

Category: Gear

Puma relaunched their basketball division with the Clyde Court silhouette last July, and they’re about to drop their third model in the Puma Hoops series. Taking inspiration from their sports heritage, the Puma Legacy Basketball Shoes are both stylish and reliable when making quick cuts to the basket on the hardwood floor.

The Legacy basketball sneakers feature elements from 70 years of sporting heritage, including one of the most iconic elements: the T7 stripe. Although it borrows retro style elements, the shoes are built with modern tech for today’s high-flying athletes. They feature mid-cut uppers with lacing system design for secure lockdown and unrivaled ankle protection, as well as engineered outsoles for traction and grip to make clutch plays. And it’s packing Puma Hybrid in the heels, which is incredibly responsive foam for high energy return and superior cushioning. The shoes honor Puma’s past while they help modern athletes create legacies of their own. You can grab a pair on August 17 for $100.

Purchase: $100

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