Iconic American footwear brand known for its tennis court shoes has recently relaunched at SM Makati.
Established in 1966, K-Swiss was born from two Swiss brothers’, Art and Ernie Brunner, desire to create a footwear brand focused on tennis.
As avid skiers and tennis players, the brothers took inspiration from leather ski boots to create a court shoe that supported the aggressive side-to-side movement of tennis.
K-Swiss brings to the Philippines its popular designs, including the ST329 sneaker, the original tennis training shoe the brand developed made with durable rubber outsole, sturdy tread, and K-EVA cushioned midsole and full-length memory footbed; CR Castle, made with mesh and leather for lightweight support and breathability;
Altezo, a ‘90s bestseller featuring the brand’s iconic tennis designs with rugged appeal; Clean Court, casual white sneakers; Court Pro II, featuring nubuck upper, metal D-rings, and three-piece toe; and ST429, made with Shock Spring midsole and Ortholite footbed.
K-Swiss is available at selected SM Stores nationwide.
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