Sneaker Spotlight: UBIQ x Puma 700 Level Collection

UBIQ x PUMA 700 Level Collection

UBIQ x PUMA 700 Level Collection

The year was 2009 and the city of Philadelphia had high hopes for their hometown football team. During the 2007-2008 season, the Philadelphia Eagles found huge success with the team earning a Wild Card berth and making it to the Conference Championship. The controversial signing of Michael Vick during the off-season would prove to be successful in the long run. To commemorate their love for their hometown team, premier boutique UBIQ teamed up with Puma for a special collection of shoes.

Named the 700 Level collection, UBIQ paid tribute to both the Eagles team and their former home, Veteran’s Stadium, in the form of Clydes and Puma Mids. Their inspiration stemming from the fanatic fans who filled the upper deck seats during home games. The shoes featured a healthy dose of Green but the details are what put the shoes over the top. Each shoe included special ‘700’ dubrays, multiple lace options, along with special tongue and heel branding featuring the years of Veteran’s stadium, 1971-2003.

UBIQ x Puma 700 Level Clyde Grey/Green/White uploaded by MarkGloster74

UBIQ x Puma 700 Level Clyde Grey/Green/White uploaded by MarkGloster74

The two versions of the Clyde from the collection were created in leather either in Grey or White with Green stripes added. The Puma Mids were created using a mixture of leather and jersey mesh to create their finished look. No better way to show support to your home team and city then with a collection of sneakers. At the moment only the Grey Clyde version are on the wiki so we are looking for assistance of any #sneakerholic to be able to help fill in any of the other 3 sneakers from this memorable collection.

One response to “Sneaker Spotlight: UBIQ x Puma 700 Level Collection

  1. dope!!! im really looking forward to the Puma Shadow Society “Outdoor” pack that is dropping on the 2nd

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