Intelligent. American. Achievement.
In 1876, the man who inspired the Etonic name, Charles A. Eaton, opened his first shoe factory in Brockton, MA. During WWI, the C.A. Eaton Co. becomes one of the largest manufacturers of boots and shoes for allied troops. In 1945 Etonic produced the first golf specific shoe, and by 1950 well over 100 PGA and LPGA professionals sports the "Tournament of Champions" line of Etonic shoes. Throughout the years Etonic continued to acheive recognition for it's footwear throughout the entire sports industry. From partnering with tennis legend Fred Perry to releasing the signature shoes of NBA All-Star Hakeem Alajuwon, Etonic has shown a passion and dedication to supplying atheletes everywhere with the highest quality athletic shoes. Etonic continues to follow it's commitment to athletest around the world by producing industry leading activewear that allows you to achieve your best while feeling your best.