Sustainability is a key value of PUMA - the global sports brand is dedicated to making a positive environmental impact across its product range.
As part of this, PUMA announced that by 2025 nine out of ten products will be made of more sustainable materials. With these targets in mind, PUMA aims to get better in environmental, health and safety, and human rights matters.
Get ready to spruce up your wardrobe with PUMA’s range of quality sustainable products.
This edition of the LVL-UP training shoe unites high-tech performance with sustainable production. With materials made from recycled plastic bottles, PUMA x First Mile provides unbeatable cushioning for ultimate performance. This style is part of the PUMA x First Mile recycling initiative that turns plastic waste into products and empowers socially disadvantaged people.
These slick, tech-inspired kicks will transport you to a world of new realities – one being a reality where your fave pair of sneakers are also certified vegan and cruelty-free!
The Cruise Rider range takes on-trend colours to the next level with a bold, confident look. Featuring an IMEVA midsole for a lightweight and comfortable feel, these shoes are also certified vegan.
With its huge impact on footwear culture, PUMA's most iconic sneaker, The Suede Classic XXI first hit the scene in 1968 and has been worn by icons of every generation since. Today, the leather comes from environmentally responsible leather manufacturing and is audited and certified via the Leather Working Group protocol.
The Exhale women’s collection will come as a breath of fresh air to classic gym gear. It’s extra breathable, made with dryCELL technology, and is made with recycled materials for improved sustainability. For men, PUMA’s comfort classics is also made with recycled fibres.
The PUMA Basketball or Downtown sweatpants proudly supports more sustainable cotton farming through the Better Cotton Initiative and the Exhale leggings are made from recycled materials.