The PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo: How PUMA Gave a Classic Shoe a Fruity Makeover

If you are looking for a way to spice up your sneaker collection, you might want to check out the PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo. This is a new release from PUMA, set to demonstrate the heritage and culture of Palermo, a city in Sicily, Italy.

The PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo is a reimagined version of the classic Palermo shoe. Palermo was part of a series of shoes that honored some of the most iconic European cities in the 1980s. The Palermo shoe was designed with football fans in mind, henceforth the colors and crest of the local team, Palermo FC.

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Lively Streets of Palermo: Fruity Inspiration

In contrast with its football DNA, the new PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo takes inspiration from the colorful and lively fruit vendors that are a staple of Palermo’s streets. With this in mind, the shoe comes in two colorways, each featuring a mix of bright hues that resemble the fresh fruits and vegetables that the Fruttivendolo sell. Moreover, the shoe also has a leather upper, a rubber outsole, and a PUMA logo on the tongue and heel.

The PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo is a perfect choice for anyone who wants to add some flavor and fun to their outfit. Whether you are a fan of Palermo FC, Sicilian culture, or just love sneakers, you will not want to miss this limited edition release.

How to get your hands on the Puma Palermo Fruttivendolo

The PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo will be available from August 5, on PUMA.com, PUMA flagship stores, and selected PUMA stockists.

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The PUMA Palermo Fruttivendolo: How PUMA Gave a Classic Shoe a Fruity Makeover

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