Tomorrow will see the release of a very special collaboration between PUMA and Manchester City, something which was designed to celebrate 125 years of club and community support.

Specifically, the MCFC Pack delves into the PUMA Archive collections in order to remise over the styles that were there when PUMA was establishing its roots. More precisely, the sneaker styles have been revamped to remain sympathetic to the originals of the era, most prominently the ‘terrace style’ associated with the 80s. However, that doesn’t mean they haven‘t injected the sneakers with more modern aesthetics.

Interestingly, the MCFC Pack was designed in collaboration with the club’s fans, with four footwear styles being used to honour the Manchester City partnership. These being the Blue Star ‘Kippax’, the Crack ‘AAFC’, the Crack ‘93:20’ and finally, the Bluebird ‘Whitworth’.

Take a look at the Man City x PUMA collection below, if you like what you see then head over to Size?’s online store tomorrow in order to cop your favourites.

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