Puma are giving consumers a throwback with the reissue of their iconic 'Te-Ku' silhouette, which will be stocked at Workshop. The style was originally created in the 1970's and 1980's for sports on indoor courts, and the name stands for “Teppich and Kunstböden” - meaning 'For Carpet and Artificial Court'. The meticulous design and manufacture is what makes these designs such a popular style among sneaker collectors, as well as the fact that Te-Ku is being re-released in the original colour. The style will be exclusively available at Workshop stores.