Puma’s trinomic technology was born in the early running boom days, when the sport began to move from track to street.
This revolution first originated out of PUMA’s Natural Running collection in the late 80’s and resembled a honeycomb cell. This initial concept evolved and progressed into PUMA’s now famous Trinomic technology.
In 1990, PUMA debuted their most advanced Trinomic technology yet. It was easily identified by the use of a hexagonal system in the sole that compressed and rebounded load. Released into a market ravenous for innovation and technology Trinomic quickly found favour amongst runners who revelled in the plush ride. The technology was applied across a variety of shoes including the XT Plus series, one of Trinomic’s most enduring applications.
AW’13 sees the return of the OG PUMA Trinomic XT2 Plus. The suede and mesh makeup adds distinct character to its signature look, a look so timely it’s also concrete evidence of the cyclical nature of the strongest trends.
The Trinomic XT Plus series will be re-issued in PUMA’s iconic green box. The return of the original PUMA shoebox ensures the reissue it totally accurate. The box is as authentic as the trainers inside.
The PUMA Trinomic XT2 Plus will be hitting all good indies on the 25th of September.