Swims introduces its Fall/Winter 2017 Collection







Swims introduces its Fall/Winter 2017 Collection 

 Scandinavian Lifestyle brand SWIMS is pleased to introduce its Fall/Winter 2017 collection. The collection pays homage to the active Scandinavian winter with technical, contemporary footwear, apparel and accessories to keep you fashionable regardless of the weather outside. Designed with diverse urban climates and weather in mind, the collection elegantly blends style and function, ensuring you look your best while staying warm and dry. 


SWIMS is excited to introduce two new footwear lines: Motion and Storm. Designed with a nod to the most advanced sports footwear, the Motion line is SWIMS’ take on a mid-cut slip-on, combining cutting-edge technology and urban style. The Motion Mid-Cut is water-resistant, flexible, lightweight, anti-shock and breathable - perfect for walking through wet city streets or racing through busy metropolitan airports. Inspired by traditional Nordic ski boots, the Storm Line is built for urban explorers undaunted by winter weather. Featuring contemporary design flourishes and rugged, durable outsoles, the line is available in Chelsea, Brogue High and Gaiter styles.


 Additional styles include the Barry Chukka Classic and the Barry Brogue Low, which are classic footwear style reinterpreted with a clean SWIMS design as well as innovative and lightweight materials.

 SWIMS’ popular waterproof bag line - 24h Holdall, 48h Holdall, Attaché and Boston Duffel – is reintroduced with new fabrics, fine leather details, and with a sleeker and more refined look in navy, black and pine green.


 SWIMS’ Fall/Winter 2017 Collection offers stylish options for the avid traveler and city dweller embracing the colder months with function and style.



 For more information, please visit SWIMS’ website at: www.swims.com


Swims introduces its Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Swims introduces its Fall/Winter 2017 Collection Reviewed by Tony G on September 13, 2017 Rating: 5

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