The 90's clearly was the "golden era" of sneakers. Another winner from the time period is now being re-introduced in the market from Puma! Cell Endura resembles much of what you'd recognise from the 90's. Chunky mid-soles, pops of vibrant colours and of-it's-time techie fastenings and details. Born in 1998, they're quite hard to come by, so we're super excited to see this sneak once again and explore it's fit, function and style!

Originally introduced as a sport performance sneaker, it's quite hard to believe when you compare to the top performance sneakers of today, however, it's a treat to see how advanced materials were becoming during the late 90's and 00's. With similarities to an Air Max 95, Cell Endura features a mixture of white soft leather uppers and synthetic textiles. Accents of neon green spread throughout the sneaker and are included in the air sole units and lace hooks.

Stay tuned for more information on this release, we expect these beauties in-store and online in October! In the meantime, check out the latest from Puma, including the Ader Error x Puma collaboration.