Top Puma Products – Pricing & Deals

Athleisure is back in full force this season, and Puma is one of the top brands offering this style. Known for both iconic styles as well as quality, Puma truly stands apart from the crowd. If you’re looking for athleisure wear, you can’t go wrong here.

Check out some of the brand’s top-selling items below (along with ways to score discounts).

Sneakers & Tennis Shoes

We are talking about Puma after all, so how could sneakers not be at the top of the list?

Rider Series

If you want only the best of Puma, you need to check out the Rider series.

These are high-quality shoes no matter the brand, period. The series has a variety of color-blocking designs on slick, aerodynamic running shoes. This design means you get a functional shoe that also catches eyes wherever you roam.

These running shoes have a shock-absorbing interior that eases strain on your joints. Best of all, they are made to last. Besides being top-notch athletic shoes, they are also statement street shoes. Whatever your style, these shoes can match it. These are therefore the perfect shoes for any runner who uses their athleticism as an accessory.


The series ranges in price, but the shoes are usually around $80 to $100.

The Rise Series

The Rise series is full of versatile shoes that Puma fans love. The color schemes tend to be neutral and beautiful, so they can match practically any style. It is a lightweight shoe with a rubber grip on the bottom and breathable material.

While the Rider series is produced mainly for running, this shoe line can be used in a lot of different types of sports and exercise. It can be used as a running shoe, but the grip on the bottom makes it versatile enough to be used virtually anywhere. It’s no wonder that the reviews on this shoe are so positive.


It’s around the same price as the Future Rider shoes; these shoes tend to fall around the $90 range.


Next up is essential in many closets: leggings. The Rebel Women’s Leggings are a great option to buy. While most Puma leggings are high-quality items of clothing, these specific leggings are new, sleek and well-designed.

They come in black and gray, so while they aren’t statement leggings, they will go with any top you own. They’re 95% cotton, one of the best materials to have close to the skin when exercising. They feature the Puma logo boldly in white running down the leg.


At first glance, these leggings may seem expensive at around $35. However, these leggings will last. We all know that cheap leggings rip within the month and aren’t worth buying anyway.


The Pride AOP Tee is a high-quality clothing item, just like the rest of the items that this brand sells. What makes it special is the message behind it. Many people struggle for the right to love who they love, and Puma makes it clear that they support these people and their struggles. The Puma logo is proudly emblazoned on the shirt, so a third party can make no mistake about the side of history that Puma is on. This option is perfect for anyone who wants to show their pride while maintaining their overall athleisure style.


For $28, it reminds Puma fans that “we’re stronger together.”


  • Puma is currently hosting its semi-annual sale on hundreds of select items
  • Get 10% off when you sign up for their official email list
  • Doctors, nurses, and first responders get an extra 20% off
  • Active and veteran military personnel, teachers, and other qualified members can take an extra 10% off
  • Students can save 10% when they register and verify their student status with UNiDAYS


Celeb Facts - Celebrities Spotted With Wearables Fitness Trackers

  1. Brittney Spears has been seen wearing many different wearables, but she seems to prefer the Garmin Vivofit. At a reasonable cost of $100, you can own this device that tracks your activity levels and assigns a personalized daily goal for you. The Vivofit tracks not just steps; it also tracks your heart rate and sleep quality.
  2. Joe Manganiello became a household name thanks to "True Blood." Known for his good looks, so is his watch, the Moto 360. This tracker costs roughly $300, making it less reasonable for the "everyday Joe." For three-hundred bucks, you get a beautiful round timepiece but a water-resistant smartwatch that can track your vitals and connect you to the internet via WiFi.
  3. It is easy to spot on episodes of "The Voice" that Pharelle loves his Apple Watch. Pharell has always been a fashion-conscious fellow. If Pharrell is wearing something, he will likely set off a fashion trend since everybody wants to copy his style.
  4. Colbert followed Carson, and the Apple Watch followed Pebble, the tracker of choice for Stephen Colbert. It is assumed he will continue to upgrade to new Pebbles as they are released. For now, he gets all of his notifications and fitness data on the Grey Pebble's black and white e-ink display.
  5. Adrien Grenier wears the Misfit Shine. Misfit is known as the wear it anywhere tracker, meaning you can wear it anywhere on your body and still get the same data. For an affordable price of $69.99, it's a device almost anyone can own. It gathers data on steps, calories, distance, and sleep.

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