Clyde Brogue

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Questa scarpa parla la lingua brogue e la sua seconda lingua è quella dei movimenti raffinati.

This is how it went down… In 1973 basketball great Walt 'Clyde' Frazier knocked on PUMA's door. (Was he wearing a fedora? Most likely. But we cannot officially corroborate that claim.) He ordered up a custom-made pair of Suedes. (His court shoe of choice.) We happily obliged by reconfiguringthe original silhouette, stamping his moniker on the side in gold, and BAM!-the PUMA Clyde was born.

Le Clyde Brogue is the youngest in this dynastic line, and has inherited oodles of style and class. It's decked out in patent leather with a gentleman's brogue-then tweaked, slimmed down, and primped for all the ladies out there. It has premium leather, lightweight tooling,and a detachable kiltie.

And that kids, is how legends are made.