PUMA shook the world and re-introduced themselves into the performance basketball world in the Summer of 2018. Fast forward to October, their first performance model that you’ll be able to play in on the hardwood is the Clyde Court Disrupt, which will release this month. Signing superstar athletes such as DeMarcus Cousins, Kawhi Leonard, DeAndre Ayton, Marvin Bagley III, PUMA is ready to dominate the footwear world. Does the German brand really have what it takes?
For the first time in two plus decades, the Clyde Court Disrupt is here, well just about. The shoes have just one colorway, the ‘Volt Yellow/Orange’. Now, Marvin Bagley III has introduced the newest colorway for the classic Clyde inspired kicks. Bagley debuted an upcoming colorway of the kicks on the NBA hardwood just this week. Arriving in a grey monotone look, here’s the next colorway for the Clyde Court Disrupt.
Sporting grey/black all around, with a translucent white rubber outsole to top it off, for those that weren’t feeling the initial ‘Volt’ colorway, here’s another option for your liking. This Sacramento Kings themed colorway seems to be just one of the exclusive PEs that the rising star will be rocking on the hardwood this season. Featuring PUMA’s NRG Bead cushioning, a revolutionized knitted upper, and formstripe branding, these should definitely be a more suitable look for those that wanted a mellower feel to the kicks.
Arriving on October 11th, in the ‘Volt’ colorway who is getting excited for PUMA to officially relaunch their performance basketball drought? Will you be grabbing the upcoming Clyde Court Disrupt? Let us know in the comment section. Release information isn’t available quite yet for this colorway, but we’ll keep you up to date.
Nick Montesano, born and raised out of New Jersey. Been hooping since I can remember. I’ve been interested in kicks since my early teenage years, and now I’m a junior in high school writing daily articles about my passion. My favorite hoop shoe of all time is the adidas Dame 4, and my favorite player is LeBron James.