What to buy during PUMA's Black Friday-beating sale of the year

PUMA is beating its own Black Friday sale, which only took 30 percent off shoppers' entire purchases. Through December 8, PUMA is cutting 50 percent off its inventory  site wide, including sale items. This is the best discount we've seen from the popular shoe retailer all year. 

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Customers shop at a PUMA outlet. The German sportswear firm Puma reported its first increase in footwear sales in almost two years and strong sales of its Arsenal jerseys as it increased its sales target for 2014.

There's never been a better time to stock up on sporty styles. Through December 8, PUMA is cutting 50% off sitewide, including sale items, via coupon code "PUMA14DEALNEWS". What's more, every order receives free shipping. That beats PUMA's Black Friday sale (which only took 30% off), and is easily the best sitewide discount we've seen from this merchant all year. Read on to see our picks from this stellar sale!

PUMA Women's French Terry Sweatshirt

Price: $24 via coupon code "PUMA14DEALNEWS" with free shipping
Lowest By: $36
Is It Worth It?: For sweats you won't be embarrassed to be seen in, look no further than the PUMA French Terry sweatshirt. Available in four colors (Cerise Heather pictured), it sports a drawstring neckline and is constructed from a soft cotton blend. A $36 price low, this sweatshirt comes in sizes XS to XL, but not in all size/color combinations.

PUMA Men's PowerLift Spark Running Shoes

Price: $55 via coupon code "PUMA14DEALNEWS" with free shipping
Lowest By: $55
Is It Worth It?: You can't have a roundup of PUMA deals without awesome footwear. A massive $55 savings, the Powerlift Spark running shoes feature a bold design and mid-rise support. Available in Black-Silver Metallic, they're available in select sizes from 7 to 12.

PUMA Kids' Speeder Illuminescent Light-Up Sneakers

Price: $20 via coupon code "PUMA14DEALNEWS" with free shipping
Lowest By: $3
Is It Worth It?: Every kid loves a pair of light-up sneakers, and every parent loves a bargain! These shoes feature two hook-and-loop closure straps for easy on and off, as well as rubber soles to keep little steps stable. Available in Cerise-Dubarry, Limoges-Lime Green, and Fuchsia Red-Fuchsia Pink, they come in sizes 6 to 13, but not in all color/size combinations.

PUMA Archetype Heritage Backpack

Price: $16 via coupon code "PUMA14DEALNEWS" with free shipping
Lowest By: $16
Is It Worth It?: If you got stuff to haul, haul it in style with this simple (yet stylish) backpack. A $16 savings, it features a two-way zippered main compartment, an internal padded laptop sleeve, dual water bottle side pockets, one front zippered pocket with organizer, and adjustable shoulder straps.

PUMA Heritage Grip Bag

Price: $28 via coupon code "PUMA14DEALNEWS" with free shippingEXPIRED
Lowest By: $17
Is It Worth It?: Looking for a gym bag you can take to the office? The PUMA Heritage Grip bag features zippered closure, a removable shoulder strap, and a fleece-lined laptop compartment. Plus, the coupon above knocks it down to $28, saving you $17.

Marcy Bonebright is a features editor for DealNews.com, where this article first appeared. 

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