In a remarkable fusion of gaming and fashion, PUMA has announced a new collaboration with SQUARE ENIX, the developer behind the highly popular multiplayer role-playing game, FINAL FANTASY XIV.
This exclusive collection marks the 10th anniversary of the iconic game and is inspired by its theme of duality between light and darkness. The collaboration underscores PUMA‘s dedication to innovation, style, and the cultural significance of FINAL FANTASY XIV across generations.
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A Collection Inspired by the Game’s Rich Universe
The collaborative range brings together sport and lifestyle elements, featuring a variety of sneakers, clothing, and accessories. Each piece in the collection pays homage to the rich universe and legacy of FINAL FANTASY XIV, beloved by fans for its captivating storylines and immersive gameplay.
COURT RIDER CHAOS: Performance Meets Gaming Aesthetics
Basketball enthusiasts have a reason to rejoice, as the COURT RIDER CHAOS, the newest member of PUMA’s “RIDER” family, is part of this exciting collaboration. The shoe showcases cutting-edge design and technology, making it the perfect choice for athletes and gamers alike. Some of its key features include:
Cushioning: A Rider foam midsole throughout the length, specifically engineered for basketball performance.
Grip: A non-slip rubber outsole with high abrasion resistance, ensuring durability and improved traction. Ideal for agile players and swift movements on the court.
Stability: A dynamic lacing system encircling the forefoot, providing enhanced stability and support during gameplay.
PUMA and FINAL FANTASY XIV are confident that fans of the video game will appreciate the comfort, performance, and authentic style of this groundbreaking collaboration.
The PUMA COURT RIDER CHAOS, along with a complete range of lifestyle products, is now available on Puma.com. This collaboration is a testament to the ongoing cultural impact of FINAL FANTASY XIV, as well as PUMA’s commitment to innovation and its connection to the gaming community.
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