K-SWISS TENNIS - THE LATEST COLLECTION
K-SWISS offers tennis shoes and tennis clothing, with the sports shoes being the flagship of this relatively young brand. The original first K-SWISS shoe model, the "Classic" with the five white stripes is now available in its original design and equipped with the latest technology as part of the Remastered series. The first K-SWISS shoe of this kind was worn at Wimbledon in 1966. It was designed to be perfectly tailored to the needs of athletes. Better cushioned and more stable during jerky lateral movements, it promised not only to look good but also to be functional. If you're not a fan of the retro look, K-Swiss products are of course also available in contemporary colours and trendy styles. Ever since Steve Nichols reoriented K-Swiss in the 1990s, the brand has also set the fashion tone.
AMBITIOUS TENNIS PLAYERS LOVE K-SWISS COMPETITION SHOES
To deliver real high-performance in tennis, know-how and technology are just as helpful in the manufacture of the equipment as they are in the game. The K-Swiss universe of tennis shoe technology has produced great and helpful innovations. The K-Swiss 7.0 system represents the highest level of development. The K-Swiss Aösta rubber sole ensures that the tennis shoes live for a long time even under heavy use. The K-Swiss Dragguard, an extra abrasion protection, does the rest. Important for playing comfort are the Dual Density Posting, a support system that offers enormous stability, and the GuideGlide, a patented midsole construction that consistently keeps the runner on the right track.
They are combined with the Flow Cool System, which keeps the foot nice and dry by tackling ventilation and moisture management. Of course, the inside of a tennis shoe is also significant. This is where K-Swiss Shock Spring, Ortholite, K-EVA and Heel Grip Lining come into play, assuring the best cushioning, an antibacterial effect and sweat minimisation as well as an optimal fit thanks to a specially woven inner lining. All of this comes together in the K-Swiss BigShot, which was named the most responsive tennis shoe in a series of tests by the P3 Sports Institute. Another popular shoe with tournament players is the K-Swiss Tubes Tennis. This may be due to the fact that Tommy Haas, Mardy Fish and other tennis professionals also helped develop the "miSoul K-Swiss technology".