Cape Town, South Africa, 9 November 2020 – Sports company PUMA has teamed up again with community-powered streetwear brand The Hundreds for a new line of footwear, apparel and accessories designed with sustainability in mind. The collection aims to increase awareness around our environmental impact and make us more conscious about the way we dress. Recycled and organic fabrics are used in the designs along with clever functionality. Many items are reversable, transformable and multi-use. Sustainable materials used throughout the collection include recycled polyester and rubbers, organic cotton, chrome-free leathers and recycled meshes for uppers, lining and sock liners. The looks are collegiate inspired with special graphics to highlight the sustainable aspect of the collection.
The Hundreds continue to put their spin on classic PUMA silhouettes this season, pulling from the PUMA tennis archives for another PUMA X The Hundreds Performer (R2 299), featuring bold colours and recycled materials on the upper. Design details include a mix of mesh and nylon on the upper with neoprene and synthetic overlays, a colour blocked outsole, and an extra set of blue laces. Further footwear in the collection includes styles like the Future Rider (R1 999) and RS-2K (R2 299).
Apparel items feature the PUMA X The Hundreds Chore Jacket (R2 999), ChinoPants (R2 299), Reversible Hoodie (R1 899), Reversible Shorts (R1 299) and Tee (R949).
Cut down on plastic bags with the PUMA X The Hundreds Convertible Bag (R999) which transforms from a shopper into a crossbody bag. The super lightweight and packable PUMA X The Hundreds Cap (R399) can be folded and stored away into an integrated pouch.
California-based The Hundreds was founded in LA in 2003 by Bobby Kim and Ben Shenassafar. It is a classic streetwear brand and a media platform dedicated to global street culture. Outfit your look with the world in mind.
Grab the latest from PUMA X The Hundreds, now available on PUMA.com, at PUMA Select Stores, Shelflife, Jack Lemkus, Hipkicks and selected retailers