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K-Swiss Classic “Pancho Gonzales” Detailed Images

K-Swiss Classic Pancho Gonzales

The K-Swiss Classic hails from 1966, serving as one of the definitive tennis shoes of its era and a timeless classic, as its name implies. This August, the legendary model celebrates a legend of its game, fifteen-time Pro Slam title winner Pancho Gonzales.

Pancho Gonzales is a true great. Regard by many as the greatest male to play the game, Pancho was ranked number 1 in the world for an unequaled eight years during the 1950s and 60s. His largely self taught game made him unique, with the resume to back his play. Pancho‚Äôs legacy and Mexican-American heritage are celebrated on a signature range of the K-Swiss Classic. White, black, and grey colorways sport Mexican and American flag colors, assisted by Pancho tagging on the heel and tongue. Check out detailed shots of the black pair below and look for the K-Swiss Classic “Pancho Gonzales” series to release this August at K-Swiss.

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Kenny Appoints Himself MFCEO of K-Swiss

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Check out the latest antics of baseball’s Kenny Powers for K-Swiss.

UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce Launch Event Recap

UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce Launch Event Recap

In honor of the newly-released UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce, the LA retailer’s La Brea location played host to a release event last weekend. Five colorways of the clean collaborative kicks

UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce

UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce

UNDFTD may be the most established name in sneaker collaborations, so when you see the five strikes logo on the insole of a pair of kicks, you can count on

UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce

UNDFTD x K-Swiss Deuce

UNDFTD’s next collaborative sneaker, the K-Swiss Deuce, is set to release in five colorways soon. Each pair utilizes a monochromatic canvas upper, white midsole and gum toe cap. Details include

Video: Kenny Powers for K-Swiss Tubes

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K-Swiss teams up with Eastbound and Down‘s Kenny Powers for the launch of their K-Swiss Tubes training campaign.? With seemingly every major brand making a push in the training market