Classic Styles And Modern Looks
From the classic PUMA Suede to the retro track suit, these styles are available for everyone in sizes for women, men, and kids. Pair up classic kicks like the PUMA Clyde, or new silhouettes like the reimagined RS-X, with the heritage-inspired track jackets, jeans, or joggers.
PUMA has moved seamlessly from athletics to everyday style over the years. They still hold a prominent place in sport with a deal made recently to provide many the leagues soccer uniforms. But many people know PUMA for their shoes that go effortlessly with everyday styles.
Roots In The Athletics World
Though PUMA had its roots in football, the brand later began offering running shoes too. After a decade of success, PUMA introduced to the world the leaping cat and the Formstrip, which would soon become two of the most recognizable logos in the world. PUMA would also make its stamp in history unexpectedly in 1968 during a medal ceremony for a track event at the Summer Games. Two American athletes, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, raised their fists to protest discrimination against African Americans and other minorities in the USA. That moment was significant for PUMA. It became more than just another sportswear company it was a brand that stood for something. Soon, the PUMA Suede shoes the athletes wore during that event became wildly popular both in and out of the sports arena.
Push Forward In Puma Shoes
PUMA is for anyone looking to take things to the next level, whether in sports or fashion. The brand’s mantra “Forever Faster” inspires people to push themselves all day, every day. PUMA’s founder was dedicated to producing quality, competitive sportswear from the start so PUMA was destined for greatness.
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