Verdict from +100 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Consumers especially love the K-Swiss Court Pro II CMF's simple and timeless aesthetic.
  • Majority of the shoe users find the sneaker to be comfortable.
  • A couple of practical shoppers were delighted that the shoe is very easy to incorporate into a multitude of ensembles.
  • It is very easy to clean, according to a reviewer's opinion.
  • Most commenters adore the pair's design and found it to be stylish.
  • A handful of purchasers say that they had to buy multiple pairs so that they would have immediate backups.
  • Several wearers commend the shoe for being of excellent quality.
  • A good number of buyers say that this is among affordable K-Swiss tennis sneakers with excellent value for money.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Most of the reviewers say that the shoe fits wider than standard shoe sizes.
  • A number of commenters complain how the insoles felt too flat for their feet.

Bottom line

Armed with classic K-Swiss styling, the Court Pro II CMF exudes a timeless and versatile look that could prove practical in today's fast-paced sneaker trends. This sneaker seamlessly fuses sophistication and comfort, which makes for ideal footwear for day-to-night wear. Despite some issues, the shoes continue to win consumers over due to its premium look, versatility, impeccable quality, and affordable price.

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Good to know

The K-Swiss Court Pro II CMF is available in both men and women’s sizes. The brand inserted memory foam insole that provides added cushioning and in-step comfort.

Outfitted in classic K-Swiss look, the Court Pro II CMF exudes a stylishly timeless design that could go beyond trends and easily incorporate into a wide array of casual outfits. The shoe's simple aesthetic is laden with clean, crisp lines that make for an eye-catching pair to finish your look.

Strut your stuff with a street-inspired style by matching this shoe with jeans, joggers or shorts and a T-shirt for an effortlessly cool ensemble. Or you could also dress it up during days you feel extra by pairing it with chinos or khakis for the men and dresses or skirts for the women.

This shoe’s simplicity, versatility, and recognizable K-Swiss styling are its strong points. Armed with the brand’s signature metal D-ring eyelets, three-piece toe for durability, and iconic five-stripe branding, the K-Swiss Court Pro II CMF appealed to many K-Swiss and retro sneaker fans.

Founded by two Swiss brothers named Ernest and Art Brunner in the 60s, K-Swiss was created when the brothers failed to find their ideal tennis shoe. The Brunner duo wanted a durable leather tennis shoe, and once they found out that it hasn't been developed yet, they took it as a business opportunity and launched the brand along with the first ever premium leather tennis shoe in 1966.

This leather tennis footwear was dubbed as the Classic and was inspired by the three-piece toe design with five side bindings and metal D-ring eyelets of the ski cleat. These features proved to be useful during the lateral movements while playing tennis. Since the introduction of the Classic, K-Swiss has evolved and expanded their product lineup with more and more merchandise.

One of their many footwear offerings is the K-Swiss Court Pro II CMF, a low-top sneaker with a leather upper and classic K-Swiss aesthetic. The sneaker is available in a number of neutral colorway options which include White/Silver, Black/Gunmetal, White/Charcoal/White and White/Navy/White to cater to different styles and tastes.

  • The K-Swiss Court Pro II CMF retails for $55.
  • Perforation holes are placed on the medial side of the shoe for enhanced breathability.


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