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This stylish sneaker generally runs true to size and can accommodate users with narrow to slightly wide feet. The K-Swiss District comes with a lace-up closure that allows users to adjust the fit according to  their liking. 

The men’s version of this kick is offered in sizes 6.5 to 14, while the women’s version runs between sizes 5 to 11. Half sizes are available so that a precise fit can be obtained.

The K-Swiss District is an athleisure sneaker that looks great with a lot of sporty ensembles. Men can use this kick with black jogger pants and a colored T-shirt. It can also be worn with knee-length shorts and folded denim jeans to show off its eye-catching design.

Ladies may wear this low-top shoe with leggings and a loose shirt. The K-Swiss District also works well with short skirts and ripped jeans.

K-Swiss has effectively brought together modern design, cushioned comfort, and state-of-the-art technology in the District model. This athleisure sneaker features a single mesh upper construction. On the inside, this shoe is fitted with an Ortholite foam for superb cushioning, breathability, lightweight comfort, and moisture management.

This kick also utilizes the Surelite, a supportive and flexible cushioning technology that is encased inside the shoe’s curved sole. The brand’s hallmark five-stripes branding adds to the shoe’s overall athletic look.

Founded in 1966 in California, K-Swiss is among the famous brands that focus on tennis footwear. The brand’s expertise in the sport is clearly seen in both its athletic and athleisure kicks.

The K-Swiss District is an example of how the company can successfully merge design, technology, and comfort. This shoe is packed with comfort-focused innovations in an eye-catching aesthetic.

  • The K-Swiss District is engineered with an IMEVA outsole.
  • Its collar is lined with soft textile for added in-shoe comfort.


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