J. Cole and Puma are finally dropping the last 2 Dreamer styles

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The Dreamer 2 White made its first appearance in SLAM 232 when J. Cole made history as the first-ever solo artist to grace the cover of the iconic hoops magazine. (Photo by Puma)
The Dreamer 2 White made its first appearance in SLAM 232 when J. Cole made history as the first-ever solo artist to grace the cover of the iconic hoops magazine. (Photo by Puma)

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Rapper J. Cole and sneaker partner Puma are dropping the final two styles of the Dreamer series, and one was never supposed to make its way to consumers in the first place.

Aptly titled the "White Jointz," they were first photographed in SLAM 232 when Cole made history as the first-ever solo artist to grace the cover of the iconic hoops publication. Since then, sneakerheads and J. Cole fans alike have been demanding to cop the trainers for inclusion in their own personal rotation.

Boasting a clean, all-white upper, the White Jointz feature a rubber gum bottom and of course, Puma's signature cushioning technology that promises a responsive ride and shock absorption.

If you're looking for a little more color, the Dreamer 2 Blue and RS-Dreamer Ebony and Ivory are also dropping Friday alongside the White Jointz.

According to Puma, the black and blue of the Dreamer 2 Blue colorway "symbolizes the bumps and bruises earned on the climb to greatness, a badge of honor that tell the competition: it will take a lot more than bruises to stop a DREAMER." Finally, the RS-Dreamer Ebony and Ivory provides a clean black and white canvas for a look you can rock with any outfit, whether it be your favorite on-court look or courtside ensemble.

Retailing from $125-$130, the final DREAMER style will be available at Foot Locker.com and PUMA.com. Scroll on for photos and purchasing links.

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