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The Weeknd and Puma Unveil the Puma XO Drop 3

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black

The Weeknd and Puma has officially unveiled the third Puma x XO Collection thats fashioned out of the concept ‘Crafted Military’.

The collection brings new meaning to street luxe with masterfully constructed pieces using the most premium materials. Notable styles include the PUMA x XO Bomber Jacket in all-over camo canvass and all-black nylon iterations and the returning statement Kimono Jacket also in black and camo canvas renditions. The look extends to accessories with the PUMA x XO Backpack, Beanie and Cap. Signature XO silhouettes compliment the rough and rugged pieces, from the PUMA x XO Hoodie that feature the unique camo pattern and cyber yellow hues to PUMA x XO Camo Tees and Tanks that bear the PUMA x XO logo.

Completing the collection is the PUMA XO Parallel in a stealth black colorway. Inspired by military and utilitarian gear, the sell-out PUMA x XO Parallel is a mid-cut sneaker boot that’s fully decked out in luxurious Italian nubuck leather upper. The smooth rubber midsole features IGNITE cushioning technology. The boot boasts of a contemporary blocked heel design with an extended Formstrip and co-branded labels.

The third Puma x XO Collection is set to release in-stores on November 11th. You can also purchase on Puma.com, Puma stores and select sneaker and fashion retailers across the globe.

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black
Black/Black
November 11, 2017
365039-03
$220

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black

Puma XO Parallel Triple Black

Puma XO Collection Drop 3

Puma XO Collection Drop 3

Puma XO Collection Drop 3

Puma XO Collection Drop 3

Puma XO Collection Drop 3

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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