words // Zac Dubasik
The laceless PUMA Disc, with its internal wire fit system, and Trinomic cushioning, has been making waves in the sneaker industry since it first launched in 1992. The concept even translated to the track and field world, where athletes wore a track spike version of the shoe.
Now, over 20 years after its original introduction, the Disc is back in a "Tech'd Out" edition. The pack has features like a glossy cage, lighter and more breathable upper, and a Faas bottom.
The PUMA Future Disc Blaze Lite Tech’d Out Pack hits retailers, including Foot Locker, this weekend, and is available in 4 colorways.