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PUMA IS OFF AND RUNNING INTO THE COMPUTER AGE WITH A THINKING SHOE
J. Austin Murphy
May 13, 1985
Maxwell Smart would have had little use for the Puma RS Computer Shoe ($200) because there is no phone concealed in it. James Bond might have looked cursorily at it; without secret compartments for oil and tacks it would be worthless against assassins in hot pursuit.
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May 13, 1985

Puma Is Off And Running Into The Computer Age With A Thinking Shoe

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But perhaps not for long. As they say at Puma, "Now that we've linked running technology with computer technology, there's no telling how far we'll go."

First things first, then. Let's get a phone in the shoe.

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