From the moment Henry Dunker first created the Tretorn brand at the end of the 19th century in Sweden, Tretorn has been a world-renowned innovator in the footwear industry. Having built a reputation for dependability and discreet luxury with its iconic rubber boots, Tretorn was also the first company to launch the pressureless tennis ball.
The company's association with life on and off the court rapidly created a loyal following surrounding the brand, a status which was firmly secured when Wimbledon winners took to the grass wearing Tretorn athletic shoes in the 1970s. Inspired by the high profile and success of the brand, Tretorn's canvas and leather Nylites were the only shoe in which to be seen wearing on North American campuses throughout the 1980s. Lean and understated, the Tretorn sneaker was the first luxury sports shoe on the market.
Tretorn’s expertise in rubber-made products demonstrates a consistent commitment to quality and brand over hype, offering a collection most appreciated by those with a practical sensibility and an adventurous attitude. Tretorn ensures that the company's production methods are continuously revised to maximize the benefit to consumers as well as the environment. This commitment to sustainability and safe products is embodied in their PVC-Free policy for all of Tretorn men's shoes and Tretorn women's shoes.
With a range of products from performance outdoor rubber boots to fashion sneakers and apparel, Tretorn shoes can take consumers from the woods to the city in Scandinavian inspired style.