Butter Goods and Puma honor the history of skateboarding with their retro designs, retro silhouettes and also the concept of connecting with like-minded individuals all over the world. That’s why two skate-obsessed kids from down under came together with a brand from Herzogenaurach to celebrate what’s most important to them.
PUMA presents a tribute collection honoring the Black Fives, the first all-black basketball teams of the U.S. A gathering of talent whose rights to compete in sports were taken from them and who took matters into their own hands by forming a league that birthed some of the greatest talents of a sport beloved around the globe.
Sportswear giant and household name PUMA once again teams up with Maison Kitsuné, the multi-faceted Paris-meets-Tokyo-brand that has been bringing together fashion, music and culture for many years now. For SS21, the collaborative collection is an epitome of elegant sportswear and Japan-inspired footwear aesthetics.
On the occasion of the release of their newest PUMA Collab now available at HHV Caiza went down memory lane to reminisce over some of his personal favorite The Hundreds collabs of all time. Expect a lot of nostalgia.