I have to say I know this shop has been here a couple of years and sportgear has never really been my bag.
I was really impressed with the old school classic collections, circa 1970's football shorts for girls well it had to be done although wearing them around the streets of Glasgae might be a bit scarey! Although that dosn't put off a percentage of Glasweigan men of a certain age dusting off theirs the minute the sun comes out.
Anyways the store seems to have had a reshuffle with all the ladieswear now where the footwear used to be and the footwear has been put upstairs.
The staff are cheery and helpful without being o.t.t.
There is a collection of ferrari apparel which is a bit scarey.
The Glasgow T-shirts are really popular with the tourist and the one with the underground map on the back is great but is to be discontinued.
Worth checking out if you are a fan of old school sportwear.
Puma has undergone a bit of an image change in the last decade. Whereas during my early years of high school having a Puma t-shirt at P.E was a bit "tinky", they've since became very cool, with pricey, sought after trainers and retro clothes.
To be honest I can't really be bothered with places like this anymore unless i really need a new pair of trainers, but if you're into street fashion or whatever you call it, then this shop should be on your list.
I think in recent years Puma has excelled in fashion where as before they were mainly concerned with sportswear. The puma shop is largely concerned with fashion; recent years have seen collaborations with Alexander McQueen and Evisu jeans, the latter being available in this store.
I noticed that within the last year they have changed the lay out of the shop, I'm not so keen on the new layout I preferred it when the trainers were all on the bottom floor. The shop itself is pretty neat but when I do pop in it's mostly to check out their trainers.
If you are looking for some truly unique puma clothing this shop is a must for you.
You wont find any run-of the-mill clothing here but some truly unique pieces and reasonable prices.
The staff are so friendly and eager to help that it is a refreshing shopping experience.
Well worth a visit next time you visit Glasgow
Another retail outlet in the mass on Buchanan Street, the Puma shop is full of friendly assistants and is well stocked (compared to some of their rivals), you will rarely have problems getting the right size here. The shop is laid out in an open plan design which gives it a very airy feel. Only slight disadvantage is that the numerous assistants can sometimes make it feel a bit claustrophobic, there's always someone trying to offer you something.
Puma sells a range of sportwear and trainers which are lower in price than its Adidas and Nike rivals. The clothes are standard sportswear really and there's nothing really exciting to see here. The shop is quite large though so there's plenty of space and the staff are very polite and well mannered.
PUMA is one of the world's leading sportlifestyle companies that designs and develops footwear, apparel and accessories. PUMA starts in Sport and ends in Fashion.
Established in 1948.
1948 Rudolf Dassler founded the "PUMA Schuhfabrik Rudolf Dassler" in Herzogenaurach, Germany. Since then PUMA celebrated lots of successes and titles with sportsmen like Armin Hary, Pelé, Boris Becker, Diego Maradonna, Lothar Matthäus, Linford Christie and many others - and of course Usain Bolt, Michael Schuhmacher and Rickie Fowler in recent days. But PUMA isn't only known for its sports equipment but also successfully merged the world of sports and lifestyle into the Sports-Lifestyle category.
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