K-Swiss K-Ona II Ironman Collection

K-Swiss K-Ona II Ironman Collection


Just because K-Swiss took time to showcase some of its 2010 collection, doesn’t mean it’s forgotten about the here and now. In an effort to commemorate the 2009 Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii, K-Swiss shall release a collection of six K-Ona II’s that’ll each represent a different country. As can obviously be made out, five countries receiving special treatment are the United State of America, Germany, Japan, Brazil (who just got word of its successful bid to host the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro as well), and Canada. Last, but not least, is the UK. Each shoe is designed to help with strenuous physical activity thanks to water resistant and cushioning material, retails at $130, and can be purchased specifically at the Ironman World Championships on the 10th of October, 2009.

Via SneakerFreaker.

  • Z

    no philippines? WACK!!!

  • lev

    The last shoe is representing Australia, not the U.K.

    On the toe-box is a southern cross, which is on the Aussie flag, not British.

  • Godofwine

    Yeah, that's the Oz flag. Which begs the question – why isn't there a Great Britain shoe as there are more qualified GB athletes than Japan AFAIK. Shame. Would have bought that pair!