We have profiled various Puma silhouettes including their running shoes and variations of the suede classic. The footwear brand is set to re-issue its '80s tennis shoe that will be a grand slam for the summer.

The Puma Court Star -- 'A Touch of Class' is a re-flip of its popular tennis shoe, which have been worn by top players like six-time Grand Slam singles champion Boris Becker.

It's a clean shoe with its all-white tumble leather and the Puma logo molded into the upper. The Formstripe emblem is perforated, which has been adorned on their tennis shoes since the 1950s. On the back tab, the brand's puma insignia is molded into the leather as well. The laces are in white but with gold tips, which adds more class to an already classic shoe.

Despite its sporty look, the sneakers is designed not to play in but to live in.

The reissued Puma Court Star will drop on the Fourth of July at U.K. sneaker retailers Size?, Offspring and End Clothing for $109.

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