Puma Shoes Pay Tribute to Endangered Animals

Puma Shoes Pay Tribute to Endangered Animals
Orli Sharaby
  • 23 july 2008

For the second year running, Puma has collaborated with National Geographic photographer Mitsuaki Iwago to design three pairs of great looking kicks to celebrate three of the world’s endangered animals. The shoes are made with colors, fabrics, and styles that capture the personality of the animals, and photos of the Golden Monkey, Giant Panda, and Crested Ibis – taken by Iwago himself – grace the soles of each pair of shoes.

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