Wednesday, April 30, 2014

#NEWS: PUMA Drops the Re-Cut Denim Recycle Sneaker in aid of Charity

So perhaps we shouldn’t feature this post considering its not related to a charity organization in South Africa or Africa, for that matter. However, it is for a good cause and PUMA’s Re-Cut Project should defz get a mention for dropping a recycled denim pair of PUMA Lifestyle sneaks to assist and give back to the community near Ho Chi Minh City in Veitnam where both PUMA offices are located and the orphanage Be Tho Orphanage.

The Be Tho Orphanage cares for approximately 136 displaced children between the ages of 0 to 16 years old. All profits from the 2014 footwear collection will be donated to the orphanage. The Re-Cut Project shoes are a lightweight and low cut casual lifestyle shoe, with a denim upper. The new line is available to purchase now, online at and in select locations worldwide.

Hopefully a similar project shoe will be launch locally as well.

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