Verdict from +100 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • The Lacoste Chaymon has a really great quality as the majority of critics mention in their reviews.
  • Most of the reviewers note that this sneaker provides outstanding comfort for the foot.
  • Several longtime Lacoste sneakers buyers say that they love the style of the Chaymon.
  • A fair amount of users say that they enjoy how this shoe complements a lot of outfit kinds for different occasions, just like most low-top sneakers.
  • The sneaker may be a good option for a present, according to a few buyers.
  • A couple of reviewers agree that they recommend the Lacoste Chaymon to their friends.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The Lacoste Chaymon may fit a little narrow, especially around the toe area as reported by some of the consumers.
  • A couple of users point out that the white colorway of this sneaker gets dirty easily.

Bottom line

Comfortable, good quality, and great style, the Lacoste Chaymon receives quite the favor of the buyers with these characteristics. A classic-looking shoe with its sport-inspired design, it naturally blends in with the street style and keeps you looking modish while keeping things minimal.

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Good to know

Exhibiting a low-top profile that offers you to move your ankle freely, the Lacoste Chaymon also features the traditional lace-up enclosure system that locks your foot down securely in an adjustable fit. This silhouette is offered in men’s sizing but women who desire to grab a pair may do so by going down at least 1.5 from the men’s size.

A sport-inspired look for a classic profiled sneaker, the Lacoste Chaymon delivers a simply stylish appeal that brings out your minimal fashion style. Versatility is one of the main characteristics of this silhouette which allows it to complement outfits well for various occasions. 

Casual, sports, and with a little bit of formality combined to its appeal, this low-top sneaker is a great choice as a finish to your outfit whether you are just on a casual afternoon at the park with your friends or running quick errands in the city. It also goes well with joggers or track pants for a sporty look. You may also opt for a semi-formal style with a nice shirt and slim-fit jeans. Women may wear a cute mini dress or with a cropped top and high-waist skirt or shorts.

A low-top silhouette that exhibits a classic style, the Lacoste Chaymon is built with synthetic and textile materials on its upper construction. The branded cigar bar serves as an accent on its minimal design. Finishing up the structure is its rubber sole.

Andre Gillier and Jean Rene Lacoste, a French tennis icon, put up the fashion label, “Lacoste,” in the year 1933. It was the brand’s cotton tennis polo shirts that commenced its journey to its global popularity. The widely recognized logo of the brand took inspiration from Lacoste’s tennis court nickname.

The renowned polo shirts then appealed to golf players, eventually, and became prominent with them. With its uniqueness and the vibe it gives off, the polo shirts have become the unofficial athlete casual attire. The Lacoste brand then began to expand its product lines in 1906 and eventually, it has produced a wide range of goods such as leather-made products, fragrance lines, accessories, and more. The expansion of the brand’s products prompted it to be recognized in conventional acknowledgment and success.

Lacoste has been recognized for its sneakers and has offered a lot of stylish silhouettes. The Lacoste Chaymon is a silhouette in the Lacoste Lifestyle collection that delivers a sport-inspired design with a classic appeal. Colorways for this sneaker include in White/Green, White/Navy, Black/Light Brown, and more.

  • The signature embroidered green crocodile Lacoste branding is showcased at the side of the Lacoste Chaymon.
  • This low-top sneaker is built with a textile lining and a sued-effect padded collar.


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Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.