Hertitage x Digital

Spring Court

Spring Court is a French footwear brand known for its comfortable and stylish sneakers. The brand was founded in Paris in 1936 by Georges Grimmeisen, who was inspired by the game of tennis and wanted to create a shoe that was both comfortable and practical for playing the sport. Today, Spring Court is an iconic French brand that has gained worldwide recognition for its timeless designs and high-quality craftsmanship.

How this project aligns with our Sustainability Development Goals.

Why this partnership matters.

Spring Court is committed to sustainable and ethical business practices, which is becoming increasingly important for consumers. The brand uses sustainable materials, such as organic cotton, and focuses on minimizing its environmental footprint throughout the production process. Spring Court also works with suppliers who share their commitment to sustainability and ethical business practices.

In addition to their environmental efforts, Spring Court is also committed to supporting local communities. The brand produces its sneakers in France, creating jobs and supporting the local economy.


Spring Court has collaborated with a number of designers and brands over the years, including Comme des Garçons, Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, and YMC. These collaborations have resulted in unique and stylish interpretations of the classic Spring Court sneaker, showcasing the brand's versatility and timeless appeal.

The Future of Spring Court

Spring Court has remained relevant and popular for over 80 years, a testament to the brand's timeless design and commitment to quality. The brand has continued to evolve with the times, incorporating new materials and technology into its products while staying true to its roots.

Today, Spring Court remains a favorite among fashion-conscious consumers who appreciate the brand's commitment to sustainability, quality, and timeless design. As the fashion industry continues to prioritize sustainability and ethical business practices, Spring Court's values and practices are likely to become even more important in the years to come.