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Update your closet today with PUMA. Shop all the latest designer jackets in our selection. PUMA takes particular care in sourcing the finest materials for its range of jackets, so expect pieces made from synthetic. Jackets from PUMA are the finishing touches your wardrobe has been missing. Exceedingly versatile and free from any trend-driven details, the PUMA's collection offers an easy way to refresh your wardrobe. Synthetic items are a great investment, and it pays to care for them properly. Synthetic clothing is an investment, and it pays to care for it properly. We would advise checking the care instructions for the specific item before washing. For top-quality men's jackets, look no further than PUMA. Discover the label’s latest collection now.

The PUMA Jackets Buying Guide

Since its founding in 1948, Puma has become renowned as one of the world's leading sportswear brands, offering high-quality apparel, footwear and accessories in over 120 countries. Based in Herzogenaurach, Germany, the company sponsors high-profile sports stars as well as engaging in exciting fashion collaborations with renowned brands like Alexander McQueen and Mihara Yasuhiro. From classic track jackets to eccentric printed windbreakers, Puma jackets are fashion-forward yet wearable and functional. These designs channel 90s cool and decades of urban streetwear.

Puma’s reputation for being a key label in the sportswear realm has spanned over an impressive seven decades. Today, the athletic clothing and footwear label continues to create coveted styles for fans across the globe. Whether you’re on the pitch or on an urban stroll, PUMA’s jacket range promises to keep you protected. Our men’s PUMA jacket buying guide will assist you in choosing the perfect jacket for you, as well as the ideal size. 

The Most Wanted PUMA Jackets

  • PUMA Reactive Woven Jackets

    The Reactive jacket is one of PUMA’s most recognizable outerwear styles. Woven using breathable windCELL technology, the windbreaker jacket features a hooded cut, zip closure and elasticated cuffs and hem for keeping the breeze at bay. In an array of colorways, matching to your workout gear will come easily.

  • PUMA IGNITE Woven Men's Running Track Jackets

    Ideal for morning jogs, the IGNITE jacket’s understated style makes the model a popular choice for the active man. WindCELL technology is brought in to help keep you comfortable and protected while the straight cut, simple design makes it an obvious staple for transeasonal wear.

  • PUMA Iconic T7 Men's Track Jackets

    PUMA looks to its archive of sportswear styles for the inspiration behind the Iconic T7 track jacket. Crafted from 100% cotton, the zip-up number boasts the iconic big cat silhouette on the chest and bold contrast stripe down the arm.

The PUMA Jacket Sizing Guide

PUMA jackets are available in UK/US alpha sizing, and range from XXS to 3XL. Before selecting your PUMA jacket, we suggest referring to the chart below to see how this correlates with your usual size.

For example, if you wear a 48-50 in French sizing, you should take a size M in your PUMA jacket.

DEUKFRITESUS
38XXS383838XXS
40 - 42XS40 - 424242XS
44 - 46S44 - 464646S
48 - 50M48 - 505050M
52 - 54L52 - 545454L
56 - 58XL56 - 585858XL
60 - 62XXL60 - 626262XXL
64 - 663XL64 - 6666663XL

How To Care For Your PUMA Jackets

How you care for your PUMA jacket can play a key role in how long your jacket lasts. In order to help you provide the correct care for your garment, we’ve outlined some of our key tips for washing and storing your PUMA jacket below. Before washing your jacket, please see the care label — this will likely be located in the lining of the jacket.

1. Cotton and synthetic fabrics are often safe to be washed normally in a machine with standard laundry detergent. Garments with unique finishes or embellishments may call for special care which will be communicated on the care label.

2. Premium materials such as leather, suede or wool, require more specialized care. Leather cream can be used to spot clean leather styles, while more intensive cleans should be undertaken by a leather care specialist. Suede and wool jackets are likely to require treatment from a dry cleaning service.

Storing your jacket is also important. We recommend storing cotton and synthetic jackets in airtight plastic containers when not in use. For wool garments, it is important to protect against moths with either cedar pieces or other moth-repellent products. 

FAQ

What kind of materials are used to make PUMA’s jackets?

The fabrics used to create PUMA’s men’s jackets are key to its popularity. The outerwear collection offers a combination of classic cotton styles, often used in its heritage-inspired styles, and innovative fabrications such as nylon infused with WindCELL technology. 

Where are PUMA jackets made?

Dedicated to supply chain transparency, PUMA offers a full list of its suppliers on its website under ‘Our Suppliers’. Of its 123 factories, 119 of PUMA’s suppliers sare located in Asia, two in Europe and two in America. The label enforces strict working, social and environmental conditions for all of its partner factories. More information can be found at puma.com.

Are PUMA jackets sustainable?

PUMA’s approach to sustainability is outlined in the label’s 10FOR20 initiative. This project is dedicated to improving a range of practices to ensure the label is acting in the most responsible way possible — from reducing its carbon emissions and electricity usage to sourcing materials with minimal environmental impact.