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, 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. They also sell sandals for women.
From Humble Beginnings to International Breakthrough
PUMA’s long-standing tradition of producing high-quality athletic goods started with the Dassler Brothers Shoe Factory, established by Rudolf and Adolf Dassler in their German home in 1919. 28 years later, the brothers fell out and went separate ways. Rudolf Dassler relocated to a another building that belonged to the family and established PUMA. He converted this storage building into a factory with the aid of 14 workers. And the rest was history.
PUMA Sports Apparel and Equipment
By offering a large assortment of well-designed sports gear suitable for both recreational and competitive activity, PUMA has added pleasure to practicality. PUMA offers a variety of comfortable sports apparel and equipment to help you compete on the playing field while enabling you incorporate sports into your lifestyle with fashionable sportswear that can be worn everywhere, from running shoes for track and field to footwear for golf.
PUMA’s Business Philosophy
PUMA is dedicated to producing better goods and making a positive impact on both the environment and society. They strive to improve in a number of sustainability categories, including Fair Income, Products, Health & Safety, and more, by collaborating with stakeholders on the 10FOR25 sustainability plan. In this way, they can produce better products and contribute to a better society.
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.
Turning Intent Into Action
Living without discrimination should not be open to debate. That’s why PUMA is working with nonprofits 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.