Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club have entered a four-year kit supply partnership with Puma.
The Club will exclusively wear Puma branded match and training wear throughout the term of the deal with an identical range available through the Trent Bridge shop and online retail service.
The deal marks Puma's first entry into professional cricket kit supply and marks the end of Nottinghamshire's two-year association with MKK Sports.
"Our principle concern when considering kit supply proposals is the need to provide our players with hiqh quality kit."
"We are pleased to have been presented with an opportunity to align Nottinghamshire with such a prestigious brand and look forward to developing a range of kit for the benefit of our players and our supporters," said Nottinghamshire's Commercial Director Justin Tose.
"Our principle concern when considering kit supply proposals is the need to provide our players with hiqh quality kit that can withstand the rigours of professional sport and we had representation from senior players and coaches when we were auditioning suppliers.
"Puma shone through and we look forward to launching a new range."
Puma are well established in the UK football market with long-standing partnerships with several football league clubs and Premier League newcomers Cardiff City and will also partner with a second county cricket club from next season.
The deal was brokered with Genesis Sports, Puma's licensee in the UK and Europe.
Details of the new range will be revealed next month.