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Public Enemy x Puma Collaboration Releasing Soon

Public Enemy Puma Clyde Sky LX Release Date Info

Puma and Def Jam are releasing a new Public Enemy collection which will include the Clyde and Sky LX.

The Puma Clyde pays tribute to Public Enemy’s renowned third album “Fear of a Black Planet” was released 30 years ago on April 10, 1999, and to pay homage to the iconic record, Puma linked up with Def Jam for a custom pair of Public Enemy Clydes. Equipped with the album name and logo, as well as a matching red and black colorway, two icons collide for a memorable sneaker, worth the rock and worth the stock.

The Puma Sky LX pays tribute to Chuck D’s “Fight the Power.” Changing the rap game forever in the mid-‘90s, Public Enemy are more than just musicians, they are cultural and political figures, who are now honored with this retro high-top sneaker. Dressed in a red and white leather upper with “Fight the power” wording, the sneaker features a hook and loop strap and a PUMA x DEF JAM label at the tongue.

Public Enemy Puma Clyde + Sky LX Release Details

You can expect both models forming the Public Enemy x Puma collaboration to release at select retailers like SNS on April 9th. Retail price for the Clyde is $90 while the Sky LX will cost you $140. Continue to scroll below to check out additional photos of the two which will give you a closer look.

Public Enemy x PUMA Clyde
Color: High Risk Red/PUMA Black
Release Date: April 9, 2020
Style Code: 374539-01
Price: $90

Public Enemy Puma Clyde Release Date Info
Public Enemy x Puma Clyde

Public Enemy Puma Clyde Release Date Info

Public Enemy Puma Clyde Release Date Info

Public Enemy Puma Clyde Release Date Info

Public Enemy x PUMA Sky LX
Color: PUMA White/High Risk Red
Release Date: April 9, 2020
Style Code: 374538-01
Price: $140

Public Enemy Puma Sky LX Release Date Info
Public Enemy x Puma Sky LX

Public Enemy Puma Sky LX Release Date Info

Public Enemy Puma Sky LX Release Date Info

Brian Betschart
Founder and Editor of SF, Brian is considered an expert when it comes to sneakers. Collecting since he was in elementary school, his collection has grown to over 500 pairs and counting. Brian has published articles since 2004, and in 2006, he decided to create Sneaker Files.

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