PUMA Moroccan Oasis
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PUMA Moroccan Oasis

Catching a flight to Morocco!
Who’s keen?
Adding a majestic blue to the forever classic PUMA silhouette, Blaze of Glory (R2 299) and Clyde (R2 499) sneakers.

We’re taking this over the sea to Morocco, getting inspired by the grandiose gardens which was created in the 1920’s era by a larney French painter called Jacques Majorelle. This work of art is known for its marble fountains, raised pathways and luxurious vegetation, the garden is composed and coloured like a painting. Many of the features were painted in a rich and vibrant blue with yellow and green hints, creating a perfect harmony with the soil, climate and plants. After years of neglect, the garden was taken over and restored in the 1980’s. It is now one of the most visited sites in Morocco and hosts an archeologic museum, as well as the Islamic Art Museum of Marrakech.
We’re taking all that and making a work of art of our own. Adding opulent features with a plush, nubuck upper in vibrant blue with perforated details that adds texture and provides breathability. The upper is complimented by an all-white midsole. Look a little closer at both styles and you can see that the outsoles as well as the footbeds are detailed with a tiling pattern that symbolizes the traditional Moroccan tiles that adorn the garden.
The PUMA MJRL pack will be available from 12 May at PUMA SELECT Bree Street, Cape Town and Braamfontein, Johannesburg. 
We’re taking this over the sea to Morocco
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