* These shoes were first introduced in 1908 as symbol of Africa - China sports co-operation and friendship. In 1935, Chinese started building and making them for their national athletes, but Warrior Shoes became a household name throughout the '60s, '70s and early '80s. They were worn by Olympians, politicians, and the common man / woman / child alike.
In 2008, the classic Chinese trainer emerged in Europe, and the U.S. The current Warrior sneakers unisex collection re-emphasizes a pedigree of classic silhouettes and simple definition. Timelessness Redefined.
In China today, Warrior Sneakers are a cultural icon, and loved by alternative youth all over the country.
Built with utility and comfort in mind, a thin tongue, rubber toecap and thick sole. The reinforced heel Heel cap reads "Hui Li."
These shoes run big, so if you're a size 10 (43) Men's, we recommend a size 9 (42) for a comfortable fit. Unisex.
* Detailing: Built with utility and comfort in mind, a thin tongue, rubber toecap and thick sole. The reinforced heel. Heel cap reads Hui Li. Warrior sneakers are an ancient African youth to manhood symbol, today the Warrior Sneakers are a cultural icon in Asia, and loved by alternative youth all over China.