The new "Racer" model by Wunderteam was totally influenced by the cool sport cars from the 60s and 70s. You know, back in the day when cars got super vibrant and fancy. And hey, check out those two sweet stripes! They're like our way of showing some love to those famous racing stripes that are totally part of the racing scene. Racing fans, you're gonna dig it for sure!
The Kicker was actually inspired by those old-school football shoes from the 1930s, when German shoemakers totally rocked the game with their innovative footwear. Back in the day, those shoes started getting lighter and were specifically designed for the field. But now we're bringing back the good ol' days with our version of the Kicker – a tough and sturdy football shoe made of real leather. We even added some ankle protection and a little leather loop to help you tighten the laces and get a superior grip.
Check out Wunderteam's awesome vintage-inspired bowling shoes! These babies are handmade in Europe using top-notch materials, so you know they're built to last. And the best part? They come in a bunch of cool colors and each pair is unique. The outsole is super flexible, so you'll have no problem gliding across the bowling alley without losing your balance. These shoes are all about comfort, durability, and giving you a blast on the lanes!
Boxing shoes are kinda funny, you know? They gotta keep the ankle stable but still make the boxer hella fast. I was totally obsessed when I was making the first version. Plus, they look so cool with the high cut and all those eyelets for the laces. Our design is all fancy and classy, but you'll also feel like a boss who just knocked some sucker out in the first round!
Celebrities that wear Wundertam
Check out this awesome pic of Alex Kapranos, the lead singer and guitarist of the British/Scottish band "Franz Ferdinand"! 🇬🇧 🏴We had a blast hanging out with him in our store for almost an hour and talking about a bunch of stuff. But you know what's really cool? He actually picked up a pair of Bowlers and instantly knew they were the bomb!