As sports luxe fashion continues to be all the rage this season, the unveiling of the PUMA Eskiva Hi has come at the perfect time. With Rihanna fronting the campaign as creative director, the 1970s inspired lifestyle trainer showcases PUMA’s athletic roots and is set to become a fashionista favourite.

PUMA Eskiva Hi x Rihanna

Since 2014, popstar Rihanna has designed several footwear models for the brand, including the highly sought-after PUMA creeper. Now though, her attention has turned to the PUMA Eskiva Hi, a fab new look inspired by boxing shoe the PUMA Gong – a brand originally released in the 1970s.

We’re loving the Eskiva Hi for that perfect autumn/winter trainer – we’ve road-tested them and can confirm the higher fit is ideal for stomping through the autumn leaves! Fitting like a sock, the super comfortable soft leather is one of the trainer’s best assets and doesn’t compromise the stylish sleek finish – the perfect one-two punch.

Another upside is the lacing system. It gives Janes the option to wear the Eskiva in several different ways; from lacing them all the way up, to only halfway for a more casual look.

Available in several colour alterations, our personal favourite Eskiva Hi is the classy black and white, but the flashy metallic renditions will no doubt add a bit of personality to any outfit.

Complete the look

Whilst we are big fans of lifestyle trainers, sometimes finding the perfect outfit to go with them is a bit of a nightmare! One of the best tips we can give is to keep your look very simple and let the Eskiva Hi be the knockout to your outfit!

Patchwork cable Knit Jumper – £45
Moto Black Joni Jeans£36

Twill A-Line Skirt£39
70’s Baseball T-Shirt£19

The PUMA Eskiva Hi is available online now, through PUMA stores and select lifestyle retailers. Keep your eyes peeled for additional colours releasing in Spring 2016!

For more information and to bag yourself a pair, head to the PUMA website.


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