Spring Court

The origins of Spring Court date back to 1870, when Théodore Grimmeisen opened a factory just outside Paris to manufacturer rubber barrel stoppers. His son Georges invented the rubber boot in 1930, but the real change came in 1937 when he - a tennis fan - invented the Spring Court specifically for playing on clay. This design, with its canvas upper and rubber sole, remained the go-to tennis shoe until the 70s, and became iconic as sports shoes made their way off the court in the 60s. Spring Court shoes are still made in the original factory.

Presently only available instore.