Shop new markdowns on the most stylish Puma collaborations

Chelsea Stone, CNN Underscored
Updated Mon February 10, 2020

Puma is here to ensure you're well dressed when you hit the gym — or just the streets — this season. The activewear brand has marked down more than 100 new items at its Select Event, so you can look especially cool during the coldest months of the year.

Use promo code SELECT50 to snag 50% off tons of special-editions styles. All the apparel, shoes and accessories in this sale happen to be from Puma's ultra hip collaborations, including limited-run items made in cooperation with Karl Lagerfeld, Sesame Street, Maybelline, Hello Kitty and more. Thus, you likely won't see this stuff again once it goes out of stock.

Just be sure to shop soon, especially since this sale will only last through February 12. Sizes in many of the most popular styles are already limited, and the most coveted items are sure to sell out. Check out our top picks below:

Puma x Maybelline Cap ($TK, originally $35; puma.com)

Pucker up for this black cap made in collaboration with one of the most legendary beauty brands, featuring painted lipstick kisses on the brim.

Puma x Karl Lagerfeld XTG Women's Half Zip Hoodie ($TK, originally $120; puma.com)

This bold red jacket made in collaboration with one of the most iconic high-fashion brands is sure to turn heads whether you're post-workout or just working out your model strut on the street.

Puma x The Godfather Roma Louis Sneakers ($TK, originally $90; puma.com)

With embossed logos and premium leather and suede, this shoe is worthy of its own cinematic masterpiece.

AL x Puma Women's Sweatpants ($TK, originally $60; puma.com)

Supermodel Adriana Lima working with Puma on this pair of sweats that's both functional and stylish.

RS-X Space Agency Sneakers ($TK, originally $120; puma.com)

Not even the sky is the limit when you lace up this pair spacesuit-inspired sneakers by Puma and NASA.

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Note: The prices above reflect the retailer's listed price at the time of publication.