PUMA and Meek Mill Call for Change with Clyde Court ReformRelease: 9 August 2019
Inspired by PUMA partner-rapper-activist Meek Mill’s own experience in the justice system, the Clyde Court Reform seeks to highlight the need for change. The high-top sports an all-over red upper with black accents, representing the sacrifices made by those unjustly caught in the system. Details like #REFORM branding on the tongue and outsole bring home the message, while ‘We had to be seen because we couldn’t be heard’ at the heel celebrates PUMA ambassador Tommie Smith, who famously gave the Black Power salute at the 1968 Olympics.
Tech-wise these are primed for performance. A knitted upper and sock collar offer flexibility and support, while NRGY beads and IGNITE Foam provide slam-dunking bounce.,
To top it off, 100 per cent of net proceeds will go to Mill’s Reform Alliance. To cop, preorder at PUMA now.