We're excited to introduce Parisian brand Spring Court amongst our ranks. Read on to find out all about the quintessential tennis shoes.
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The brand's history begins in the outskirts of Paris in 1870, long before the trainers as we know them were developed. It was in 1936 that George Grimmeisen, a tennis enthusiast, took his grandfather's rubber factory business to the next level. That's how Spring Court was born. Spring Court shoes quickly became popular among professional tennis players and amateurs alike.
Spring Court Trainers
Whether you prefer high or low tops, Spring court trainers can offer you both. As it usually goes with tennis shoes, their aesthetic is simple and doesn't rely on heavy branding. Thanks to that, they're a great match for any type of outfit on and off court.
Featuring thick cotton canvas uppers and removable cotton insoles, these trainers are super easy to keep clean as you can just pop them in your washing machine. Other main features include the brand label stitched on the tongue and trademark ventilation holes in the rubber sole.
Spring Court trainers are part of those heritage tennis trainers we all love such as Converse Jack Purcell and Le Coq Sportif. Thanks to their practical yet elegant aesthetic, they can be paired with any outfit you could possibly imagine.
On That Note
So there you have it, our quick introduction to Spring Court trainers. If you're looking for an alternative pair of shoes to your beaten up Converse, these tennis shoes will definitely suit your needs. Follow the link below to have a look at the rest of our exciting selection of new arrivals!