Kane Footwear reported expanding its officially licensed college collection with 11 new schools. It partnered with five NCAA athletes to promote the Revive shoe drop, including Ohio State wide receiver Marvin Harrison, Jr., Clemson linebacker Barrett Carter and Alabama linebacker Dallas Turner.
Last year, Kane launched its collegiate collection with five schools featuring elite athletic programs, including the University of Alabama, the University of Southern California, Clemson University, Louisiana State University, and the University of Florida. This year, Kane expanded with the University of Utah, University of Arizona, Auburn, Clemson, Syracuse, Florida State, University of Iowa, Iowa State, Michigan State, Ohio State, and Ole Miss.
“Playing competitive lacrosse at Johns Hopkins throughout college, I experienced firsthand the difficulty of balancing time between games, a packed training schedule and classes,” John Gagliardi, CEO and founder of Kane Footwear, said. “I always needed to be at the top of my game—physically and mentally. I’m excited to bring the Revive to college campuses to these students who need an active recovery solution that can promote continuous recovery while they’re on the move.”
The Revive was designed in collaboration with sports podiatrist Dr. Dan Geller, who has worked with top athletes from the BNA, NYC Ballet and LA Tri Club. The shoe offers a 10mm heel-to-toe drop to provide Achilles support, an expanded footbed to accommodate post-workout swelling, a breathable design, and nodes on the sole to stimulate and promote blood flow in your feet.
For more information on the expanded collection, go here.