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Gear drop alert! The new PUMA x FIRST MILE training collection is out!

The PUMA x FIRST MILE collection isn’t just about turning plastic into product.

This is a collection rooted in cooperative opportunity and human connection—one that threads people together around a decision to do better.

First Mile is a people-focused network that strengthens micro-economies in Taiwan, Haiti, and Honduras by collecting plastic bottles to create jobs and reduce environmental waste.

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Through First Mile, this plastic is sorted, cleaned, shredded, and turned into yarn that makes products with purpose. The pieces in this collection are made from post-consumer plastic collected in Taiwan.

LVL-UP

Let’s LVL-UP XT (R1899.00) for a better future. These shoes regenerate the training space with elevated design created with yarn made from recycled plastic.

The shoelaces as well as the purple and blue materials are 100% recycled poly while the light blue is 64%. Includes LQDCELL stable cushioning technology and a levelled midsole that boosts your look.

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Key benefits include:

  • Cushioning: An evolution of CELL technology, LQDCELL midsole offers stable cushioning.
  • Grip: High traction, rubber PUMAGRIP provides all-surface traction on all surfaces for all weather conditions.
  • Lightweight: PROFOAM high-rebound EVA provides instant cushioning in a lightweight package.

TRAIN FIRST MILE MID IMPACT BRA

The Train First Mile Mid Impact Bra (R999.00) is created with 77% recycled polyester and dryCELL tech for an eco-friendly material that wicks away sweat.

You get stabilising, adjustable shoulder straps for max support and comfort, designed in a cross-back construction for a full range of motion.

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Key benefits include:

  • Recycled Materials: 77% recycled polyester. First Mile® works with waste collection communities in Taiwan, Haiti, and Honduras to create jobs and positive social impact. The yarn in this collection is made from post-consumer plastic collected in Taiwan.
  • Dry: Highly functional dryCELL materials draw moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and comfortable.
  • Support: Mid-impact support with removable cups.

TRAIN FIRST MILE 7/8 TIGHT

Sport a planet-conscious look in the Train First Mile 7/8 Tight (R1499.00). PUMA utilised 77% recycled polyester in combination with sweat-wicking dryCELL tech for a comfortable, eco-friendly wear.

These bottoms have an embossed, elastic waistband with a drawcord for a personalised fit and side, powermesh pockets to secure your stuff.

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Key benefits include:

  • Recycled Materials: 77% recycled polyester. First Mile® works with waste collection communities in Taiwan, Haiti, and Honduras to create jobs and positive social impact. The yarn in this collection is made from post-consumer plastic collected in Taiwan.
  • Dry: Highly functional dryCELL materials draw moisture away from the skin to keep you dry and comfortable.
  • Movement: Side, power mesh pockets offer a secure storage solution.

TRAIN FIRST MILE MOCK NECK TEE

Make moves toward a better future in the Train First Mile Mock Neck Tee (R999.00). This base layer was made with 84% recycled polyester and dryCELL tech for a more sustainable, sweat-wicking material.

You get a lightweight performance mesh for breathable workouts and a First Mile graphic for a touch of style.

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Key benefits include:

  • Recycled Materials: 84% recycled polyester. First Mile® works with waste collection communities in Taiwan, Haiti, and Honduras to create jobs and positive social impact. The yarn in this collection is made from post-consumer plastic collected in Taiwan.

The PUMA x First Mile training collection is available on PUMA.com, at PUMA stores, Studio 88, Superbalist and selected retailers.

Author: Pedro van Gaalen

When he’s not writing about sport or health and fitness, Pedro is probably out training for his next marathon or ultra-marathon. He’s worked as a fitness professional and as a marketing and comms expert. He now combines his passions in his role as managing editor at Fitness magazine.

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