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I think when you are buying sports equipment, there are quite a lot of options, like the big companies such as Adidas and Nike including pumas. I think Pumas is a good choice because I lately just bought a football boots from the official website and it cost around £45 which is an offer price. But it's really comfy and don't hurt your feet like other football boots. However it is overpriced. But you the cheapest can be like £28 after a reduced price. But I'm not sure how good it is. And I thought some of the design was good. I wish they can be a bit cheaper so I can buy some more trainers! Also I think the hoodie are quite nice, I bought one for my outdoor sports in winter, they are really warm. Again, the design was good as usual. Also the quality was good, I still have it and i bought it at least two years ago and I wear it quite often as well especially when it's raining and when I took it out again it's still as good as ever.
When it comes to buying shoes it can be difficult to find a pair that fit especially for people like myself with big feet. For anyone with a foot within the size range of approx 6 - 10 usually it isn't too difficult to find a pair that fits. However for anyone with a foot size over 11 it can be an almost impossible task. This is not because of the lack of large sizes available, there a plenty of sizes that go up to as far as 13. You see the problem is the longer someone's foot is the wider it is assumed to be which is not the case. I have tried many of the puma range of shoes which are generally designed to be narrow and shape thus making them suitable for people with big and narrow feet. In particular the puma range style tend to be well designed, high quality and fashionable. My favourite are the puma speed cat trainers. I tried some of the other styles but many are simply too wide. I first came across puma trainers over 5 years ago however at the time they retailed at over £90. In recent years the prices have become more reasonable although the puma speed cats are still a bit expensive at around £65. The main advantage with puma trainers other than the comfortable size, they are very comfortable to walk in since the sole is flat and it feels like one is walking bare foot. Perhaps the main cause of bad posture is due to the shoes that one walks in. When I take off my puma trainers and walk with normal trainers or shoes I suddenly feel that my posture is out of balance. Overall I highly recommend puma shoes.
People who come across Puma, dont give it the recognision as they well and truely deserve. Ok, some of the clothes are pretty rubbish, plain tops with Puma just written all over it, but i believe the best part of Puma are the trainers and the collaborations they have with people/brand all over the world.
some of the best trainers i grew up with were the Puma Romas and Puma Modstro. The modstro is my all time favourite trainer. It was so simple but so creative, like nothing else at the time. Puma romas were the trainer all my mates had as they were just cool and could wear with anything.
Puma do collaborations wid Alexander McQueen, Mihara and Ferrari. Ferrari clothes and trainers are always a must have around the globe. Mihara a designer with a twist, turning puma trainers into mad designs, not for everyone but still a good seller!
With Puma, you have to dig deeper to really find the true Puma!!!!
Puma is a brand that really blends its sports wear with fashion, its designs are edgy and often start trends that lead in the same way like Nike does.
The difference I find with Puma is that although it may not push the technology of sportswear as much as other brands, it does provide well fitting, well designed clothing that not only meets the needs of your sport but makes you look good at the same time.
I love visiting the Puma stores because they are such an experience. They are usually smaller than the vast Niketowns and Adidas stores, but the ones I have shopped in have DJs mixing classic tunes with some funky unreleased beats and have rails packed with items that would tempt both those who want basic sports gear and those who want something a little bit brighter and more unique. It is one of the few stores that you can get something that resembles the high fashion sportswear that you see on leading tennis stars and footballers, without paying an outrageous designer price.
Puma is not just a sports wear provider but a fashion house too, and many of its items are for people who like to wear stylish trainers and funky t-shirts for a non sporting purpose.
Puma also beats its competition in its pricing; it is slightly cheaper that the other brands and you can also get more exciting clothing - for both women and men.
I recommend Puma if you like to wear hoodies and trainers with a little flair.
I'm quite picky about sportswear but i don't really think Puma gets the recognition it deserves. Overall Puma produce quite attractive pieces of sportswear and for evryone. They always keep up to date with the newest styles like Nike or other top brands but don't really do aswell. I own a couple of pieces by Puma and they're really comfortable, look good and best of all unlike other brands are reasonably priced. You don't have to spend a small fortune just to get a tidy outfit. I think Puma provide a really good service but they still seem to get walked past in sports shops as people pounce at the Nike and Adidas racks. I think more people need to pounce into Puma and then they'll see what they're missing. Although they're cheaper than some other makes i'm not disputing the fact that you sometimes get what you pay for and i must admit that the top brands are usually of exceptional quality but nothing's worth ridiculous money like's asked for these pieces. Try Puma you may be pleasantly surprised.