Size and fit

The K-Swiss Clean Court CMF is offered in men's and women's sizing. Men can pick from sizes 6 to 15 and women have sizes 5 to 12 US both in medium width. This model mostly runs true to size. It has padded collar and tongue and a memory foam footbed to boost the all-day comfort in every stride. It has an easy lace-up closure system with tonal shoelaces for a secure fit.

K-Swiss Clean Court CMF Style

The low-top K-Swiss Clean Court CMF displays simplified classic court footwear that delivers ample amount of performance and style. This reimagined retro shoe has a smooth leather upper with perforated K-Swiss five stripes for a sleek and modern look. Meanwhile, the tonal shoelaces with contrasting heel tab add striking design.

This shoe is so versatile and can go well with any laidback guise. Some men style their K-Swiss Clean Court CMF with joggers, denim jeans, skinnies, rolled up khakis, while others sport this with sporty activewear get-up. Most of them finish their entire guise with plain or graphic tees with a jacket or unbuttoned polo shirt for a complete relaxed look.

For the ladies, some opt to don their Clean Courts with legging, shorts, tattered jeans with hoodies or a simple t-shirt. For a more exciting look, some wear this with their shirt or floral dresses or mini skirts.

Notable Features

The clean, simple, and versatile look of the K-Swiss Clean Court CMF display sophistication without being overboard. Many notice the similarity of this shoe to the widely popular Adidas Stan Smith with its texturized heel tab panel and perforated iconic K-Swiss five stripes. These features were adored so much by many buyers that they consider the Clean Court CMF as the more affordable and more durable alternative to the Stan Smith.

K-Swiss Clean Court CMF History

Back in 1966, two Swiss brothers Earnest and Art Brunner moved to California and instituted their footwear enterprise under the name of K-Swiss. The Brunner’s, who are die-hard skiers and tennis players, changed the sneaker landscape when they dropped a tennis-centric shoe that responded to the specific needs of court athletes.

The shoe in reference is known today as the Classic, but back then it was just popularly identified on and off the court as K-Swiss, recognized for its clean leather façade and D-ring lacing feature. Taking inspiration from ski cleats, this sneaker was designed for intense use as it was structured with a reinforced upper structure and a shock-absorbing sole.

The brand prompted to release several other tennis shoe models hence after which includes the K-Swiss Gstaad and K- Swiss Si-18 International that quickly gained the approval of tennis aficionados. Over 50 years later, these court styles remain to be relevant not as performance shoes but as casual everyday sneakers.

One of the modern interpretations is the K-Swiss Quick Court CMF. This version is made to be supremely comfortable with the addition of the Comfort Memory Foam unit. The tonal stitching on the upper and debossed K-Swiss branding give this lifestyle kick a minimalistic vibe that’s fitting for urban street styling.

Additional Info

  • This product weighs approximately 340 grams.
  • The K-Swiss branding can be found at the heel and on the tongue.
  • It has a chunky rubber sole to provide exceptional traction.
  • This shoe has the Comfort Memory Foam insole technology to deliver superb comfort with every stride.


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