PUMA Partners With First Mile to Create Sustainable Sportswear Collection

Delivering performance footwear and clothes made from recycled polyester yarns.

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PUMA has teamed up with First Mile to create a sustainable sportswear collection comprised of new footwear offerings and clothing.

First Mile is a network organization that aims to strengthen micro-economies in Haiti, Honduras, and Taiwan by collecting plastic bottles to create sustainable jobs and reduce environmental waste. First Mile then turns the collected waste into recycled polyester, which has been used by PUMA to develop this new collection.

The collection is made entirely from recycled yarns and serves PUMA’s initiative of being “Forever Better” by reducing its environmental impact. PUMA’s footwear offerings are all sports-focused, with pairs combining recycled materials alongside its much-loved LQDCELL technology for a variety of boldly colored, comfortable performance sneakers. Its clothes are equally sporty, delivering both mens and womenswear pieces such as running leggings, a track jacket and more.

Take a look at the First Mile x PUMA collection in the gallery above, and shop the entire collection on the PUMA website as well as in stores now.

In case you missed it, check out the Fashion Geek x PUMA collection.

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