On-field at game-time, it’s all team jerseys, soccer shorts, and socks hiked up to her knees. But come practice, a casual pickup game, or a weekend hanging with friends, the female footballer’s uniform is much less defined. Until now, that is, with the debut of sportslifestyle brand PUMA® ’s Spring 2011 Women’s Soccer Training Collection.
Created for the rising young soccer superstar looking to showcase her athlete status in all aspects of her wardrobe, both on and off the pitch, the collection features cropped Scimmel tanks perfect for those pre-game warm-ups, cozy hoodies ideal for tossing on after practice, and the most perfectly-slouchy sweats and capris that its designers could dream up. The collection pops with cheerful color and layers together impeccably; plus, its carefully-considered silhouettes bear witness to PUMA’s distinctive design-savvy.
Rooted in authenticity but with a style that transcends the single sport, the PUMA Women’s Soccer Training collection is the product of a brand that’s shown a true commitment to the game. Case in point, PUMA’s partnership with Women’s Professional Soccer — the best women’s pro league on the planet, based right here in the US — and sponsorship of top female talent like totally fierce five-time FIFA World Player of the Year Marta, US national team contender and soccer’s own A-Rod Amy Rodriguez, girl-next-door superstar Leslie Osborne, goalie-with-the-mostest Karina LeBlanc, dynamic and dominant tattooed powerhouse Natasha Kai, and world-class defender (and cooler-than-cool Brit) Alex Scott.