Size and fit

The K-Swiss Hoke CMF is presented in both gender's sizing. Men can pick from sizes 6.5 to 14 while women have sizes 5 to 12 US in medium width. The brand incorporated collar and tongue cushioning for added comfort and support. Meanwhile, the soft fabric lining and the removable memory foam insole delivers superb cozy feel with every stride. This shoe uses the traditional lace-up fastening system for tailored, secure fit.

K-Swiss Hoke CMF Style

The low-top K-Swiss Hoke CMF showcased the crisp and refreshed take on a classic court silhouette. This modernized kick displays timeless details such as the leather five stripes, contrasting heel tab, and stitching on the leather upper. True to its tennis roots, this shoe has clean and straightforward look making it completely easy to style. Most users strut their Hoke CMF with any casual outfit such as jeans, shorts, or joggers paired with plain tees or button-down shirt.

Notable Features

Aside from the striking contrasting heel tab and five stripes details of the K-Swiss Hoke CMF, one feature that makes this pair noteworthy is the two D-rings found in the middle of the lacing system. Apart from the typical five metal eyelets, K-Swiss added two D-rings so that the lace can be thread through faster and easier.

K-Swiss Hoke CMF History

Founded in 1966, K-Swiss Incorporated is considered one of the fastest footwear company in the shoe industry. Swiss brothers Ernest and Art Brunner moved to California from their Swiss Alps origin and bitten by tennis bug in Los Angeles. Their failure to search for a pair of tennis kick that suited their style prompted them into the idea of forming their shoe line.

K-Swiss name was coined from the slang term by the European kids for the word California. 'K' originated from the word 'Kalifornia' and the brothers added their nationality to symbolize the fusion of European and American lifestyle heritages. In the same year it was founded, the brand launched leather tennis footwear and one of the most popular is the K-Swiss Classic.

K-Swiss Classic was molded from key features of ski cleats - three-piece upper, five side bindings, and the five D-ring lacing system. These elements are suitable on the tennis courts as it provided ample ankle support essential in the lateral movements. Since then, K-Swiss turned as staple footwear on the green courts across the United States and beyond.

K-Swiss focused on gaining reputation by word of mouth and did not use any advertisements during its first two decades of existence. Unlike its competitors, K-Swiss relied on the performance and distinctive design of their iconic Classic silhouette. Later on, from tennis kicks, the brand decided to broaden its range of products and included climbing and aerobics footwear.

Fifty years after it was introduced, the K-Swiss remained faithful in delivering premium tennis sneakers with on and off court performance and style. The brand launched the Hoke Comfort Memory Foam iteration which showcases a fresh take on the vintage court sneaker.

Additional Info

  • This product weighs 368.5 grams.
  • It has a hard-wearing rubber outsole for superb traction on any surfaces.
  • K-Swiss Shield logo can be found on the tongue and embossed on the rubber midsole.
  • The insole is made of Comfort Memory Foam that delivers lasting comfort for all-day use.
  • It has perforations on the tongue for breathability.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.