04/02/2015
Let’s go down to the tennis court…

Words by

Arianna Lucente

K-Swiss are coming to Platypus Shoes this February, and we cannot wait to shop these babies in-store.

The famed tennis shoes are still reppin’ the classic ‘90s collection. K-Swiss have just reissued this iconic line, in celebration of their most innovative period, which combined progressive technology with bold styling.

We don’t think we’ll ever get sick of the five-stripe style from this American heritage brand.

Let’s go down to the tennis court (and talk it up like yeah).

platypusshoes.com.au

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