• PUMA at ComplexCon 2018: Event Recap

  • November 15th, 2018
  • News

The winter edition of COMPLEXCON took place in Long Beach, Los Angeles at the weekend, hosted by Japanese artist Takashi Murakami and Pharrell Williams. Boasting over 230 stalls including shops, food vendors, and art stands, the conference also included live performances and talks throughout its duration, with guest appearances from Future, Rae Sremmurd, Action Bronson, Nas, Ronnie Fieg, Virgil Abloh, Don C, Jerry Lorenzo, Lewis Hamilton and many more.

We headed to the Puma Galleria booth, where the PUMA RS-X activation was taking place. Buzzing with activity, the area featured performances from rappers G-eazy, Smokepurpp, Rapsody and Trippieredd. Additionally, attendees were able to pick up collaborative ComplexCon exclusive editions of the PUMA RS-X REINVENTION, including the original model and customs by Shoesurgeon, JBF Customs, Mache and Alexander John. Merchandise by PUMA and China Town Market was also up for grabs, using their collaborative muscle to supply iconic rap tees for fans who came through the booth whilst the artists were present. The brand also showcased an upcoming footwear collab with Hot Wheels, featuring the RS-X silhouette in three new colourways, set to launch soon.

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