Puma Basketball is celebrating Halloween with a new addition to the Puma Clyde Court series dubbed the X-Ray.
The pair acts as a follow-up to the brightly-colored Clyde Court Disrupt—the brand's first performance basketball sneaker in two decades—that debuted at retailers in late September. Playing off of the X-Ray title given to the shoe, its black knit upper is covered in a white skeletal foot. To further the Halloween theme, the release is given a splash of color with bright orange laces. A tonal Puma stripe, white branding on the heel, and blacked out midsole with NRGY and Ignite cushioning complete the design.
To help unveil the project, Puma appropriately tapped Boston Celtics point guard Terry Rozier (aka Scary Terry). Other Puma Basketball ambassadors can also be expected to lace up the pair on court in the coming days.
"The reaction to the Clyde Court Disrupt launch has been extremely encouraging, and we wanted to follow up our launch with a unique story that reflects the spirit of the fall season," said Vice President of Brand and Marketing for PUMA North America Alison Giorgio. "We’ve had a lot of fun with the release of the Clyde Court X-Ray, and we can’t wait until our PUMA ambassadors show off their new-look sneakers on the hardwood."
Anyone looking to purchase the Puma Clyde Court X-Ray will get the chance on Tuesday, Oct. 30 when it releases at Puma stores, puma.com, Foot Locker, footlocker.com, and other select retailers for $120.
Puma Clyde Court X-Ray
Release Date: 10/30/18
Style #: 191895-01