In the 1990s, the advanced TRINOMIC way of cushioning sneakers was invented and debuted.
As an innovative shoe technology that uses a hexagonal system in the sole, compressing and rebounding the load it carries, TRINOMIC brought a whole new level of cool to the sneaker world.
Applied across a wide range and variety of shoes, the fundamental concern of this technology was to make shoes more cushioned, more stable, and more flexible.
PUMA had such success with this 90s baby that they brought the TRINOMIC back in 2006, expanding the options with ‘Blaze of Glory’ shoes.
These hot numbers were inspired by the groundbreaking PUMA DISC Blaze style that was first introduced in the 1990s, but this time, they were made with laces.
Besides the signature cage lacing system, as well as a comfortable sock construction, they also had the most padded and plush versions of the TRINOMIC cushioning ever produced.
Today, these stellar sneakers are back, with the same style restored in its original glory.
This fresh pack of sneakers is called the PUMA Blaze of Glory Reverse Classics collection:
The new collection features colour combinations inspired by previous releases, plus a mix of mesh and leather on the upper, reported Fortress Of Solitude:
Its construction remains based on comfort, with a sock constitution and TPU windows. The iconic TRINOMIC logo on the midsole and enhanced tech on the outsole round off the improvements over previous designs.
The PUMA Blaze of Glory Reverse Classics returns in two new colourways.
There’s the PUMA Black-Steel Gray-Fiery Coral:
And the PUMA White-Puma Black-Snorkel Blue:
The sneakers are currently available online at PUMA.com as well as in selected retailers, including the PUMA store at the V&A Waterfront.
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