PUMA is teaming up with Nipsey Hussle’s The Marathon Clothing on a limited-edition track suit, created in honor of the late rapper. The “Forever Track Suit” drops tomorrow, September 12th at midnight ET on PUMA.com.
PUMA says it worked with the rapper’s estate to design the track suit, which features a simple all-white design with black piping and custom PUMA x TMC branding on the chest and pull tab. The accompanying campaign features some of Nipsey’s closest friends and family, including Nipsey’s sister, Samantha Smith and ALL$IN Recording artists Cobby Supreme, BH and Cuzzy Capone. In one image, the four are pictured posing with their fists in the air, reminiscent of the iconic image of Black U.S. athletes protesting at the 1968 Olympics.
The track suit is the latest collaboration between PUMA and Nipsey; the rapper signed a deal with the footwear brand in 2018, though the first collection wasn’t released until months after his sudden death in March 2019. In a press release, PUMA calls Nipsey a “visionary who cared deeply about the PUMA x TMC project and believed in the power of optimism, inspiration and action.”
The Forever Track Suit hits stores and PUMA.com tomorrow. The track jacket retails for $100, while the pants retail for $90. The new drop will also include a restock of the previously sold-out PUMA x TMC sneakers, and a “Hussle” T-shirt in black or red. See the full collection at PUMA.com.
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