Puma Performance running footwear/apparel projects Olympic competition racers, outdoor trekking and trail and sport styles. Hight lights include boot concepts designed for Regency films and debuted in the...
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Puma Track Suit - OLYMPIC TRACK RELAY SUIT The Puma relay track suit concept was inspired from the 'toga'. 2003
PUMA "Jamaican Olympic Track Suit" - OLYMPIC TRACK RELAY SUIT The Puma relay track suit concept was inspired from the 'toga'. This lightweight one-piece nylon secondskin concept was worn by Veronica Campbell and the Jamaican woman's relay team as they won the gold at the 2004 Olympics, in Athens.
PUMA Track Spike This heelless track spike concept was inspired by ancient roman sandal design and was designed for the Jamaican relay team, Athens, Greece, 2004.
XMEN boot concept collaboration with New Regency for Cyclops, Storm and Wolverine,'XMEN 1', 2000.
PUMA "Kien Liu Pro Skate" - Performance skate model designed for Kien Liu, Lateral Collection. 2000
PUMA "Hola Hola" - The first of several models in the series of the "Lateral Adventure" collection. TPU components and stretch lacing integrated with breathable, durable and quickdry meshes compliment an aggressive rubber trail outsole design. 1999
PUMA "Mudslinger" - Hybrid upper concept for an open 'trail' trainer, swamp, river and mountain adventures with breathable mesh upper and toggel closure for easy entry. 2000
PUMA "Cell Flow Slipon" - Footwear upper reinventionto the first 'Cell Flow' running shoe using color, material and theme updates. Flower power, camo, and african animal prints helped to tell this story better at New York and California fashion shows with the introductions of the Cell Flow Clog and Slipon. 1999
PUMA 'The Cage' - THE CAGE- Inspired from the street basketball court in NYC called 'The Cage', a blend of high-performance and urban styling, result in this innovative basketball apparel/footwear collection designed for Puma. Strategic placement of Puma leaping cat logos in areas such as armpit and pant inseams, cause the logo to jump out when players' arms and legs are stretched. This concept was a joint collaboration with apparel designer, Ciano Farmer, that resulted in Dorn's debut on '60 Mintues'. 2000
PUMA 'Terminal Jumper Series' travel concepts for multi functional travel bags and footwear.