Ladies - release the more daring inner you!
The New Kopey Hi Patent Boot has a small chunky heel, adding edge to your style. One of this seasons latest must haves, the Kopey Hi has a patent finish meaning they are super easy to keep clean.
Guys - there's a style for you!
This seasons laidback classic boot has been updated in beautiful autumnal colourways of Navy and Tan.
Contrast stitching and fleurette gives the style some subtle colour pops, balancing heritage with modern construction.
Youth had always been the focus of the long-standing Parisian family business, which specialized in luxury shoes for children. But by the late '60s, changes in wider French society were threatening the company's future. One day the chairman found himself staring at a poster for the hippie musical 'Hair'. The musical's stars, with their long hair, denim jeans and bright shirts, represented a new casual era - but there wasn't a shoe to complete their relaxed look. The following year, 1970, saw the launch of the first Kickers boot: The Legend. Freedom of movement was enhanced by the crepe soles and soft nubuck leather of the uppers. Flower Power was celebrated in the heat-stamped 'fleurette' tag dangling from the laces.
Kickers offered a little bit of rebellion for everyday life; especially at school or on the terraces where they offered a durable break from the boring, standardized choices for men. Neither bovver boot nor rudeboy shoe but something in between; Kickers had a foot in both aspects of modern British music culture.
In 1990, Hacienda DJs from bands like Candy Flip, propelled the rave-related 'Baggy' look from the Top of the Pops, with Kickers bright red boots. Liverpool band The Farm cover featured a sheep in red Kick Hi's. Kickers had stealthily become an integral part of the 'Freedom to Party' dress code, worn as an expression of defiance against the government's crackdown on outdoor raves and 'repetitive beats'.
Kickers started out designing shoes in 1970 as a solution to the lack of footwear available for the blue jean generation. In 1975 the Kickers Kick Hi shoe was born and went on to firmly establish the brand as key player in the European shoe market.
With links to you and music culture Kickers shoes have always carried an edgy anti establishment image thanks to its use a club shoe to get around the no trainers policy of many clubs in the 90s. This along with their striking looks and durability has led to Kickers shoes becoming hugely popular in the UK.
In our online Kickers store youll find an extensive range for all the family from a huge selection of menswear featuring jeans, shirts and knitwear, to Womens shoes and boots, to Kickers shoes for kids of any ages.