PUMA Launch The ‘Fear Pack”

Just in time for all the trick and treat shenanigans, PUMA launch the Halloween-inspired ‘Fear Pack’, which features neon green and eerie purple colour updates to the Future 6.1 and Ultra 1.1.

PUMA have not been shy in releasing colour updates for its two lead silos, with the new ‘Fear Pack’ coming just over a week after the ‘Turbo Pack’. This latest release embraces the time of year, combining the creepy eyes of the Future with the monstrous side of the Ultra for a spooktacular jamboree of scary goodness.

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For the Ultra 1.1 the purple colouring takes the base of the upper, with the neon green glowing through the MATRYXEVO upper for a spectral effect. The green is executed in a shatter effect across the purple lightweight PEBA SpeedUnit outsole. It’s a striking look but still plays the understated role when sat next the Future…

Loud and brash, the Fear Pack Future 6.1 sees an eye graphic worked into the upper, leveraging the net fit design to its maximum potential from an aesthetic sense. Those eye glow in neon green again, as does the PUMA branding that flashes across the heel and in the forefoot. A wild design with the lights on, but turn on the UV and the party really gets started. Monster mash anyone?

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