Nike Tennis Classic AC Velcro

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Style

Velcro sneakers have certainly been making a comeback, and Nike is the latest major footwear label to tackle the trend head on with the Nike Tennis Classic AC Velcro.

These kicks are styled exactly like the Tennis Classic silhouette, but with a trio of velcro straps replacing the traditional laces. The low top shoe sports a minimal design, with a perforated Swoosh logo found on the side panel and a Nike logo stamped on the heel tab. To provide some contrast to the mix, the sneaker has been outfitted with a white midsole and matching interior lining. The shoe is currently available in your choice of Wolf Grey or Navy, and we imagine more colorways could find their way to the retail scene as we head into spring. [Purchase]

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