It's not quite the track shoe of days gone by, but the Puma Fast Rider still packs the look in its latest reissue.
First seen in the 1980s as a running shoe with a spike sole, it now has a multi pimpled outsole for extra shock absorption, which means it's still a useful bit of footwear for running and training.
Of course, it now has that retro appeal too, with a suede and nylon mix upper, a sweeping leather Puma formstripe and Fast Rider branding on the side. The colourway above is described as navy/dandelion and if that's a bity bold, see over the page for the navy/silver mix. Both variations are priced at £49.99.
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Dang! I really like the look of these retro PUMA shoes. I heard a rumor that they were going to come out with a retro looking running shoe and I had completely forgotten about that until I saw your post. I look forward to checking them out.