Puma’s CELL Alien is back for the first time since 1998, and its been putting in work in the past few weeks. Coming off a project with NASA, and another high-profile collaboration with Rhude just around the corner, Puma dropped the vintage runner in a flashy new “Kaleidoscope” colorway, available now.

The PUMA Alien first made its debut back in 1998 as a star running shoe from the brand’s CELL technology line. 20 years after its initial release, PUMA revived the fan-favorite runner alongside the resurrection of their visible CELL cushioning, resulting in a chunky lifestyle shoe with a variety of bold new colorways. This week, the German sportswear brand adds several new looks to the mix, painting the Alien OG in a mix of vibrant tones for a total of three new colorways.

The highlight of Puma’s latest Alien release is easily the new “Kaleidoscope” look. The wild new look combines a translucent upper with a variety of colorful suede overlays, some of which are tucked underneath the clear ripstop layer. The midsole has also been segmented into several different sections, each painted in a bright tone to match various parts of the upper.


Puma’s latest colorway of the 1998’s CELL Alien gets wild this week with the colorful new “Kaleidoscope” color scheme, which released earlier this week on August 1st, 2019. The wild new look launched earlier this week directly from Puma for $120, with a wider release expected later in the week. Check out the official images below for a better look, and stay tuned to JustFreshKicks for more Puma release news.

Puma CELL Alien “Kaleidoscope”
Release Date: August 1st, 2019
Price: $120
Color: Nrgy Red/Yellow Alert/Galaxy Blue
Style Code: 371872-01

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