My props to Puma

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Racquet Daddy, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. Racquet Daddy

    Racquet Daddy Rookie

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    My closet is all Nike and Adidas, so I decided to mix it up and bought some Puma gear last week. I had to get it off *** because TW's selection was rotten. I got their PowerCat Polo which is a little fitted, but I'm 5'10"/155 so it works. Tried their USP 10" short and I like those as well, but they're just a tad thin. I scored big on the Puma Cat Crew, though. All the Nike and Adidas crews I buy are the 65% cotton/35% poly blend. Well, Puma flipped it on their crews to 65% poly/35% cotton. The difference is HUGE. Imagine the softest t-shirt you have and you might come close. Gonna buy another one. Plus, they're a little easier on the wallet. Definitely going to check the Puma store next time I'm at an outlet mall.
     
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  2. mr_eko

    mr_eko Professional

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    I wear Puma shirts during practice and to the gym. I agree they are comfortable. I wish there were some top pros sponsored by Puma.
     
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  3. thejuice

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    It seems they invest all of their sponsorship dollars into golf pros. A lot of the PGA (especially the European PGA) tour pros wear their stuff.
     
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  4. SempreSami

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    Their biggest sponsorship efforts are probably in football and Usain Bolt.
     
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  5. Parker512

    Parker512 Guest

    I emailed them about one never emailed me back.
     
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