Puma RS-0 Sound Sneakers sported by Nasty C
Puma RS-0 Sound sneakers will be available in SA from the 16th of August.
Puma and Roland have been all up in recreating the design of the legendary TR-808 drum machine into that of the RS (Running System) sneaker-line from the 80’s.
It’s a funky story of old school meets new school, shoe meets drum machine all to kick up style.
We recently reported on the addition of the RS-100’s, which will hit the shelves with the RS-0’s on international 808-day (8 August).
The RS-0’s will go for R2 999 with the 100’s going for R2 599 at PUMA SELECT and Shelflife stores.
It seems that Puma are on a serious sneaker roll as they are also unveiling a new design following the RS (Running System) line from the 80’s; the RS-0 Sound.
The RS-0 Sound tells stories of remixed culture and musical reinvention. Inspired by ‘80s drum machines, music videos and bright-coloured fashion, the sneaker comes in diverse colour ways and fun colour block design.
The silhouette also throws you back to the era where running shoes ruled the streets and dance floors. With added loops, sleek lacing system, subtle perforations on the vamp, a tonal embossed Formstrip and bright coloured padded inserts.
The sneakers are definitely retro looking but with a futuristic vibe. The R-System logo puts the finishing touch on the tongue and outsole.
They will be available for R1 899 at PUMA stores, Sportscene, Side Step, Spree and independent retailers.
Even our own Nasty C can be seen sporting these kicks!
The Puma RS-0 Sound joins the RS-0 and the RS-100 in reinventing this legendary line.