Puma to add shoes to its lineup of sneakers

Puma will begin selling its shoes in 2018 in the U.S., Canada, and Europe, and will continue to add footwear to its existing line of footwear for the next several years.

The footwear is available in black, white, brown, and red.

“The company is excited to continue to introduce Puma shoes to a broad audience and is proud to be able to introduce them to more Americans in the coming years,” Puma CEO Nick Wood said in a statement.

The company launched its shoes as a high-end footwear brand, but has since expanded into casual footwear, athletic shoes, and casual wear.

The brand also began releasing shoes with the Puma logo.

Puma has sold more than 300 million pairs of shoes in the United States, Canada, the U, and Mexico.

“As we continue to expand our footprint, we will be introducing more new and exciting footwear in 2018, including a collection of footwear designed specifically for women,” Pua said.

Pama’s shoes are also now available at Nike, which will begin making them available in 2018.

“We are excited to see Puma continue to embrace the Pumas heritage, and we are confident that our customers will embrace the timeless style and the high-quality craftsmanship of Puma footwear,” Nike President and CEO Stephen Yudof said in the statement.

“This new footwear collection is the culmination of our partnership to introduce more Puma products to the marketplace and it further supports our goal of providing more opportunity to our customers by increasing access to our brand,” Yudsoff added.

The U.K. also plans to begin selling Puma’s shoes in 2019.

“It’s important to us that we have the right footwear to meet our customers’ needs and we look forward to bringing this range of Pumahoes to our U.KS. outlets in 2019,” said Puma UK Head of Marketing, Andrew Smith.

Pumamis shoes will not be available in Europe, where Puma is based.

“While Puma are currently expanding their offerings across Europe, we are working with the European Puma brand partners to bring the Pummy collection to other markets in 2019, including North America,” Smith said.

“Puma’s commitment to a sustainable business model will remain strong, and as we continue our partnership with Puma, we look to continue expanding our footprint across Europe.”

Puma also plans on launching a new range of shoes that will include its iconic sneakers, including the Pura Sandals.