The Puma Te-Ku has his roots deep in the German language, not just because the company is from South-Germany, no, Te-Ku stands for both the German words: Teppich and Kunstböden. The name goes back to the days when tennis-courts had a different kind of surfaces and Puma produced shoes specifically for these courts. Up until today, these shoes are produced in Germany and mix sport-style with street fashion.
- Full-leather upper
- Rubber midsole
- Rubber outsole
- Embossed/debossed PUMA Formstrip on lateral side
- Gold-tone PUMA Wordmark Logo on vamp
- Classic PUMA Logo on tongue
- Made in Europe