The “platinum no features” rapper, J. Cole is ready to further advance his signature hoops lineage this month with the debut of his next silhouette — the Puma DREAMER 2, although he fact that J. Cole‘s Puma RS-Dreamer has only been available on the market for six months. The model’s inaugural colorway entitled “January 28” after his song on the 2014 Forest Hills Drive album has just been uncovered by way of detailed photography.
This new offering comes prepared with a higher stature, abstractly shaped overlays, and a healthy blend of materials that make up the base layer are kept intact. “Moe Dee” and Puma engineer the upper half in a louder yellow hue that is built with mesh underlay and a blend of leather, suede, and synthetic materials layered on top. Various textures, including that of the ventilated holes on the eye stays, as well as the puffer-like padded panels and perforated suedes which arrive on the medial wall, are visible on the base.
The whole bottom sole unit is coated with black, save for the bottom sole unit is coated with a black, and features block-like textures that cover the mid-foot and around the rear. Branding is present via RS and Puma hits printed down the tongue tabs and footbeds, accompanied by the cloud shapes that house a “dreamer” spell out affixed to the heels.
To announce the shoes, the two parties playfully reimagined the 2014 Forest Hills Drive album cover art by showing the artist posted up on the roof while rockin’ the kicks.
The DREAMER 2 retails for $135 and will be available at the PUMA NYC Flagship Store, PUMA’s website, through Foot Locker family websites, and select stockists worldwide on January 28 which happens to be J. Cole‘s birthday.
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