K1X is showing off their latest sneakers at ISPO Munich 2016. I’m sorry to tell you that all of the Patrick Mohr collabs (the K1XPM MK7) are completely sold out. However, K1X is showing off upcoming colorways for many of their silhouettes including the Paradoxum and the excellent Anti-Gravity. Chris actually performance tested the outdoor hoop shoe a while back and I have a hard time not wearing my pair every single day — they’re just too damn comfortable!
Be sure to share your thoughts on the upcoming K1X lineup, as well as your experiences with their products, in the comments. For those that may not be familiar with the international sporting goods trade show, here’s some information from their site:
ABOUT ISPO MUNICH
Every year, more than 2,600 international exhibitors present their latest products from the segments of Outdoor, Ski, Action, Performance Sports, Textrends, Health & Fitness and Sourcing at ISPO MUNICH to over 80,000 visitors from 110 countries.
For over 45 years the global leader has provided a comprehensive overview of the entire range of sporting goods, athletic footwear and fashions, as well as the latest trends from these segments. Year for year the custom-tailored trade show concept with special communities and authentic side events guarantees a very unique, personalized and communication-rich atmosphere. As the only multi-segment trade show the event also offers its participants an opportunity to discover discipline-overlapping synergy and cross-selling potential, as well as recognize new segments and trends in advance. Thanks to close cooperation with the industry ISPO can identify market requirements and offers international sports business professionals the best possible presentation and networking platform at ISPO MUNICH.
In order to sustain its internationally leading position throughout the future the organizers continuously work on further improving ISPO MUNICH. Among the tasks is the endorsement of the new generation, as well as drawing the media’s and the public’s attention to industry-related topics. To reach this goal, ISPO will focus even more strongly on networking and partnerships.
The History of ISPO
In 1969 visitors leaving the sporting goods trade show in Wiesbaden were confronted by a sign at the exit of the Rhein-Main Hall reading: “See You On March 8 – 10, 1970 At The International Sporting Goods Trade Show ispo 70” (“Auf Wiedersehen vom 8.-10. März 1970 zur Internationalen Sportartikelmesse ispo 70“). Keep track of the whole ISPO history in our review.
Source: ISPO Munich
Photos via Sneakology by PRAISE Mag x Klekt