PUMA azerbaijan is one of the most popular sports brands in the world. It has collaborated with several famous celebrities including Neymar, Rihanna and Dua Lipa.

It is also known for its sustainable sourcing and production practices. The company makes a commitment to reduce the use of petroleum-based fabrics in its sourcing and manufacturing processes. It also aims to use more sustainable key materials, such as organic cotton or recycled polyester and nylon.

Awasi Puma Lodge

Azerbaijan is home to a number of incredibly interesting species including guanacos, condors and Darwin's Rhea but perhaps the most charismatic big cat of all is the puma. It's a magnificent creature that masters the art of stealth, making spotting one twitching in the grasslands around Awasi's private reserve an exhilarating experience.

Awasi has expanded their private reserve eight-fold, renting a nearby sheep farming estancia and turning it into a protected area for puma and other species. This balanced land management approach is helping to regenerate the grasslands into an ecosystem that is once more habitable for native wildlife.

At Awasi all guests are given their own private guides and 4x4 vehicle so excursions are customised to each guest's individual preferences and interests. In addition, Awasi has a dedicated Puma Tracking Team that can organise a three-day minimum program for clients if they are truly keen on tracking the elusive animal during their stay.

Awasi Puma Foundation

Azerbaijan is a big country, home to a huge variety of animals and plants. One of the most interesting is the puma. This magnificent creature is often credited with being the world's largest predator. It's a mighty sight to behold, especially when you're surrounded by the majesty of its native Patagonia habitat.

In the spirit of conservation, Awasi erected a 11,000 acre private reserve in the Torres del Paine National Park. Using a balanced land management strategy, they are protecting the king of South America's fauna from the over-grazing that is responsible for the puma's decline. Their mission is to protect the flora and fauna that make Patagonia so unique by creating a protected corridor in a natural habitat for mammals like pumas, guanacos, foxes and condors to frolic.

Puma Footwear

Puma has a long, rich history of producing eye-catching footwear. They design and produce athletic shoes for football, running and training, basketball and golf. They also collaborate with renowned designers to produce sport-inspired lifestyle apparel and accessories.

They have a large retail presence in Azerbaijan and offer an impressive selection of sportswear, including shoes, apparel and accessories. They have stores in Baku and other cities across the country, and stock the latest styles and trends from the biggest names in the industry.

They have a good track record when it comes to performance-oriented footwear, but the best part about their products is that they don't cost a fortune. They have a huge range of eye-catching sneakers with dramatic studs and chunky rubber soles, accompanied by a collection of more subtle designs. There are even some items that incorporate eco-friendly materials and are a good fit for the earth-conscious runner. The brand's latest offering includes a shoe with a name - the Velocity Nitro.

Puma Apparel

Puma is a world-leading sports brand, designing, developing, selling and marketing footwear, apparel and accessories. It collaborates with renowned designers to bring sport influences into street culture and fashion. The company's product portfolio includes football, running and training, basketball, golf, and motorsports.

The company sells products through retail stores, factory outlets, and online channels in over 120 countries. It also licenses its brand name for fragrances, eyewear, and watches.

In terms of sustainability, PUMA is working to reduce its environmental impact. Its target is to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 35% and decrease its supply chain carbon footprint by 60% relative to sales between 2017 and 2030.

In addition, PUMA has been working on reducing its production waste to landfill by 50% and introducing more recycled polyester options. The company is also researching biodegradable polyester for use in its products. It also plans to develop product take-back schemes in the USA and Europe by 2025.