The New Puma Hacked Collection Is An Ode To The Sneaker Creatives

The Puma Hacked Collection just dropped exclusively at Foot Locker. The collection is an ode to the sneaker creatives that continue to redefine the design industry with a keen sense of individuality. Illustrators, graffiti artists and shoe reconstructors alike have cultivated a concept of D.I.Y. artistry that transforms classic sneaker designs into modern favorites.

The first drop of the PUMA Hacked collection consists of three classic silhouettes, PUMA GV Special ($80), Clyde ($70) and Cali Fashion ($80). Each shoe is fashioned in an all-white colorway with a clear call to action; use the blank canvas. To commence the PUMA Hacked Challenge, Foot Locker will host design workshops led by renowned sneaker designer and Pensole Academy founder D’Wayne Edwards, to empower consumers to hack PUMA classics through design education. The two-day “Hacked” workshops will be held at Foot Locker Power Stores in Philadelphia, Aug. 16-18 and Detroit, Sept. 6-8. Both communities will have the opportunity to hear from industry leaders in a series of guest lecturers as well as hands-on design practice in Pensole design courses.

Out now, find the PUMA Hacked collection at Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, Champs Sports and Footaction in-stores and online, and

A second drop in November will round out the PUMA Hacked Collection with four additional suede sneakers and apparel.

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