PUMA is refreshing its ’80s RS-100 running shoe for 2018

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Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

Blast from the past.

PUMA is going retro with a revamp of its ’80s RS-100 running shoe.

First released in 1986, the RS-100 and its follow up, the RS Computer Shoe, were crazy advanced for their time. The Computer Shoe included a chip in its heel that recorded time, distance and how many calories you’d burnt.

PUMA’s new RS-0 pays homage to these classics, taking out the computer chip and updating the original silhouette for a contemporary take.

For added nostalgia, the reboot comes in a black, white and green colourway to honour PUMA’s iconic archive green.

The RS-0 will be released globally on April 19, and we can expect to see two more reinvented RS sneakers later in the year.


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