Puma has been doing some exciting things with their ‘Netfit’ lacing system of late, with a lot of the application being for their sportswear and streetwear lines; and the Tusgi Netfit V2s is the latest entry to benefit from this
Like its predecessor, the Tsugi Netfit v2 incorporates the Netfit lacing system to great success as well, allowing wearers to customise their lacing setup to fit their foot shape for a tighter or looser fit where necessary. The rest of the upper is made of a thin, breathable mesh that’ll keep the shoes cool during long days.
The new colourway shifts away from the textured look of the first iteration of the Tusgis, and goes for a cleaner, more minimalist appearance, relying on the tried-and-tested black and white scheme. A pull-tab has also been added to the tongue to give wearers something to grip onto when sliding into the new sneakers.
The new silhouette hit stores on 1 March, and they’re available for R1,899 at Puma stores, The Cross Trainer, and selected retailers around the country.