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The men’s shoe, K-Swiss Classico Sport is built with a neoprene cleatie construction that provides a sock-like fit for the wearer. The traditional lace-up front gives an opportunity to the wearer to adjust the shoe and lockdown their foot in a comfortable fit. The low-top sneaker is offered in medium width, and is available from size 6.5 US to size 15 US. Women may grab a pair of the K-Swiss Classico Sport by reducing 1.5 from the men’s sizing.
“A modern sneaker with a high-fashion influence,” as what the brand describes its own K-Swiss Classico Sport, and that says it all. The low-top silhouette displays a classic look that offers a bold style.
The K-Swiss Classico Sport adds spice to one’s wardrobe with its clean and sleek yet rather fashion-forward appeal which keeps the wearer on trend. Flexibility is among the silhouette’s characteristics as it exhibits its stylish ability that proves its belongingness in the fashion industry.
The gun-metal finished D-rings of the K-Swiss Classico Sport serves as an accent for the silhouette as it is also a signature element for a K-Swiss shoe. The upper leather structure of the low-top shoe delivers a stylishly crisp appearance, and its chunky sole gives more impact to its striking appeal.
Swiss brothers, Ernest and Art Brunner established K-Swiss in 1966. The brothers exchanged their home in the Alps for the Californian Southern shores. A search for the durable, comfortable, and stylish pair of tennis shoes after being bitten by a tennis bug led the brothers nowhere. But that was what made them realize their opportunity and develop a tennis specific shoe of their own.
The first tennis shoe that was all-leather, the K-Swiss Classic was also released in 1966. The silhouette then immediately acquired global popularity. It also gained the image of being a style statement not just on the court but all off-court. The second style from K-Swiss was then introduced in the year 1986, the Gstaad.
Also in 1986, Steven Nichols purchased K-Swiss, as he perceived the capability of the “country club” footwear brand. By 1990, the brand released its high-top version of the K-Swiss Classic.
Throughout the years, K-Swiss continues to expand and introduced additional collections. Their silhouettes always have distinctive designs that portray a timeless style. The K-Swiss Classico Sport lives up to the brand’s stylish stature and offers a classic appeal. The clean and sleek design of the sneaker with its leather upper and thick cupsole.
- The sneaker is built with soft textile linings.
- The durable outsole of the sneaker is man-made.
- Italian-inspired stitching can be observed on the shoe, displaying an “edgier take on a modern luxury sneaker.”
- The K-Swiss Classico Sport is handmade in Portugal.
- A debossed heat K-Swiss branding on the sides of the sneaker.
- The shoe is built with a lightly cushioned footbed along with a molded EVA sock liner.