Share This Page: PUMA Clyde Dressed Made famous by Walter “Clyde” Frazier, the PUMA Clyde has been a mainstay of the PUMA line since the 70s, and this time they are coming dressed for style. In the 70s, Walt Frazier was one of the biggest names in basketball, and he was a pioneer in player fashion. Given his nickname from the wide-brim hats he wore like Clyde from Bonnie and Clyde, Walt was known for being a sharp dresser. During a PUMA ad, “Clyde” wore a wide-brim hat, tailor suit, and PUMA Clyde sneakers, and after that stores couldn’t keep them on the shelves. These men’s low-profile kicks feature a premium suede upper with a scaly texture detailing most of the sneaker, and a smooth, leather toe. Leather Formstripe overlays add that OG PUMA swagger, and the collar features cushioned padding for all-day comfort. The wraparound rubber sole features a reinforced toe bumper, and is treaded with a cross-thatch pattern for increased traction. The lux Clydes sport a leather sock liner and gold PUMA “Clyde” branding printed on the side of the shoe. This iteration of the Clyde is dropping in three colorways, Black, Red, and White. All three silhouettes come dressed in a monochromatic upper, and sit on a clean, white sole unit. Cop a pair of the PUMA Clyde Dressed on Friday, Sept. 16th, in stores and online. They will be in men’s sizes for $90.