PUMA Relaunch the Terrace Collection with Three Retro-Inspired Sneaker Drops

Paying tribute to Europe's freshest cities ?

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September 9th 2020

PUMA just dropped a new wave of sneakers as part of the new Terrace Collection, a capsule dedicated to the fans who bring sport and style together in the world’s waviest cities.

As fans begin to re-enter stadiums across Europe with the new season underway, the latest Terrace Collection drop sees some of PUMA’s most iconic silhouettes get a reskin fit for 2020, including the Bluebird and the Madrid.

First released in 1982, the PUMA Bluebird is one of the most recognisable court shoes of all-time and was a favourite for football casuals of the era. The silo returns this A/W with the Bluebird ‘Amsterdam’ and Bluebird ‘St. Petersburg’.

The ‘Amsterdam’ drops in an orange and sky blue colourway – synonymous with the Dutch national team – and features a suede upper, leather overlays, gold foiling and a suitably classic gum rubber sole. The ‘St Petersburg’ has all the same technical details, but drops in a striking red, white and blue colourway that resemble St Petersburg’s coat of arms.

Finally, the PUMA Madrid ‘London’ sees the illustrious Madrid silhouette updated with a nod to the English capital. The sneaker features a suede upper and gum rubber sole, but takes it colours from the Jubilee Line that runs underground the city. The upper is a strong shade of purple, while the PUMA formstrip is a bright orange.

The three sneakers are part of the PUMA Terrace Collection and are available at size? now. Shop the PUMA Bluebird ‘Amsterdam’ here, the PUMA Bluebird ‘St Petersburg’ here, and the PUMA Madrid ‘London’ here.