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Puma borrow from late 1970s

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A Puma classic, born in the late Seventies has received a stonking modern day revamp.

The Bonanza (to be honest, we've heard better names) has been a popular style among the leaping big cat fanatics and was originally designed for the athletic model, but is a perfect compliment for the individuals who opt for a more lifestyle design trainer.

The Ranger LX Hi (the taller shoe) and Digger LX Lo (the short arse) both rock. The Ranger boasts a higher collared brown or black leather style with red pop-colour stitching while The Digger is a mid cut trainer with the option of a brown and denim coloured suede upper and army green edging. Both versions feature the Bonanza stamp on a distressed tongue and are accented with thick cord laces and antique metal hardware.

Buy a pair for your lady for Valentine's. Then watch on with glee as she says you may as well have them.

Available February 2011, www.size.co.uk

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