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Named after the picturesque town of Davos, located in southeast Switzerland and home of Europe's largest natural ice skating rink and the largest ski resort in the Alps, the K Swiss davos(TM) Collection stands at the top of the company's expanded new outdoor line. K Swiss That line boasts nearly 20 new models for men and women. Included in the davos(TM) Collection are three new models for men the Pontano(TM), the Muralto(TM) and the Ledrone(TM) and two new models for women the Talara(TM) and the Foret(TM). Each features a polyurethane midsole with a full length Silicone Formula 18(R) footbed for superior cushioning and shock absorption. The Silicone Formula 18(R) is the same product used in K Swiss' award winning, high performance Si 18(R) tennis shoes. The entire upper of the top of the line Pontano(TM) is made of Weathertuff(R) waterproof leather, and there is a gusset tongue to prevent water seepage. The shoe's custom contoured heel counter provides superior anatomical fit, heel support and comfort, while a flexible ankle collar prevents pressure in downhill trekking. Other features of the shoe include a removable Poliyou(R) molded insole that disperses moisture and has odor eating properties, and a durable Aosta(R) rubber lug outsole for traction and stability. For added stability, the shoe also has a midfoot alloy shank. It comes in sizes 6 1/2 to 12 and 13 in olive/black and auburn/black and forest green/black colors. The second men's model in the davos(TM) Collection, the Muralto(TM), features a Weathertuff(R) Nubuck or Weathertuff(R) leather and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper that is water resistant. The shoe also has a gusset tongue, flexible ankle collar, custom contoured heel counter, and midfoot alloy shank, along with a removable Poliyou(R) molded insole and Aosta(R) rubber lug outsole. Like other models in the davos(TM) Collection, it also has a slightly flared outsole to prevent slippage when traversing or trekking. The Muralto(TM) also is available in sizes 6 1/2 to 12 and 13, and comes in cocoa/dark brown or black/grey colors. Rounding out the davos(TM) Collection for men is the Ledrone(TM), which features a leather, oiled suede and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper that is water resistant. The shoe also incorporates most of the standard features of the davos(TM) Collection such as a removable Poliyou(R) molded insole, an Aosta(R) rubber lug outsole and a gusset tongue to prevent water seepage. Available in the same men's sizes as the other two davos(TM) Collection models, the Ledrone(TM) is available in three colors: golden brown/black, black/black and brown/dark brown. The two new women's models in the davos(TM) Collection are the Talara(TM), which features a Weathertuff(R) Nubuck or Weathertuff(R) leather and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper that is water resistant, and the Foret(TM), which has a water resistant oiled suede and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper. Both women's models in the davos(TM) Collection incorporate the same standard features as the men's models: a gusset tongue, custom contoured heel counter, removable Poliyou(R) molded insole and Aosta(R) rubber leg outsole. The Talara(TM) is offered in shades of copper/indigo blue and black/grey, while the Foret(TM) comes in natural/taupe and rust black colors. Both are available in women's sizes 5 10. Other new K Swiss fall '94 outdoor models for men include the Vandro(TM) and the Alturi(TM), along with a new version of a popular existing model, the Montrau(TM). The mid cut height Vandro(TM) features a water resistant oiled suede and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper, a gusset tongue to prevent water seepage, achilles notch for support and stability without restricting ankle movement, and dual construction, stitch welted polyurethane outsole unit for durability. Available in standard men's sizes, it is offered in rust/cinnamon and black/black colors. A mid cut hiking boot with a leather, oiled suede and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper, the Alturi(TM) has the same construction features as the Vandro(TM), but comes in a choice of three colors: golden brown/wheat, brown/tan and black/black. Constructed with an oiled suede and lightweight, rugged nylon mesh upper, the Montrau(TM) also has an EVA midsole for cushioning and shock absorption. It also features self cleaning lug outsole design that provides excellent support and stability on rough terrain. It comes in black green and brown/brown/green colors. Other new women's outdoor models for fall '94 include the Leggia(TM) and a new, updated version of the high top Rovetta(TM). A water resistant boot, the Leggia(TM) has a leather or oiled suede and 1200 denier ballistic nylon upper, EVA midsole and self cleaning lug outsole, and is board lasted for stability. The model is offered in three colors: moss green/black, golden brown/wheat and black/grey. A popular returning model, the Rovetta(TM) has a combination suede and nylon mesh upper, perforated sponge rubber insole that allows perspiration and heat to dissipate from the foot, and a thermoplastic shank support located between the outsole and midsole to provide maximum rearfoot stability. For an easy, adjustable fit the Rovetta(TM) also has D rings on its collar. It comes in grey/navy and neutral/purple shades. Rounding out K Swiss' exciting new fall '94 outdoor line are two new models available in low and 3/4 styles in both men's and women's sizes. Incorporating a Weathertuff(R) leather or Weathertuff(R) Nubuck upper, the Husca(TM) features a dual density foam insole for cushioning and a dual construction, stitch welted polyurethane outsole unit for durability. In addition, the shoe is leather lined for superior comfort. In men's sizes, it is available in olive, auburn and black colors in the low style and in shades of auburn and black in the 3/4 style. Women's colors are black and forest green in the low model, and copper and black in the 3/4 model. The water resistant Grommet(TM) has an upper made of 1200 denier ballistic nylon, high wall foxing and fashionable rubber toe cap for added strength, and vulcanized construction for long lasting wear. In the men's low style, it is offered in white, navy and black, while the Grommet(TM) high model comes in forest, black and white. The women's Grommet(TM) low model comes in forest, white, navy and black colors, while the high model is offered in black and white. 0 3/9/94 /NOTE TO EDITORS: If you would like samples of our new Fall '94 outdoor line for photo shoots, wear testing or editorial purposes of any kind, I would be happy to send them to you. Photos and transparencies also are available, as well as tech sheets on each of the new models. If you have any questions, please call Bill Krenn, 818 998 3388. K Swiss is committed to the outdoor market, and we are extremely proud of the craftsmanship and comfort technology that we have applied to the new entries in our outdoor category./.

