The Suede appeared on the scene in 1968 and has changed the rules of the game ever since. Although many sneakers have come and gone since then, leaving footprints of varying sizes, it's hard to argue that a shoe has such a deep-seated impact on society and culture as Suede. From Tommie Smith's protest on the victory stand during the 1968 Olympic Games to the b-boy teams in New York who adopted the shoe in the 1980s. It has been worn by icons of every generation and has remained classic all along. The PUMA Suede is an icon for everyone. With the Suede VTG, PUMA keeps the model as close as possible to its original predecessors, including a shorter upper, no SUEDE logo on the quarter and raw edge tongue construction. Never worn. Kept for decades. The NeverWorn Pack takes retro styles and brings them back for today's consumers and collectors. The pieces feature a mix of fresh fabrics and aged materials, as well as glue stains and abrasions on the footwear. The items refer to UK sizes.