PUMA amplifies their 1980’s archives and ushers an extreme reinvention of their RS-X running silhouette. In the 1980’s the RS stood for “running system” that showed off PUMA’s fresh cushioning technology.
Today the X marks the reawakening of the RS-X and takes the archived model to the extreme. The bulky design and bright colorways turn up the heat that reinvents the once popular model to give todays sneakerheads something new to covet. The upper mixes fabrics including suedes and leathers to meshes and textiles for a look that spans time. Color palettes take inspiration timeless iconic toys, television, technology, and visual artists like Karl Lagerfeld. YCMC.com gives you an RS-X for everyone from the Toddler RS-X Hard Drive, to the Big Kids RS-X Toys, Women’s RS-X Trophy, to the Men’s RS-X Retro.
The RS-X Hard Drive takes cues from early technology when a hard drive was a must. With a spotlight on the tech of yesterday and a concentration on intense bold color blocking the RS-X Hard Drive is the perfect pickup for any outfit. This silhouette and coloring is offered in full family sizing; your mini me deserves to be just as fresh as you. Mixed metallic colors on PUMA White and PUMA black bases come alive on the RS-X Trophy and honors the present day celebrity from internet faces, to recognition, to classic fame. PUMA’s Futro designs also lend hand to redesign and rebuilding as seen in the RS-X Reinvention. The RS-X has teamed up with popular icons from the 1980’s like Barbie, Motorola, Hot Wheels, Transformers, and MTV. Nostalgia is already built into the RS-X model and the man collaborations reminds the adult sneakerhead of fond memories from childhood. New sneakerheads long for the bulky silhouettes and bright retro colors that top the trends of today. Keep an eye out for the latest drops from PUMA’s RS-X collection like the new women’s RS-X Unexpected Mixes. This iteration brings a mix of materials and feels with brushed and nubuck suedes, metallic hits, zebra striping, embroidery, and leather. PUMA brings the bright pops of color to their apparel and ties women’s tees and leggings back to the RS-X in perfect streetwear fashion. The RS-X might have been built in the past and grounded in a rich media history but the true archives from the 80’s and 90’s are back in a way sneakerheads and fans of athleisure wear have never seen it before.