Tennis-rooted NikeCourt Legacy Canvas 

Nike revisits its humble tennis shoe beginnings and puts out modern spins to its classics while keeping them clean and low-key. After making a shot on the NikeCourt Legacy in leather format, the Swoosh label did a follow-through by coming up with the canvas version. Minus the technologies injected in technical performance shoes, the NikeCourt Legacy Canvas offers all the needed basics while acing comfort and durability.  

Court-driven classics at an affordable price range

  • Nike Court Royale AC embraces the old-school court fashion with its classic clean finish. If the NikeCourt Legacy CNVS offers more breathability with its textile cover, the leather Royale sneaker comes comfier with its padded interior. 
  • Nikecourt Vintage is another uncomplicated and straightforward kick. Nike kept everything minimal for this shoe, including the Swoosh label, as it appears significantly smaller than that on the NikeCourt Legacy CNVS.
  • Nikecourt Borough Low is a tough-wearing throwback tennis shoe with a higher collar profile than the NikeCourt Legacy Canvas. If you prefer a tennis shoe that resembles Nike’s hoop star Dunk Low, go for the Borough Low. The Legacy CNVS grabs a more laidback flair.


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