A sneaker unlike any other
Courser is a hand-crafted connoisseur brand dedicated to blending select elements of performance engineering and technology with the finest materials and craftsmanship to enhance the luxury footwear experience.
To always rival the ordinary. We will continually push through traditional industry boundaries to create truly innovative, yet timeless products with an elegant mix of style and performance.
Designer, photographer, filmmaker, Muay Thai student, working dog enthusiast, Courser creative inspiration and design leader, Johnny Kraljevich is a true renegade renaissance man. While Johnny’s creative interests and accomplishments vary, a primary passion for him has always been footwear (along with his love of dogs). As a designer for some of the world's most iconic brands, Johnny had a front row seat observing luxury sneakers coming to market. “What’s most interesting is where there’s a gap,” says Johnny. The gap he was compelled to fill with Courser was at the cross-section of performance and luxury. Self-challenged, Johnny devoted the next several years to explore the idea of using performance innovation to enhance luxury. He worked to align Courser with the finest Italian artisans familiar in working with the most elegant materials and pushed for them to integrate these luxury components with performance technologies found in the most coveted elite athletic shoes. Soon after, Courser was born and poised to lead an inspiring new category in the footwear market.
It's taken centuries to get to this point. A universe of new technologies blended with timeless luxury. It's time to own the shoe that can hardly be called a sneaker.
Hand Made in Italy
Throughout history, Italy has been home to some of the world’s finest craftspeople, materials, and the most technically-fine products ever made. A perfect home for Courser.
Using cutting edge technologies and materials and combining painstaking handwork, all while honoring and advancing the heritage of impeccable shoe making in Italy. In short, if it’s not perfect, it’s not enough.