K-Swiss is a publicly traded company, located in Westlake Village, CA, founded by two Swiss brothers. The brothers, avid tennis players, were seeking to create a better performance product introduced the first all-leather tennis sneaker, the K-Swiss "Classic" in 1966. K-Swiss currently makes tennis, running, training, lifestyle footwear and apparel. K-Swiss has shown its serious commitment to running and triathlon with the development of top-performing products that are made to endure the rigorous training of competition of endurance athletes.
K-Swiss supports a growing roster of triathletes, Olympians and Ironman champions including Terenzo Bozzone, Bree Wee, Hillary Biscay, Leanda Cave, Gina Ferguson, Belinda Granger, Heather Gollnick, Chris Lieto, Matt Lieto, Luke McKenzie, Kim Loeffler and Matt Reed. They are committed to making quality products for their athletes and the athletes of the world.