Puma Eskiva Sneaker

PUMA introduces the stylish Eskiva collection

For Fall/Winter 2015, PUMA introduces the stylish Eskiva collection, the second footwear collaboration with Rihana, one of the best selling artists of all time. Released on October 26th at selected stores, the Eskiva is inspired by Puma Gong collection released in the 1970. The stylish footwear embraces the super-high cut and sock-like fit of the 70s boxing silhouette for a unique addition to the women sneaker market.

 

Puma Eskiva White and Black

 

Boxing shoes never looked better with the refreshed Eskiva, which retains its original hi-top full lace up silhouette while updating the sneaker with modern materials for a stylish and sleek finish. Smooth and soft leather toe box covers the front part of the shoe while the cut-and-sew formstrip swoops across the medial. The design of the footwear include an easy lacing system which gives the shoe its sock-like fit. The iconic puma symbol is branded on the perforated tongue and on the bottom of the pebbled outsole.

The Eskiva works the flair of a knockout into everyday street wear. Ladies can pair the shoes with skinny jeans for that effortless chic casual look which is ideal for various occasions like an evening date or a gathering with the girl friends.

The latest women sneaker collection by the the German footwear and apparel brand comes in two models, the mid cut and high cut. They are available in several colour iterations, from classy black and white to flashy metallic renditions which instantly adds pizzazz to any outfit.

 

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The Eskiva is available in Singapore from November 1st, 2015 at popular footwear stores Limited Ed and Leftfoot. Retailing for SGD 159 for the mid cut model and SGD 179 for the high cut model, you can get a pair of the latest sneaker collection for this season and impress everyone with the stylish footwear.  Additional colors from the women sneaker collection will be released in Spring 2016.

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