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Puma 2004 Olympics Commemorative Collection "ring" Boxing Brown Suede Boots
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Size: 7.5 Regular (M, B)
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2004 Olympics Commemorative Collection "ring" Boxing Brown Suede Boots
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- Scuff on soles
- Worn insoles
- Exterior scuffs or marks
- Missing accessories (shoebox, dustbag)
Good to Very Good Used Vintage Condition
Original PUMA shoe box not available. Will be shipped in a replacement shoe box for protection.
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Stock photo of "RING" in Red Suede for reference only.
Vintage PUMA 2004 Commemorative Collection
PUMA saluted the 2004 Olympics Athens Games with the re-release of the "Ring" classic boxing boot, which was first introduced in 1967. The Ring has timeless elements, such as sleek lines and a plush suede fabric, that make this lifestyle shoe an invaluable asset to the heritage line.
For the Limited Edition launch, all shoe styles released were red suede, followed by a blue colorway on February 14, 2004 and finally the brown colorway on April 17, 2004.
Genuine suede upper
Genuine leather lining
Crepe rubber outsole
9" shaft height (approximate)
Rare and collectible Limited Edition #0927 stamped on tongue
Labeled Men's Size
38 FR (EURO)
38 EU = 7.5 US Women
Regular (M, B)
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