Tuesday, June 07, 2011

Puma Tops

And so I’ve come to the end of what has been my biggest blag so far – the Puma box. So far I’ve reviewed trainers and gym stuff and now it’s time to wrap up the last remaining items from the box: 3 T-Shirts and at what Puma are affectionately calling a Gillet.





No not Gillette, a Gillet, or more specifically a (deep breath) Puma Lifestyle Grey and Navy Blue W/Lime Green Piping Padded Gillet. As you can see from the above photo it’s basically a coat jacket without arms, but as Puma Coat jacket without arms doesn’t sound very classy you can see the reasoning behind the new name.

Anyway, back to the topic at hand. The Gillet is generally very comfortable and goes with just about anything. It’s really soft to the touch and very well insulated meaning it should hold up in the winter months. As for your exposed arms it might be a good idea to invest in a long sleeved T-Shirt or some extra arm hair if you fancy going out in December with this.




Back to the rest of the box and as you can see there really is a nice selection of styles to choose from. The three T-Shirts provided came in Polo, long sleeved and short sleeved varieties and each had very distinct designs. You can see me wearing the striped Polo shirt with the Gillet and again you’ll notice it goes with just about anything. It’s also a long way away from the gym clothing I featured last week and shows that Puma generally offer something for absolutely everyone.


My favourite of the three T-Shirts is the Puma lifestyle blue T-Shirt with a New York taxi cab on the side. It seems like a nice subtle blue T-Shirt at first and then you’ll notice the graffiti style taxi cab on the side. They even managed to drop in the puma logo jumping over a couple of buildings. Swish.

So that ends the Puma reign on the site. Be sure to check out their range of products at Puma.com as there’s sure to be something for everyone. And as for what will fill the gaping hole in my heart come back tomorrow to see a totally different box of goodies. Now if you’ll excuse me I’ve got a Gillet to show off.

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