Sneaker technology boombed in the 1990s, with features and gadgets galore designed to improve your hang-time, give you cushioning and enhance your ability to work-out.
Just ahead of this boom in ’89 Puma introduced the Trinomic system; a honeycomb style web of support aimed to keep the shoe light while providing lift, and motion control.
These new rugged kicks are a part of that family; winter ready with materials based on outdoor gear designed for walking and climbing give the shoes their ‘Trail’ name; details include the reflective webbing of a hiking rucksack and colours inspired by vintage tents with colour names like ‘Winetasting’. Similar to the Nike ACG range, and viable for running on a tough terrain; mids will retail at £70 and lo’s available for £60; coming soon at asos.com and other independent sneaker retailers.
-Ben Loom @stronglook