Bunabhainneadar Tennis Court, Isle of Harris, Scotland
The most remote tennis court in the UK
500 mile round trip (ferry crossing required)
8 hours journey time
After celebrating the 30th anniversary of Le Coq Sportif's 90s running icons over the last few months, the French sportswear brand turn their attention to the court, and we welcome back the iconic T1000 with a trip to the most remote tennis court in the UK.
The LCS T1000 was first released at the beginning of the 90s, and was a versatile tennis shoe that provided players with optimal support and stability.
For Summer '22, the classic style is modernised and arrives in it's original white leather make-up, complimented by grey accents, and retains its multitude of overlays. Perforated detailing features on the vamp and on the rear quarter, while a slightly shiny retro-effect mesh appears on the tongue.
The sole unit is made up of EVA pods for better comfort and an optimal stride, and like all the running shoes that make up the LCS R franchise, the pods are located at the back for cushioning, as well as at the front of the model for foot propulsion.
The shoe is finished with Le Coq Sportif branding embroidered on the tongue, printed on the sockliner, and debossed on the side.
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Bunabhainneadar (Boona-ven-adder) Tennis Court can be found just off of a single-tracked road that lies on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean northwest of Tarbert on the Isle of Harris, Scotland. It's hard to find the right words to describe the location. The surrounding areas of boulder-strewn hillside feel desolate with just sheep and cows for company, but yet there's this gleaming all-weather tennis court in amongst it all. A truly remarkable sight.
We'll be taking a deeper dive into the history of Bunabhainneadar Tennis Court very shortly, but in the meantime, scroll down to check out the LCS T1000 in one of the most unique tennis courts on Earth.
Le Coq Sportif LCS T1000
White / Grey