Butter Goods and PUMA have linked up to create a nostalgia-inspired collection of both footwear and apparel. Highlighting the shoes in choice ’90s color schemes, the Butter Goods Basket VTG and Slipstream release later this week.

The relationship between Australian skate brand Butter Goods and German sportswear brand PUMA sparked earlier this Summer, when the two first announced their extended partnership. Today, we have an early look at their first full collaborative collection, featuring a total of four PUMA footwear options as well as a capsule collection of apparel, all inspired by and filled with ’90s nostalgia. The collection features the PUMA Basket VTG and the Slipstream, an iconic PUMA Hoops silhouette from the ’80s. Each shoe comes in two options, with the Basket VTG taking on eye-catching shades of blue or orange corduroy, while the Slipstream comes in either black or white with bold green accents and gum rubber outsoles. The apparel extends these design choices, featuring ’90s sports marketing-inspired graphics and similar material choices, a la the teal corduroy skate pants. 


The upcoming collaboration between Butter Goods and PUMA, featuring both the Basket VTG and Slipstream sneakers alongside a small apparel collection, has been scheduled to launch later this week, on September 4th, 2021. The range of clothing and sneakers will range in price from $40 to $160, releasing from both PUMA and select retailers. Check out the campaign imagery below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more PUMA release news.