The origins of the current company can be traced back to 1924 when Adolf Dassler, the son of the shoemaker Christoph von Wilhelm Dassler...
ASICS, also known as Onitsuka Tiger, is a Japanese sports goods company founded in 1949. It produces mainly running shoes but also many other sports disciplines.
The company's most famous product is the All Star Converse model, designed in 1923 by Chuck Taylor, a professional basketball player.
In 1911 the Fila brothers set up a company that produced underwear in the province of Biella.
Hoka One One is an athletic shoe company originally from France. The brand has attracted attention in the running industry with the production of shoes with large soles, dubbed "maximalist" shoes due to extra cushion ...
In 1906, William J. Riley, a thirty-three-year-old English immigrant, founded the New Balance Arch Support Company in Boston, producing arch supports and other accessories that improve the fit of shoes.
Around the mid-sixties of the last century, Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight founded Blue Ribbons Sports, which then will become what everyone knows today as Nike.
The company was founded, with the name Gebrüder Dassler Schuhfabrik, in 1924 in Germany by Rudolf Dassler, brother of Adolf Dassler, who a year later will be founder of Adidas.
Reebok International Limited is a US industrial company specializing in the production of sporting goods and accessories.
Timberland shoes have for years been considered a guarantee of quality, comfort, comfort, the best choice for outdoor life and at the same time trendy footwear that never goes out of style.
The Van Doren Rubber Company, better known as Vans, is an American skate shoe factory founded on March 16, 1966 by Paul Van Doren, Gordon C. Lee, James Van Doren and Serge D'Elia.
Wear the fruit of a clash of eras with the Nike Waffle Racer. It features old-school running details like the moccasin-inspired upper and the iconic waffle sole.