One of the top sports brands in the world, PUMA is known for designing products for world-class athletes and sports teams, whether they compete in basketball, sports shoes, football, golf, jogging and training, or racing. Herzogenaurach, Germany, is home to PUMA’s headquarters, and more than 14,000 people work there from more than 120 different nations.
In 1919, the Dassler Brothers started their shoe factory in their parents’ home, which grew and evolve to be the world-renowed PUMA today. Ever since Jesse Owens sported Dassler spikes and won four gold medals during the 1936 Olympic Games, the brand had gained notoriety. In subsequent world sporting events, more athletes were seen wearing PUMA shoes and apparel, crafting a global reputation for the brand.
Level Up On The Playing Field
The playing field is more varied than ever today. whether it be on the football field, golf course, or running track. PUMA provides athletes with the equipment they need to succeed, from running shoes to golf clubs. PUMA sportswear is versatile clothing that you may style in many different ways, even when you are not participating in sports.
Practising Sustainability Through Sports
PUMA choose to push for change and pave the way with fashion and sportswear. As a business that incorporates sustainability into their operations, PUMA’s 10FOR25 sustainability strategy supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals focusing on 10 key sustainability areas by working closely with stakeholders.
Innovating with PUMA
PUMA thrives on the culture of being first and delivering performance innovations to push athletes to greater heights. In 1968, the Brush Spike that featured Velcro™ on performance footwear is designed for the first time. The tiny rows of spikes on the shoes helped athletes maximized traction and minimized resistance, which worked well for athletes at the 1968 Olympic Trials.
Reform, Equality for All
PUMA creates better sports shoes. Living without discrimination should not be open to debate. That’s why PUMA is working with nonprofit organisations like The Trevor Project and BAGLY to accelerate equal rights, personal autonomy, and freedom of expression for LGBTQ+ communities. PUMA do not tolerate racism, bigotry, or police brutality.