The shoes are a joint project with Berlin retailer Solebox and, according to Puma, are “inspired by one particular bottle of champagne.”
Although the brand doesn’t outright mention a specific champagne, the soft shades on this special-edition Puma Blaze of Glory style look like they could have been inspired by Moët & Chandon’s Rosé Imperial.
The sneakers feature an upper that mesh a white mesh base and midsole with dark and light gray overlays, a pink heel and liner and a tan shade on the outsole. To tie the champagne-inspired theme together, the shoes even have a genuine cork footbed, which ups both the comfort and the cool factor — literally and figuratively.
The Solebox x Puma collaboration also includes a champagne-themed B.O.G. Limitless iteration.
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