PUMA’s re-entry into the basketball class will embody a revamped model of the basic 1990s Palace Guard silhouette, in addition to the Uproar Palace Guard.

The Palace Guard OG, named in honor of The Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit, is available in a white, pink and blue colorway as a nod to Pistons’ Hall of Fame level guard Isiah Thomas. 

PUMA Basketball Unveils All-New "Palace Guard" Sneakers: First Look

(PUMA Palace Guard OG: Image Via PUMA)

“PUMA is a world sports activities model that has been round for greater than 70 years, and it’s essential for us to honor our historical past whereas bringing new concepts that may assist to outline our future – and the brand new Uproar Palace Guard does simply that,” says Adam Petrick, PUMA Global Director of Brand and Marketing. “The unique Palace Guard was worn by NBA legends within the late 80’s, and we look ahead to having each the unique and the brand new model being part of basketball and streetwear tradition within the coming years.”

According to PUMA, the Palace Guard OG is fitted with Trinomic expertise on the heel and a padded collar for enhanced consolation, whereas the microperforated toe and quarter panel present further cushioning. 

PUMA Basketball Unveils All-New "Palace Guard" Sneakers: First Look

(PUMA Palace Guard OG: Image Via PUMA)

The Uproar Palace Guard, not too long ago worn by Raptors capturing guard Danny Green, is fitted with custom-cushion expertise for enhanced consolation and most grip, so as we speak’s gamers can ball with the toughness that outlined Detroit basketball throughout the Palace Guard OG period. 

Both types will likely be accessible this Friday, March eight. The OG is priced at $90, whereas the Uproar retails for $130.

PUMA Basketball Unveils All-New "Palace Guard" Sneakers: First Look

(PUMA Uproar Palace Guard: Image Via PUMA)

PUMA Basketball Unveils All-New "Palace Guard" Sneakers: First Look

(PUMA Uproar Palace Guard: Image Via PUMA)

PUMA Basketball Unveils All-New "Palace Guard" Sneakers: First Look

 

(PUMA Uproar Palace Guard: Image Via PUMA)