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Originally released in 1968, the PUMA suede is one of the German brands’ timeless silhouettes that has received countless makeovers throughout its existence. This time around the German sportswear giant has teamed up with Masahiro Tobita’s spoken words project for a very distinct collaborative take on the minimalistic shoe. Titled ”ewohaku” which roughly translates to “to wear a picture,”  the shoe is rendered in a beige suede base with overlaying silk screen printing in a variety of lively colors to illustrate the uniqueness of each pair. With each shoe sporting a different combination of hues the shoe is perfect for expressing stylistic individuality. Check out the photo set above to get a closer look at the PUMA Suede for spoken words project “ewohaku.”

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