PUMA Reinvents a Classic Sneaker for 2020 with the Oslo-City OG

70 years after its debut, a street icon is retooled for summer 💧

July 17th 2020

PUMA has gone deep into the archive and reinvented one of its most iconic shoes in a release that will light up the streets this summer.

The PUMA Oslo originally dropped in 1952 to celebrate the Winter Olympics in Norway, but its timeless design has made it a lowkey favourite for decades of sneakerheads.

Nearly 70 years on from the original drop, the Oslo-City OG sees the iconic sneaker retooled for summer 2020 with new design elements that ticks boxes for style and comfort. The shoe comes with an ice-clean white leather upper, accented by suede overlays at the toe, while a black suede Fromstripe adds stylish contrast.

The silhouette is finished with gold ‘Oslo-City’ print on the side, while an ultra-durable gum outsole adds an ageless touch.

The versatile sneaker is a certified summer essential, and is available now at puma.com.