Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • Majority of the buyers commended that the K-Swiss Aero Trainer T is a comfortable shoe.
  • The sneaker is lightweight and great for all-day use, according to many users.
  • Some purchasers said that the Aero Trainer T is durable and good for lifting exercises.
  • Most of the buyers said that the sneaker is a steal at $65.
  • There are many colorways to choose from that could go with any outfit, according to some wearers.
  • There were a few people who said that the shoe looks exactly the same as the picture in advertisements.
  • A good majority said that the low-top sneaker is cool and good-looking.

1 reasons not to buy

  • One wearer noticed that the low-top K-Swiss Aero Trainer T fits large as the fabric stretches easily.

Bottom line

The K-Swiss Aero Trainer T is among the newest athleisure products off the block. Since its release, it has delivered nothing but pure comfort and style for different wearers. Its durable outsole and significant elements remain of top quality.

A lot of people commended the breathable mesh upper as it helps keep the foot dry and cool, though users must be careful not to wet the fabric upper as it is absorbent. Nevertheless, the majority still applaud the overall classic look and feel of the sneaker. It also delivers value for money for its function, comfort, style and durability.

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Good to know

The K-Swiss Aero Trainer T is available in both men and women sizing. Men have a size range of 6 to 15 US while women have sizes stretching from 4 to 13. The sneaker runs true to size for most of the wearers. The upper of the shoe is made up of breathable mesh and a traditional lace closure system for a custom fit. The rubber outsole provides grip and traction for various surfaces.

The low-top sneaker is an entry to the athleisure trend that has shown versatility and style. It is court-inspired with a woven mesh upper that promotes comfort. The signature rubber cup sole has the iconic 5 stripes which are welded. The Aero Trainer T comes in different colorways which can easily be worn anytime anywhere. An ideal gym shoe, it is very lightweight and perfect for doing athletic activities.

Most wearers sport their Aero Trainer T on jeans and shorts, with or without socks and finish it off with plain colored tops or a jacket for a smart casual getup. The ladies pair the sneaker with leggings, shorts or shirt dresses and baby tees, or tank tops.

The K-Swiss Aero Trainer T as a whole is an epitome of excellence. But what makes it more alluring is its premium mesh upper. It is lightweight and breathable keeping the foot comfortable and ventilated. The mesh has a subtle pattern woven which adds dimension to the shoe.

In 1966, two Swiss brothers, Ernest and Art Brunner moved to California and started their own company. They focused on designing tennis shoes which were not only stylish but also comfortable and durable. The brand K-Swiss was coined to be a combination of their Swiss and American heritage. The “K” meant Kalifornia which was slang for the state in the 60s.

Their first creation was the Classic, an all-leather tennis shoe which is based on ski-boot binding. In 1990, the company went public and was also deemed “Company of the Year” by Footwear News magazine. The following year, they opened distribution in Europe and UK. Fast forward to 2005, K-Swiss gained over $500 million in global sales.

To this day, the company has been producing classic tennis shoes that fit any lifestyle for all generations. And one of that is the K-Swiss Aero Trainer T which takes athleisure to the next level. It is perfect on and off the courts which promotes comfort, function and style. The shoe is set to be a favorite everyday K-Swiss sneaker for different generations.

  • The K-Swiss Aero Trainer T has a Die-cut EVA sock liner that adds cushion to the bottom.
  • A durable, molded rubber outsole offers traction for different surfaces.
  • There is a textile collar lining for comfort.


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