When Puma joined the dad shoe movement April 28 in the form of the Thunder Spectra, a chunky sneaker, the style sold out almost instantly.
Popular with both sneakerheads and those in the high-fashion crowd, the shoes fell short of demand, and many hopeful buyers were left empty-handed if they didn’t act quickly.
If you happen to be among those who missed out on the on-trend sneaker in its multicolor look, we have some good news for you. The Thunder Spectra will restock May 25 on Puma.com and at select retailers worldwide for $120.
The kick is Puma’s grand foray into the chunky sneaker trend, featuring an all-new design inspired by archival ’90s running shoes and the brand’s recent Alexander McQueen collaborations, which have a similar futuristic look. This initial version of the shoe features a premium construction in leather, suede and mesh. The blown-out proportions of the design are complemented by a black base with bright red, yellow, teal and white accents throughout.
If you’re after a pair, we suggest that you don’t hesitate on the release date because this second round may not last long, either.
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