Puma is expanding the golf version of its Suede shoe, first launched in 1968, and now the company is releasing two new iterations of the shoe.
The Puma OGs goes for $100 and are unisex, featuring Atlantis upper leather with a hidden traction outsole for comfort on the course and flexibility to wear off the course. The last features a toe-down look, while the PU insole adds additional comfort. The shoes are available in Black, White and Peacoat for men and women in sizes 4-14.
The Suede G Patch, priced at $110, has a suede leather upper with a tonal formstripe that can hold six interchangeable, woven label patches for flair. A dual-density insole provides two unique layers of cushioning for customized comfort. These shoes are also available in sizes 4-14 and come in Bridal Rose, Black and Quarry colorways.