Puma Deals, Specials & Catalogues
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PS: Only purchased replicas will be branded pic.twitter.com/NbuaQJJI7v
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) May 28, 2022
Are you a fan of the @RedBullZA Car Park Drift?
We are giving away 15 double tickets. Go on scavenger hunt on the PUMA website and tell us which Motorsport product excites you. Leave your comment below to win. Ts & Cs apply: https://t.co/eWi9jK7A4D
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) March 31, 2022
Predict the final score between @Vodacom @BlueBullsRugby & DHL Stormers, this coming Saturday, 9 April and you could walk away with a pair of first flops like @CornalHendricks. Competition closes on Saturday, at 10am. Ts & Cs apply: https://t.co/dLUefWiy31 pic.twitter.com/JCmIH0tB7c
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) April 7, 2022
Big 2021 energy. Complete the Fuse challenge on PUMATRAC for a chance to win a pair of FUSE Trainers. Download PUMATRAC on your app store or train online at https://t.co/GvBSft9myY📍 Enter here: https://t.co/oYIZMkFjWq
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) February 4, 2021
Celebrating Global Running Day. 🏃♂️
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) June 1, 2022
Masandawana, tag us and @Masandawana in your best fit pic wearing the latest jersey (Home or Away) for a chance to win big prizes! 👀 Entries close Friday 29 October 2021
Terms and conditions apply: https://t.co/EXYj1RgJdW pic.twitter.com/X0sZNO7K2S
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) October 27, 2021
* GIVEAWAY * Masandawana, tell us your best @Masandawana moment from the season in the replies below; and stand chance to win a branded CHAMPIONS 11 Replica jersey 🥳 Terms and conditions apply: https://t.co/54b8pr8BKd
Entries close 17 June, 10AM #Sundowns pic.twitter.com/VSicxy5Zgv
— PUMA South Africa (@PUMASouthAfrica) June 16, 2021
Puma is a long-time favourite for South Africans who appreciate top of the range footwear and sports apparel. The company is one of the largest sportswear brands, favoured world-wide for its dedication to quality, style and performance.
Puma’s extensive ranges boasts collections that speak to every aspect of your lifestyle, believing that your apparel should express your individual style. From Puma with Love is a LGBTQI-themed fashion collection showing off the signature Pride rainbow colours with neutral backgrounds and patterns for a subtle look that makes a bold statement. The Pride Pack includes fun t-shorts and rainbow-strapped bags.
Take your adventure off-road with Puma’s Terrae Mid Africa collection of footwear that feature safari-chic and textured ankle-length boots that are the ideal blend of adventurous and stylish, infusing a subtle touch of colour in the tongue.
If you’re looking for a comfortable, high-performance shoe, look no further than the Cell Dome, a new model of the iconic Puma Cell range. The completely vegan trainer uses Cell technology cushioning in its heel, forming an attention-grabbing dome-shape. For a shoe more specialised for sport, Puma offers the Future collection. The Future 5.3 Netfit Football boots in sleek black-asphalt is dedicated to improving sharp, intricate movements. Netfit technology’s slip-on construction allows for a sock-like feel. The lightweight outsole studs provide extra support.
Stay on top of the fashion game with Limited Edition Puma City tees. Puma’s expressive tees feature uniquely South African pop-culture references, not only keeping Mzansi looking fresh, but also encouraging bonds between our communities.
Represent your favourite teams with jersey available at Puma. Find English Premier League giants Manchester City jerseys, AC Milan and Mamelodi Sundowns, as well as the Bulls.
You can find Puma stores in major metropolitan cities in South Africa as well as through major fashion and sports retailers.
Puma is an international brand founded in Germany, where its headquarters remain. In 1924, brothers Rudolf and Adolf Dassler formed the Gebrüder Schuhfabrik, but after a falling out, they split the company into two entities – Puma and Adidas, the later owned by Adolf, nicknamed Adi.
Puma is committed to its social responsibility and improving the well-being of customers, community members and the environment. Puma was one of the first major companies to value minimising its environmental impact and won an innovation award for its practices in 2016.
In 2019, Puma had 5.5 billion Euro in sales and employed over 14 700 people worldwide.