In 1985, when sport meant running and style meant sweatbands and velour v-necks, PUMA cut through with a lightweight runner made to race. Christened the Cabana Racer and aimed at the most serious of runners, this shoe was built close to the ground to strengthen every muscle with breathable cushioning over the track and through the woods. Decked out in mish-mashed nylon and suede, the Cabana Racer met the running boom head on. Fast forward a couple of decades: it's back. Sized down for little feet. And cool as ever.