You’ve got to admit, PUMA‘s been on a bit of a return-to-form run this year. A slew of collaborations have seen the brand flex its progressive-aesthetic muscles and the results have (almost) always been on point. The latest of these joint ventures sees the PUMA by Mihara Yasuhiro line revealing the MY-57 Pau-Brazil model, in both white and black versions. The crazy thing about the new silhouette is that it merges two existing styles into one, accented by the fact that it clashes a classic PUMA color palette with a tropical print inspired by Brazil’s Pau-Brasil tree. This is further emphasised by a cleanly sliced suede and leather mix. Designed in anticipation for the Football World Cup, both versions of the sneaker can be found at select PUMA by Mihara Yasuhiro stockists now.

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