01 Fri
PUMA x Ader Error
Written in Baas News

PUMA can’t get enough of collaborations, this time around Ader Error gets their go at three models. The three models chosen for this pack are the ever popular RS-X, the California and the Cell Venom. Each sneaker has been reworked to look different than ever before.

The PUMA Cell tech was first introduced in the year 1998. Now 21 years later it’s Seoul based Ader Error’s turn to make this sneaker to a real work of art. A mostly white midsole and mesh upper take care of the main parts. The addition of blue, green, black, orange and different shades of brown make the sneaker unique. Little details added by Ader may consist of the word Ader written next to the tongue as wel as the front foot where the Ader error x PUMA logo is printed inside the oval panel.

The PUMA California was first introduced in 1983 at the grand slam Argentina tournament by Guillermo Vistas. Soon the sport shoe became a street sneaker and now in 2019 It’s becoming a subject of art by the hands of the folks over at Ader Error. The sneaker supports a creamy white suede/mesh upper with blue branding. Little details like the crooked finish of the puma stripe, a zipper-like tab on the laces, an extra PUMA logo tab and the black A on the midfoot have been added by Ader.

Finally the RS-X has been given a pretty steady white and grey upper with 3M details. Blue, red and yellow panels give the upper of the sneaker some color. PUMA and Ader Error branding has been put randomly on the sneaker.

The similarity the sneakers share is the slightly deconstructed tongue. A suede patch has been added with underneath on the mesh tongue the word tongue.

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