PUMA Adds Partners for Motorsports Apparel

PUMA has generated a range of streetwear in partnership with multiple motorsport brands.

License Global

March 4, 2020

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A number motorsport companies have partnered with PUMA for a range of products.

BMW M Motorsport collection comes with rubberized branding, a three-color focus, asymmetric blocks and allover prints. The RCT collection of the Bavarian motorsport team incorporates technical fabrics and reflective branding. It also features a thermoregulating technology called 37.5, which acts like a thermostat by removing moisture when the wearer is hot and retaining warmth when the wearer is cold. 

The Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport street collection features inserted panels with a twin needle topstitch, woven drawcords and sign off icon details. The the RCT collection offers horizontal panel mesh knits and bonded mesh pocket zips.

Inspired by drifting and underlined with the slogan “Gives You Wings”, the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Lifestyle Collection features yellow color mash ups and curved color blocking racing stripes, disrupted with embroidery and typical PUMA T7 stripes.

All PUMA Motorsport apparel partner lines are available in stores now.

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