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Puma Just Dropped Rainbow Trainers That Are Brighter Than Skittles

Puma Just Dropped Rainbow Trainers That Are Brighter Than Skittles

From bum bags to bucket hats, tie-dye is everywhere right now, and athleticwear giants Puma have followed suit with these eye-popping Rise Tie-Dye Sneakers.

Decked out in mouth-watering sweetshop shades of sunny lime, bubblegum pink and turquoise, the head-turning kicks remind us of our favourite sweets, Skittles.

UK sneakerheads can visit FreePeople.com, where they can snap up the sweet foot candy for £98.

The trainers have a cloud-inspired design, featuring a lace up front, springy cushioned insole and almond shaped toe (Credit: Puma / Free People)
The trainers have a cloud-inspired design, featuring a lace up front, springy cushioned insole and almond shaped toe (Credit: Puma / Free People)
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There's also the option to pay in four interest-free instalments of £24.50 with ClearPay, if you prefer to stagger the cost.

For those in the US, the standout kicks can be purchased from Puma's site for a price tag of $100.

With the tropical hues, the trainers are perfect for summer, and will make a playful addition to casual or athleisure outfit.

We'll be pairing ours with a typographic tee and well-worn denim cut-offs - or a pair of white cropped jeans when temperatures cool down.

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Puma's kicks are decked out in shades worthy of a bag of Skittles (Credit: WikiCommons)
Puma's kicks are decked out in shades worthy of a bag of Skittles (Credit: WikiCommons)

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Available in sizes 6-10, the trainers have a cloud-inspired design, featuring a lace up front, springy cushioned insole and almond shaped toe.

The upshot? They look oh-so-soft and comfy.

Just right for a long, hot summer of park drinks, picnics and running between socially-distanced gatherings, right?

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Cool and colour-drenched, a pair of these tie-dye beauties will be making their way onto our trainer rack very soon.

We love these mouth-watering sweetshop shades of sunny lime, bubblegum pink and turquoise (Credit: Puma / Free People)
We love these mouth-watering sweetshop shades of sunny lime, bubblegum pink and turquoise (Credit: Puma / Free People)

Free People advise that Standard Delivery to the UK takes 5-8 working days and is free for orders over £75 - meaning these trainers qualify for cost-free delivery.

If you can't wait, Faster Delivery will cost you a £7 flat rate and will mean your trainers arrive in 3-6 working days.

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Puma's Tie-Dye Rise Sneakers are available for £98 from FreePeople.com or $100 from Puma.com. Shipping costs apply.

Featured Image Credit: Puma / Free People

Topics: Fashion, Style

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher is a freelance lifestyle and culture journalist. Elsewhere she writes for Stylist, Euronews, PHOENIX and What We Seee.