Create Your Own Puma Shoe

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Create Your Own Puma Shoe
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Puma is a German shoe, apparel and accessories manufacturer that marketed its first shoe, the PUMA Atom, in 1948 and started exporting shoes to the United States in 1950. Puma has created several types of men's and women's athletic shoes including those for running, basketball, soccer, motor sports and more. You can now create your own Puma shoe online. Puma's Mongolian Shoe Barbeque website allows you to customise your Puma's shoes just as you would customise your eating experience at a Mongolian barbecue restaurant.

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    Navigate your computer's browser to the Puma's Mongolian Shoe Barbeque website. Click on "Register" to create a new account so that you can save the Puma shoes you create. Fill in the Email, Password and Confirm boxes and click "Submit."

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    Click on either "Start New Shoe" at the top of the web page or "Start Designing Your Shoe" in the middle of the page. A menu appears and allows you to choose from 30 different materials, colours and textures.

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    Select a shoe by clicking on it and select gender and size. Click on the Customer Recipe for the shoe type and colour scheme you desire. A new window will open with the option of viewing your chosen Customer Recipe in outside, inside, front, back and top views.

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    Choose the colours you would like for the toe overlay, vamp quarter, form strip, collar logo, midsole, midsole logo and outsole by clicking on "See Detail" in red next to each shoe part listed on the right side of the page. Click "Save" and "Add to Bag and Create Another" or "Buy Now."

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