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The Formstrip is the stripe found on the sides of Puma sneakers. This not only has a branding function, but was first used in 1958 for stabilization purposes in soccer shoes. Today everyone knows that the Formstrip belongs to Puma and a Suede would be ekin Suede if the stripe was missing.

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