Size and fit

The K-Swiss Tubes Millennia CMF can be availed in men's or women's sizing. Men can pick from sizes 6.5 to 14 while women can choose from sizes 5 to 11 US in medium width. The cleatie-style construction using textile lining provides next to skin feel to boost the all-day comfort. Also, the removable Comfort Memory Foam insole gave a superb cozy and supported feel with every stride amped with a secure and tailored fit of the lace-up fastening system.

K-Swiss Tubes Millennia CMF Style

The low-top K-Swiss Tubes Millennia CMF was designed fitting the wearers with stylish and active lifestyle. Its upper is made of breathable mesh with reinforcements for added durability. The upper rests on noteworthy molded EVA midsole to enhance the athletic yet modish look. To wear this, many users match this shoe up with their active wear for ready-for-the-gym getup while some opt to sport this with a street-style ensemble like jeans, skinnies, or shorts.

Notable Features

The overall athletic features of the K-Swiss Tubes Millennia CMF make this shoe praiseworthy for the majority of buyers and onlookers. The mesh upper with synthetic reinforcements and textile lining boost the modernized sporty look. Meanwhile, the updated K-Swiss Tubes rubber sole in figure '8' provides a strikingly unique feature to this sneaker.

K-Swiss Tubes Millennia CMF History

Swiss brothers Ernest and Art Brunner founded the K-Swiss Incorporated in 1966. They were prompted to form their shoe company when they could not find a suitable pair of tennis shoes. They saw the potential in the tennis shoe market; thus launched their first store in Los Angeles, California.

Brunner brothers coined their company name from the word 'Kalifornia,' the slang term of European kids to California. They took the K from the slang word and added their nationality to symbolize fusion of European and American athletic and lifestyle footwear.

The company launched the first ever leather tennis shoe called the K-Swiss Classic. This iconic silhouette featured the premium leather upper with hints of ski cleats elements such as three-piece upper with five side bindings and five D-ring lacing system. These features deliver ample ankle support fitting for the quick lateral movements on the tennis courts. Since then, the Classic became an indispensable pair on the courts across the continents.

In its first two decades of existence, K-Swiss did not use any advertisements and preferred gaining a good reputation by word of mouth. The brand banked on the high-performance features and timeless look of their most popular silhouette, the Classic. Years passed, the brand expanded its products and began offering climbing and aerobics footwear.

K-Swiss added another model to its breadth of stylish and high-performance sneakers. The K-Swiss Tubes Millennia CMF combined all the elements of a durable sneaker with fashion-forward, modern look. The brand added the K-Swiss Tubes technology that delivers superb cushioning and lightweight details for a unique and on-trend look.

Additional Info

  • This product approximately weighs 283 grams.
  • It has the K-Swiss Tubes technology was launched in 2010 that delivers dynamic cushioning in figure '8' format for cleaner and stylish look.
  • It has the Comfort Memory Foam footbed that provides long-lasting comfort for everyday use.
  • It has durable molded rubber outsole for reliable traction.


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