I'm Chairman, North America of Landor Associates, a brand consulting and design firm that specializes in creating agile brands that thrive in today's disruptive, changing market. I work with some of the most powerful brands in the world, and oversee Landor's new business efforts in North America. I'm interested in general business trends and write about their impact on brands. I've worked with corporate and consumer brands in a wide range of industries including: Diageo, FedEx, GE, J the NBA, P and Verizon. "Past performance is not an indication of future results." Anyone who's invested, or thought of investing, in the latest hot stock or mutual fund is familiar with these words of warning. As a branding guy, I have to tell you that the same words of warning should be heeded by any company thinking of linking its brand with a particular athlete or Academy Award winner or any other celebrity. The idea that the endorser's current winning streak will provide positive borrowed interest for the long term is not guaranteed and it's not smart branding. I bring this up, of course, given the latest social media brouhaha resulting from Nike's online ad showing a picture of Tiger Woods overlaid with his quote that "Winning takes care of everything." Some of the thousands of Facebook and Twitter respondents think the ad is just fine, thanks to Tiger's recent superior performance and re ascendency to the world's No. 1 ranked golfer. Others, well, not so much. They think that, given Tiger's personal track record, the quest by Nike to put a Tiger back in its branding tank is misguided. As I told a reporter who asked for my take on the topic, Nike is looking at this and saying, "Time has passed, he's winning again, it's time to turn up the volume on our association." But, the fact of the matter is that associating with a celebrity, athlete or otherwise, based only on his or her current rise to the top of the leader board is risky business. Performance, especially current performance, is only one of the criteria for those in search of a successful celebrity brand match. Sure, whether someone is a winner in the actual game is a must have attribute. But so is whether they're winners in terms total character and, most critically, if this persona is an appropriate fit for the brand in question. Companies that are most successful in their endorsement efforts ensure that there is a natural relationship between the image of the celebrity and the image of the brand. Those who do the best job know exactly what this person the whole person stands for in the minds of consumers and whether the linkage will pass muster, whether the brand has a similar persona. As a result of the transparent nature of our world, consumers have become very interested in a brand's personality, not just "what" it does, but "who" it is, and "why" it's motivated to do what it does. Consumers are forming relationships with brands and, as in any relationship, they want to feel comfortable before opening their hearts or their pocketbooks. More than this, it's becoming more and more evident that consumers want to do business with brands that share their beliefs and values. To be seen as authentic, and to be believable, the way a company expresses its "who" and "why" must be seen as a natural extension of its corporate culture. And celebrity endorsement is about as close as you can get to this "natural extension." Now, celebrity endorsement is nothing new in brand building. In fact, using a well known face, and the well known character behind it, can be a great way to jump start or reinvigorate a brand and the associations you want consumers to have with it. For example, who doesn't remember the lovable, sweater wearing, barrier breaking Bill Cosby and his association with Jell O pudding snacks? He became synonymous with this family friendly brand. And what about all those fascinating people who hid behind those Foster Grant sunglasses, from Raquel Welch to Woody Allen, Cindy Crawford to race car driver, Jeff Gordon? The intriguing personality of the wearers added volumes to the long term, successful, personality of the brand. Of recent note, how about Giada De Laurentis, longtime host of the popular Italian cooking show on the Food Network, who makes unquestionably believable use of her culinary expertise to endorse her line of pastas and sauces? It's a perfect match between endorser and brand. And, as for (another) pro golfer's endorsement, Phil Mickelson, perhaps the world's most beloved golfer, and his endorsement of Enbrel, a drug used to treat psoriatic arthritis, is, in my estimation, a smart branding connection. Building a powerful brand takes a long view and the absolute right view of what's right for the brand in question. Building a brand that gains and keeps its edge takes a clear understanding of what branding initiatives are on brand, or off, and not just "what," but "who" your brand represents to consumers. It takes ensuring that your branding is consistently in brand character, is brilliantly executed, and delivers as promised. I get it that Nike's ad signals that the company believes it's time to get Tiger back in the spotlight promoting its brand. He is, without any question, a super athlete. But the folks at Nike should also think about what its brand has long stood for. It's not just about being the winner in a marathon, or on a basketball or tennis court, or on the golf course. It's about "just doing it." The brand has pushed our inner athlete to get into the game and feel good about ourselves, no matter what the outcome might be. 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I don't know. Well, Iknow I'm in the minority, I'm not really a big shoe fanatic. I will buy my running shoes anywhere and I willwear them until the tread falls off. I've gone to running stores for advice, gait analysis, etc in the past because I thought that's what I was supposed to be doing, but I just couldn't find the value in those shoes I bought there. But, again, that's just me. I've found that running in models a couple stages older from the current one makes it a bit easier to buy from the LRS and stay in budget. For instance, I run in Saucony ProGrid Guides. The current model is 5, but I'm in 3s because my LRS had them on sale. Same model/style, but cheaper because they're an older version. If you become friendly w/ the employees, maybe they'll let you know when they get the new models in and discount the older ones. Another perk of buying your shoes at the running store is getting to know the employees and the other patrons. 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