PUMA Dives Into the Archive for the Retro-Styled Bluebird New York

The drop pays tribute to NYC's sports heritage.

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September 22nd 2020

PUMA just dropped off yet another clean release as the streets gear up for autumn/winter, with the retro-inspired PUMA Bluebird New York paying tribute to the sporting heritage of NYC.

Taking elements from the brand’s iconic ‘Bluebird’ model from the 1980s, the new drop is a staple from PUMA’s relaunched Terrace Collection dedicated to the fans who bring sport and style together in the world’s waviest cities.

The vibey green and white suede upper is inspired by a one-of-one shoe made for American Football legend Joe Namath while he was running the game with PUMA back in the 1970s. An off-white outsole provides a vintage aesthetic befitting of the OG’s era, while PUMA have proudly decorated the pair with a gold ‘New York’ stamp on the side.

The PUMA Bluebird New York is part of PUMA’s Terrace Collection, which is available to buy exclusively at size?.