Puma’s Rudolf Dassler Schuhfabrik collection
Comfortable and sporty at the same time, sneakers and other shoes from Puma are always a pleasure to wear and look at. Puma’s Rudolf Dassler Schuhfabrik sports shoe collection is one that has been inspired by a potpourri of various cultural elements like Avante-Garde and Modernism, Dudaism and Jazz. The collection was the brainchild of Rudolf Dassler, the founder of Puma. Take a look at some shoes from this collection:
- Rudolf Dassler Schuhfabrik retro-styled collection is primarily made up of black and white shoes with neutral shades of olive and charcoal thrown in for variety. Women’s and men’s trainers from the collection are made up of high-end materials and draws inspiration from old school designs. The shoes look stylish and have a vintage appeal about them.
- Puma Standpunkt sneakers like Blackstation in washed leather add old-fashioned charm to the sneakers that have a perforated leather lining. Classic men’s lace-up shoes like the Standpunkt Classic sneaker again have a very retro appeal with leather uppers and suede panels. Front lace-up design with metal eyelets and logo detail on the tongue, side, footbed and sole make these shoes stand out.
- Dassler by Puma Black Label women’s Standpunkt metallic sneakers in leather and canvas fabric uppers have a casual, low-rise, sporty style. Embossed detailing of the logo on the lace-up front in metal eyelets, a comfortable padded tongue and collar are attractive. Textile and perforated lining with cushioned insole and low profile midsole with multi-tread rubber outsole make these shoes highly comfortable.
The Puma logo of a puma jumping through a slim letter “D” stands for Dassler and this has become synonymous with quality sportswear. The brand and logo are currently reinventing themselves with the Rudolf Dassler Schuhfabrik collection.