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A Ton Of PUMA Stuff Is Half Off Today. So, Yeah, Black Friday Season Is Here

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Since the beginning of the month, Amazon has been running a “Countdown to Black Friday” event. Since Black Friday is at the end of the week, it’s not surprising that some of the deals as we approach are particularly enticing. One such example is this one-day-only sale on Puma shoes and apparel. Ninety-five items are included here for “up to 50 percent off,” and you almost certainly want to check them all out. Might save yourself some time on Friday.

This deal features clothing:

Normally $75, this Puma hoodie is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $75, this Puma hoodie is 60 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Puma Men’s Full Zip Sherpa Hoodie on sale for $30.05

As well as shoes, like this one:

Normally $80, this running shoe is 40 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $80, this running shoe is 40 percent off. It is available in two different color varieties (Photo via Amazon)

Puma Men’s Reverb Running Shoe on sale for $47.99

And this one:

Normally $70, this pair of cross-trainers is 45 percent off. It comes in four different color varieties (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $70, this pair of cross-trainers is 45 percent off. It comes in four different color varieties (Photo via Amazon)

Puma Men’s Tazon 6 FM DOTD Cross-Trainer Shoes on sale for $37.99

Since there are 95 total items in this sale and the above only account for three, there are 92 other items worth considering. Happy Black Friday!

PUMA Shoes, Clothing & More — Up to 50 percent off

Ricki Fowler wears PUMA (Photo via PUMA)

Ricki Fowler wears PUMA (Photo via PUMA)

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