Herzogenaurach, Germany – Global Sports Brand PUMA teams up again with west coast ‘Avant street’ influencer, STAMPD LA to launch a collaboration collection for Spring-Summer’16.

Founded in 2011 by Chris Stamp, STAMPD has evolved into an iconic, contemporary and luxury brand, which embraces a modern youth culture whilst still creating timeless, high quality street wear. The new PUMA x STAMPD range is a true merge of both brands with the running technologies of PUMA infused with Chris Stamp’s vision and creativity for ready to wear shoes and apparel. PUMA’s much-loved Blaze of Glory silhouette has been given an all over white and black treatment for an easy to wear, standout piece. Bringing together modern running with an old school running style, the Trinomic Sock shoe, an exclusive to STAMPD, is an interpretation of PUMA’s Trinomic Disc Blaze. The Disc closure on the shoe has been removed and replaced with the additions of Nubuck leather and 3M branding. The shoe has been given another enhanced re-design with the elastic bandage model. Representing STAMPD’s timeless high-quality designs merged with PUMA’s iconic silhouettes, the style has been executed with the seasonal graphic story of dark waves inspired by Californian culture.

STAMPD’s simple and timeless design ethos meets PUMA’s sportswear in the PUMA x STAMPD apparel collection. The STAMPD long sleeve t-shirt has been designed for a more enhanced ready to wear look and yet delivers all the tech elements of running. Light fabric, bonded seams and an advanced perforated placement print gives it STAMPD’s signature look and is available in four colourways. The STAMPD wave texture print tee is geared up for summer. The ‘breaking wave’ graphic is inspired by Chris Stamp’s passion for surfing. To tie the range together, accessories in the collection include the STAMPD backpack, a fashion infused, sport-inspired backpack constructed of a lightweight sporty body material and combined with bonded details and trims. The bag features the PUMA x STAMPD branding on the front.