Puma and BALR. Unveil a Limited Edition Puma Future 6.1

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Puma and the Dutch fashion brand BALR. have once again collaborated together to launch their second collection at the head of which we find a Puma Future 6.1. It also includes a Puma Future Rider, pants, shorts, hoodie and bag.

BALR. is a fashion brand renowned for its high-end items inspired by the lifestyle of professional football players. Thus, this second Puma x BALR collaboration. combines the best of both brands, blending performance and fashion in an elegant, street-ready capsule collection that bridges football, culture and lifestyle.

Puma Future 6.1 BALR.

Heading the bill for this collaboration is a limited edition of the Puma Future. It features a black and silver design showing the logo of the two brands, Puma on the forefoot, BALR. at the heel. All mounted on a chrome sole bringing the touch of class expected from a high-end brand. The Puma Future 6.1 BALR. should land on the ground tonight in the feet of James Maddison then this weekend in those of Allan Saint-Maximin, Reinier Jesus and Mo Dahoud. Stylish players on and off the pitch that perfectly match the DNA of both brands.

Collection capsule Puma x BALR.

As in the first collaboration between the two brands, this Puma Future is accompanied by numerous streetwear items constructed in premium materials and designs, around a subtle hexagonal pattern, based on the iconic BALR brand, also referencing the balloon motif of the football nets.

It includes a Puma Future Rider, a hoodie, jogging and a jersey.

“This year, we added more actives to the collection, creating a unique lifestyle capsule. PUMA and BALR. follow the same path as we continue to push the boundaries of football beyond the pitch. “

David Bremond, Head of Teamsport Product Line Management

The new PUMA X BALR collection. is available on PUMA.com, at PUMA stores and at select retailers around the world.


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