How Much Do The New Rihanna Puma Creepers Cost? The Price Won't Shock You
May 26 is a maj day in the fashion world... more specifically, the shoe world! That's the day that the new generation of Rihanna Puma Creepers go on sale. There's an all-white pair, an all-black pair, and an emerald and maroon pair on the way and they are even cuter than previous versions. I am so there and hope to snag the all-black option, even though I expect a swift sellout. I am planning ahead, though. I bet you are, as well. We've so got this, guys. Think positively and the shopping deities will smile upon you. That said, in order to be fully prepared and ready to shop the shoes on May 26, you want to know how much the new Rihanna Puma Creepers will cost, don't you?
Well, according to Racked, this next round of Rihanna Puma Creepers will cost $120. That shouldn't surprise sneaker pimps and those of us who are coveting these fashion forward kicks. The original Rihanna Puma Creepers came with a $120 price tag. They came in white, black, and pink with an oatmeal sole.
Bustle reached out to Puma reps to inquire about the price of the new Rihanna Creepers. We'll let you know if and when we hear back.
UPDATE: Puma PR reps got back to us via email on May 25 to confirm that the price of the sneakers is $150. Additionally, Puma.com will begin sales at 10 a.m. EST while Puma stores will open at 9 a.m. Retailers include PUMA.com, select PUMA Stores, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, and Opening Ceremony.
Rihanna teased the silhouette and profile of the shoe on her Instagram. Ever since, images of the shoes have been popping up all over social media.
These are so flawless, in my eyes.
Want. Need. Love.
Here are "classic" Rihanna x Puma Creepers, which launched in 2015.
The RiRi Puma Creepers are the ultimate in athleisure. I will be shopping the minute they go on sale on May 26. I promise to keep you updated as more details about the on-sale time, date, and locations become available.
Hopefully the brand manufactures enough supply to meet demand so customers aren't forced to shop third party sellers, who can jack up the price. I understand the need to make these kicks hard-to-get in order to increase marketing hype. But the customer demand is there, so satisfy it! #EndRant.
Images: Puma/Instagram (3)