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Court Club : Seasonal Essentials

New Sneaks, please... With the worlds most famous lawn tennis championship gearing up to start, we decided it was high time to scan through the shelves and pick out some of our favourite court styles. The humble court shoe, tennis shoe or whatever your parlance...Read more

Diadora Maverick H.O.C.

Originally launched in 1987, the Diadora Maverick signified a change in the look and feel of court footwear. Chunkier more performance orientated tennis shoes become the order of the day. Much like the court styles that came before, Diadora's foray into a new world of...Read more

Adidas Tennis Hu x Pharrell Williams

Inspired by the Original. Re-imagined by Pharrell Williams. A homage to the Stan Smith drops May 6th. Read more

NikeLab Tennis Classic Ultra Mid RF

The Nike Tennis Classic Ultra Mid RF is a combination of classic shoes from the 70s and the stylish ankle-high design that brings a new look to the enduring classics. Read more

NikeCourt Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit “Wolf Grey”

The Men’s NikeCourt Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit shoe takes a court icon to a new modern space. Read more

NikeLab Womens Zoom Tennis Classic AC x Fragment

NikeLab join forces once more with prolific collaborators Fragment Design for a limited edition Tier Zero release. Led by Hiroshi Fujiwara the outfit lend their creative hand to the Zoom Tennis Classic AC within a fitting period surrounding Wimbledon. Read more

Nike Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit

Elevated style with breathable comfort, the Men’s Nike Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit Shoe takes a court icon to a new modern space. Read more

NikeCourt Tennis Classic Ultra Premium QS

Nike have been doing some interesting things with the Tennis Classic silhouette, including the “black iridescent” one we saw at the tail end of last year. This time it’s upper get’s the woven treatment for these two versions. Read more

NikeCourt Tennis Classic Ultra Flyknit “Game Royal”

The Nike Tennis Classic was officially launched in 1973 and became one of their best selling performance tennis silhouettes. John McEnroe was even spotted sporting a pair or two as he collected his Grand Slam titles back in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Read more