Sports company, PUMA, together with Ferrari elevate their footwear partnership with a second generation of the ION F collection.

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April 29, 2022

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Ferrari and PUMA have teamed up again for a new sneaker. Embracing Ferrari design cues – specifically the art front wing of Ferrari’s pioneering SF90 Stradale sportscar – the second generation of ION F sneakers comprises two new style capsules titled ION F Pool and ION F Sunset. 

The footwear features a graphic mesh material and color-matched internal neoprene sock construction. The colors and design are inspired by summer lifestyle with two hues: a white “Pool” mesh graphic and a red mesh graphic called “Sunset.” The shoe features a knitted sock construction and magnetic fit-lock. 

The new ION F displays the Ferrari wordmark and “Cavallino Rampante” emblem, Ferrari’s prancing horse. The instantly recognizable designs feature a reflective TPU panel at the back of the sneaker, wrapped by an unbreakable and sculptural PU foam support in the shape of a wing, for additional traction and ultimate comfort. 

The shoes are available at selected PUMA and Ferrari stores and online on Puma.com and Store.ferrari.com

 

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