A Leader in Tennis Shoe Innovation Since 1966
The K-Swiss “Classic” made its debut at Wimbledon in 1966 as the first leather tennis shoe worn in professional competition. Today, K-Swiss continues to be a leader in professional tennis shoe production—including K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes—which are sought by world-class ATP and WTA players around the world.
K-Swiss Glaciator Tennis Shoes Provides the Ultimate Cooling System
The K-Swiss Glaciator was designed to keep player's feet cool even in the hottest weather. Fautax moisture management technology keep feet ventilated, while a Heat Deflection Core system forces air inside the shoe to wick moisture away from feet, leaving them dry and comfortable.
Other design features of the K-Swiss Glaciator include:
• Durable Aosta 7.0 non-marking rubber with herringbone outsole for traction on all court surfaces.
• DuraFlow uppers combine mesh with a durable poly/nylon to minimize weight while providing stability.
• EVA midsole and TPU Cushion Board construction for lightweight, but firm support.
• Shock Spring layers in the heel and forefoot for increased cushioning.
• DragGuard in the heel areas for extra durability, with DuraWrap XDE high-abrasion toe guard.
K-Swiss Glaciator Tennis Shoes Are Fit For All Court Surfaces
Players who play mostly on soft court surfaces such as clay or grass should select tennis shoes that provide good traction, whereas players who play mostly on hard surfaces such as concrete need to select tennis shoes built for durability.
K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes, including K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes for women and K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes for men, are built to accommodate all court surfaces—promoting support and damage-free play to your feet, and the tennis court.
When Should You Replace Your K-Swiss Glaciator Tennis Shoes?
The general rule is that you should replace your tennis shoes after 500 miles of wear. Signs that your shoes are reaching this point include a less-distinct tread pattern on the sole with visible smooth spots, loss of lateral support, and decreased cushioning.
All of these signs of wear indicate that you need to replace your K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes, as shoes that are excessively worn can increase injury due to slipping from compromised soles.
Here at Do It Tennis, we can help you find the best K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes and K-Swiss apparel to fit your style and budget—including K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes for women and K-Swiss Glaciator tennis shoes for men. Call us today at (866) 900-3648, and ask our Match Point Club program to start earning points towards FREE tennis gear.