K-Swiss – Hederus for K-Swiss Pack

September 26, 2008 BY

RATE THIS
0.00 / 5 (NO VOTES YET)
RATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THISRATE THIS
Loading...Loading...

k-swiss-x-hederus-1.jpg

K-Swiss is a brand with alot of history, but seemingly not alot going for it in today’s fashion-forward market (take for example the fact that we don’t even have a K-Swiss category under which to post this blog 😉 . Their signature white tennis shoes, complete with five stripes (think Adidas + 2), have been around since 1966. While they sold half a billion dollars worth of classically-styled kicks last year, their Royal Elastics brand is more appealing in the minds of most sneakerheads.

Quietly selling 500mm worth of shoes and apparel is no easy feat, so K-Swiss is looking to get in on some of the collabo hype. Here we see a set of geometrically inspired designs by Julia Hederus, a masters student who created this pack as part of her work toward that degree.

 

There are two lows and a hightop, each in all white.  All three have “HEDERUS” embroidery on the tongue in a tonal stitch.  The high and one low have lace covers that resemble something from a pop-up book, while the uncovered low has rectangular detailing on the side panels.

No release date as of yet, but you’ll find a list of the few Euro boutiques that will be stocking these soon at the official Hederus for K-Swiss site. Thanks, SneakerFreaker.

 

k-swiss-x-hederus-2.jpg

k-swiss-x-hederus-3.jpg

 

 

k-swiss-x-hederus-4.jpg

k-swiss-x-hederus-5.jpg

 

Loading...

Filed under: Collaboration Dope Kicks Europe Exclusive Lifestyle Sneakers Upcoming Sneakers

latest posts
Loading...
Load more posts

Get the latest News and Releases to your inbox

New Videos

Is the adidas' Futurecraft 4D the future of sneakers? by SneakerNews

How Kaws got to design an Air Jordan IV. by SneakerNews

Popular Posts

720117

Klay Thompson’s ANTA KT3 Might Be The Best Chinese Basketball Shoe Ever by Patrick Johnson

720012

John Mayer Teams With Nike To Release Limited Air Max 90 “Spirit Level” by Patrick Johnson

720175

A USA-Themed Nike Air Max 97 Is Coming Soon by Zack Schlemmer

719783

The Nike Flyknit Trainer Retro Arrives In One Week by Sneaker News

720043

Sneakersnstuff Opens Raffle For Tom Sachs x Nike Mars Yard 2.0 by Zack Schlemmer

Top Categories

  • Select Category

Archives

Sneaker Archive

MENU