Need a pair of timeless, dependable, and reasonably priced weekend shoes? Look no farther than the Weekend OG from PUMA. Despite the puns, the shoe is a simple pair that you can wear with anything, and it will go well with your wardrobe.
The lesser-known Weekend OG is similar to the classic Clyde silhouette in that it lacks the Formstripe for a minimalist design but has an all-suede upper with a chocolate brown colorway and gold branding at the base. With a textured crepe-styled rubber cup sole just below to give traction, flair, and comfortability, PUMA kept things suitably retro.
The shoe, which debuted in the 1970s, was created by Rudolf Dassler’s son as a strategy to initially enter the French market. At a few select retailers, including Hanon, the PUMA Weekend OG “Chocolate Brown” sells on average for roughly USD 100.
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