First Mile and Puma link up once more for yet another sustainable collection that includes apparel and sneakers.

This First Mile x Puma 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. 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.

The First Mile x Puma LVL-UP regenerates 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%. These pieces challenge standards and places you on a pedestal all your own. With LQDCELL stable cushioning technology and a leveled midsole that boosts your look, there’s nowhere to go but all the way
up.

The First Mile x Puma FUSE goes hard in the gym and easy on the planet. PUMA utilizes yarn made from recycled plastic to create shoelaces, lining, and a footbed cover that are 100% recycled poly and lavender materials that are 64%. The overall construction combines stability and functionality
with PUMA’s iconic design DNA. With a 4mm drop and a wide toe box, FUSE gives you a stable stance while the internal midsole provides shock absorption for heavily weighted workouts. To kick it up a notch, a TPU heel clip offers a boost of support and durable PUMAGRIP provides all-purpose traction for maximum grip during quick agility movements. The abrasion-resistant mesh upper allows for flexibility while also protecting you from wear and tear movements like rope climbs. It’s a shoe that doesn’t shy away from a workout or its responsibility to the planet.

The First Mile x Puma training collection drops on PUMA.com and PUMA stores on April 6 with a price ranging from $23 – $110.

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