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Anyone For Tennis With K-Swiss Trainers?

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Although Wimbledon won’t be hosting its international tennis tournament until July it is never too early to invest in a stunning pair of tennis trainers.   Not only have K-Swiss trainers won awards for style, they have also helped tennis players to compete in major championships. K-Swiss describe their trainers as,  being comfortable athletic shoes for the upwardly mobile.  The combination of high performance design for the tennis court and country club style allows the man about town to look and feel good from their toes upwards.

The K-Swiss story started in 1966 when two Swiss brothers moved to California with aspirations of starting their own footwear company.  Surprisingly  it was their interest in skiing that influenced their trainer designs.   Their all leather tennis shoe was inspired by studying leather ski boots.  Apparently tennis and skiing require a tight leather shoe that allows the foot to move left and right. K-Swiss trainers have been so successful that many other trainer companies have based their designs on this successful brand.

There is no mistaking the clean crisp lines of the K-Swiss tennis shoe, all K-Swiss trainers can be identified by the five stripes each side of the shoelaces and the iconic logo situated on the tongue.  At Stand-out.Net we stock a very classic range of K-Swiss trainers that are available in white, black, red and navy allowing you to choose a colour that most suits your wardrobe and clothing needs.

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K-Swiss Belmont Navy/White Canvas Trainers

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These K-Swiss Belmont Trainers are navy and white canvas trainers with rounded toe and K- Swiss logo on the tongue.

K-Swiss White/Neutral Gray Belmont So T Trainers

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Made in canvas with a vulcanised rubber sole these K-Swiss White/Neutral Gray Belmont Trainers have grey stripes on the quarters, lace fastening and rounded toe.  The K-Swiss logo can be found on the tongue.

K-Swiss Navy/Antq White Adcourt LA-SDE Trainers

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Made from navy suede and leather these K-Swiss Adcourt LA SDE Trainers have a lace up feature with metal eyelets, white stripes at its quarters, vulcanised rubber sole, rounded toe, logo to the tongue and stitching detail throughout the whole shoe.

K-Swiss Biking Red/Antq White Adcourt LA-SDE Trainers

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These striking red K-Swiss Adcourt LA SDE Trainers are made from suede and leather, have a lace up feature with stripes in each quarter.  The brand logo is situated on the tongue and the vulcanised rubber sole finishes off its rounded toe style.

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K-Swiss White/Jolly Green Lozan III Trainers

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These classic white leather K-Swiss trainers have the wonderful name of White/Jolly Green Lozan III Trainers. They have green branding on the logo, are padded round the ankles, have a rubber out sole and lace up using metal clips.  The five K-Swiss stripes are embroidered on.

K-Swiss Black/White Arvee 1.5 Trainers

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These K-Swiss Black/White Arvee 1.5 Trainers are made of black leather with subtle white detailing.  Brand detailing can be found on the tongue, toe guard, heel and the side of the boot.  These trainers are slightly raised and are fastened with laces.

K-Swiss White/Neutral Gray Arvee 1.5 Trainers

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These K-Swiss Arvee 1.5 Trainers are made from white leather with muted grey stripes.  Subtle branding can be found on four points around the shoe.  The counter of these trainers is slightly raise and they have a lace fastening.

K-Swiss White/Navy Lozan III Trainers

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If traditional white leather K-Swiss shoes is what you are looking for then these K-Swiss Lozan III Trainers could be what you are looking for. Branding can be found on the tongue and at various other points around the shoe.  It is padded at the ankles, a rubber out sole and metal clips for the laces.

If you would like to see our full range of K-Swiss trainers please click here.  If you would like to enter our competition to win a pair of K-Swiss trainers click here.

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