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Top North American esports organization Cloud9 has teamed up with long-time partner PUMA to release its latest footwear collection. The PUMA x Cloud9 collection also includes C9 team colors alongside PUMA designs on its recently released Active Gaming Footwear. These new products debuted November 12 on several sites such as Amazon, Footlocker, and Pacsun.
It’s time to lace up 😈
The Cloud9 x @PUMA Shoe Collection is here and ready to show NA the dopest esports shoes in the region!
— Cloud9 (@Cloud9) November 12, 2020
Cloud9 and PUMA partnership
Since 2019, C9 had worked with PUMA to release apparel for different seasons and occasions. PUMA’s sponsorship with the successful esports organization provided fashionable lifestyle apparel to casual gamers and professionals. The overall design of PUMA’s C9 performance gear has shaped the way C9 identifies itself in the esports scene. As a whole, the bright blue colors and comfortable apparel adds a flair to the organization. This is especially true now with the introduction of some new pieces.
PUMA’s newest collection with C9 launches the start of some new Active Gaming Footwear, including the Future Rider, RS-X, and the AGF. The Future Rider is best used as casual footwear and has a street-style design. Next, the RS-X includes a bold silhouette with Running System Technology. Finally, The AGF features a sleek design boasting comfort, support, and grip with a sock-like fit. All PUMA x Cloud9 footwear is meant to be worn either in the comfort of a gamer’s home or outside during sports. Regardless, if you’re a C9 fan, this would be an interesting addition to your collection of matching jerseys and PC accessories.
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— EnvyTaylor (@EnvyTaylor) November 12, 2020
Some other pieces to the newly-released collection are blue-themed hats, shirts, and waist bags. Additionally, the full PUMA x Cloud9 collection retails for $12 to $120 and will be available in the physical PUMA NYC Store, as well as on the official C9 website. Although this seems like the last drop from this partnership for 2020, there’s bound to be another incoming collection for 2021.
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