Puma has once again joined forces with the WWE and Foot Locker for a special release.
This afternoon, New York radio personality and WWE host Peter Rosenberg took to Twitter to announce a brand new collaboration between the three brands. The collection commemorates the WWE's Money in the Bank Pay Per View that is taking place this coming Sunday.
The collaboration includes a Puma Clyde done up in gold patent leather. The upper sits on a white midsole and features details like a money print foot bed, green dollar sign on the tongue, and Million Dollar Championship Belt dubraes as further callbacks to the theme. They will also come in a Money in the Bank briefcase instead of the traditional box, which is sure to be a welcomed addition for any wrestling fan.
This is the second time we have seen Puma link up with Foot Locker and WWE this year. This past April, they teamed up to release a limited collection of Puma Clydes and apparel inspired by various WWE legends for WrestleMania.
This pair will be releasing this Saturday at nine select Foot Locker locations around the country. They are limited to 100 pairs, and will retail for $500. Along with the shoes, they will also be releasing a collection of T-shirts with money inspired graphics by Alexander John featuring wrestling legends like Ted DiBiase, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, and The Iron Sheik that will also be limited to 100 pieces each.
Make sure to head over to Foot Locker Unlocked for more info on this weekend's release.