Puma it is not idle and the result is her next cool collection
to co-produce with the organization First Mile. And it's a collection on
this period is characteristic because it is from recycled plastic.
So it is not just a celebration of the current Earth Day, but a notice
to support for all nature and its protection.
The aim of the recycled plastic collection is to educate the public in the area
nature, the environment and lead the world towards
to sustainability. That's why she created the Puma brand in collaboration with First Mile
already in February 2020 the first sustainable collection of recycled bottles.
And today it comes with another collection on the wave of sustainability with cool spring
and stylish pieces for sports that are inspired by our planet and
of recycled plastics.
The second sustainable Puma collection
This Puma x First Mile collection is designed for any training and
It consists of sports shoes, sports clothes and accessories. Thanks
exclusive oldschool camouflage pattern and earthy tones in combination
with spring colors, this collection allows you to move physical activities or
training again one step ahead. And always look great.
What can you find in the collection?
The collection contains
- quality solid leggings with a high waist
- women's shorts in lush green
- men's sports jackets
- sport shoes
- and much more
Take care of the Earth not only on Earth Day
“Earth Day is an important reminder that we need to take care
about our planet and constantly working to reduce the impact of ours
environmental activities, “ he said Stefan Seidel,
sustainability leader for the Puma brand. “Ours
the strategy is focused on constantly looking for more sustainable ways
production of materials and the effort to save our planet in accordance with our motto
forever better. “
When and where will you buy the pieces?
The second sports collection called Puma x First Mile Yippee
symbolically available from the feast of the Earth – that is from April 22
2020 at Puma.com. Selected pieces will also be available
Photo source: Puma