Update Your Athletic Wardrobe for Less than $100

By Noah Henry  •  September 10, 2013

No other form of attire gets the beating and bruising athletic wear does. One year with the same old workout clothes and you’ll be reluctant to hit the gym with rips, tears and sweat stains gracing your get-up. Just in time for fall, PUMA is offering 40% off from 9/12 to 9/16, so that you can update your athletic wardrobe for barely the cost of a cell phone payment. That’s right—getting a fresh new collection of kick-butt PUMA swag will cost you less than your monthly bill. Don’t believe me? Do the math…

 

 

The Lab 2 Women’s Sneakers harken the glory days of the bright, snug style. Breathable and nicely cushioned, you’ll be able to hit the trail feeling lightweight and free. These kicks are originally priced at $56, but knocked down to $33.60 after the 40% off discount.

 

PUMA considers it year 2019-chic. If you’re a sucker for futuristic gear, check out the Future Suede Light Women’s Sneakers. For only $33.60 (after discount), you can feel the comfort of its breathable EcoOrthoLite sockliners and nifty neoprene tongue.

 

Chambray (left - $12.60) looks effortlessly cool. The Essential Gym V-Neck’s (center - $14.40) LYCRA® SPORT material provides excellent fit, recovery power, and flexibility, along with a moisture-wicking finish to help keep you dry. The Project Pink Logo Tee (right - $14.40) donates its sales to the fight against breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so why not help a cause and look good doing it?

 

Autumn gets cold. The French Terry Extended Hoodie (left - $30) isn’t just a hoodie, it’s a fashion statement. I mean, look at that cozy draped neckline. Once again, you can support PUMA’s mission to donate to breast cancer awareness—this time, in hoodie form. The Project Pink Hoodie (center - $33) looks good, feels good, and does good. Then there’s the Lifestyle Zip-Up Sweatshirt (right - $39). Its asymmetrical zip closure is certainly unique. You can kiss chilly weather goodbye, both on the trail and on your lunch break.

 

Easy, breezy, beautiful (CoverGirl), the Pure Core Running Shorts (left - $18) are tech-savvy, integrating coolCELL materials to draw sweat away from your skin and anatomically placed airflow features. The curve-hugging tight fit of the Tech Performance Short Tights (center - $18) will attract stares from admiring gym rats while keeping you compact and focused. Made with polyester and a touch of spandex, these tights are certainly tight. PUMA’s Flirty Shorts are hot—protecting your upper thighs from the dense cold of winter. Cute, cool and comfy, you can snag a pair of these for the low price of only $14.40.

 

What’s a fresh new wardrobe without socks? No gym bag is complete without the Sorbtek’s (left - $7.20; buy one get one 50% off). They keep your feet dry with sweat-wicking yarns, and they’re made with a knitted array of polyester, cotton, and spandex fabrication. If you’re into the low-cut look, try the Bamboo Women’s No Show Socks (right - $7.20; buy one get one 50% off). These are actually 80% Rayon from bamboo, giving them odor-control properties. Less is more, and they won’t cramp the style of those PUMA kicks you’re rocking.

A new wardrobe for under $100 is definitely doable with the killer 40% discount happening at PUMA from 9/12 to 9/16. The magical promo code? PUMAFAM13.



Noah Henry Noah Henry Noah Henry is an amateur movie critic, foodie, bowler, and beer reviewer. But he's no amateur when it comes to saving money, so listen up!


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