In 1936, Georges Grimmeisen, amateur tennis, invented the Spring Court. A revolutionary ventilated shoe and cotton canvas and vulcanized rubber sole.

The tennis, designed to play on clay was quickly adopted by professional and amateur players. She will reign on the courts until the late 70 Grimmeisen Theodore, son of George, is the current president of the company. Located in the eleventh district of Paris, the plant built in 1870 by Theodore Cooper, remained the headquarters of the company Th. Grimmeisen and the Parisian suburb of the nineteenth century has transformed over the decades to become the neighborhood People in Belleville.