SWIMS - MOTION MID CUT // #SWIMSofficial



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.

Our good friend Maxime sent a pair over for us to check out....

Photo Credit: Damion Singh / FADED4U

"MOTION MID CUT"

 This is our take on a mid-cut slip-on. The Motion Mid-Cut, combining advanced technology with urban style, is the lightest, most flexible leisure footwear to take you through the fall season. The waterproof membrane will keep you dry and warm while the knitted and molded technique used on the upper will you comfortable in style

EVA INSOLE
- Anti-bacterial Ventilation system Anti-odor Soft and Comfy / Shock-absorbing -

SEAMLESS TPU

ELASTIC
- Slip-on Slip-off -

KNITTED UPPER
- Breathable Flexible -

RUBBER OUTSOLE
- 100% Natural Rubber Non-Marking Anti-Slip Grip -

MULTI-FUNCTION MEMBRANE
-Waterproof Breathable -

STEAMED TPU
- Super-Light Soft Bounce Super-Flexible -


 Inspired by the aesthetics of modern sports footwear, the Motion is the lightest, most flexible, most comfortable line of leisure footwear for the fall season. The contemporary look, combined with an abundance of function, is designed as a silver lining in the otherwise gray fall season. Your dark savior, your lightest transportation, your most comfortable leisure.




SWIMS - MOTION MID CUT // #SWIMSofficial SWIMS - MOTION MID CUT // #SWIMSofficial Reviewed by Tony G on October 03, 2017 Rating: 5

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