Something of a bargain if they have your size of these 1960s Puma Crack Heritage OG trainers in your size. Especially with the added discount.
The Crack is something of a Puma icon. It debuted back in 1968 and was famously worn by track athlete and gold medalist Tommie Smith. Yes, the man who famously raised his fist on the podium, one of the most iconic moments in sport.
The Puma Crack has been reissued in various forms and finishes, but the classic black with white detailing here is hard to beat. It’s a simple design with a nubuck upper and high tongue, but otherwise low profile, along with an EVA outsole and rubber outsole. A timeless design.
A great all-rounder with a past, the shoes did sell for £84.99 but were reduced in the 5 Pointz sale to £54.99. However, you can also add in an extra 15 per cent off if you use the code EXTRA15 – which takes things down to nearer £47.
Also, check out the ones in cord, which are reduced to £58.99, but also work with the same discount code.