Nike Court Royale 2 Low 

Nike Court Royale 2 Low embraces 70’s tennis in carefree and stylish makeup. The lines and layering on this blast-from-the-past kick are minimal to highlight the broad Swoosh branding on the sides. Its crisp and easy-to-clean leather finish and comfortably padded collar are invitations to prevent you from parking this in your shoe closet, especially during summer and spring. If you want more colors and textures, check out the suede version

Side-by-side other tennis-rooted styles

  • Nike Court Vintage is modest in showcasing Nike’s logo. The Swoosh on its upper appears like a dot on blank canvas compared to the prominent sizing on the Court Royale 2. It’s worth trying if you’re on a tight budget and opting for an extremely cheap tennis-inspired sneaker, way less expensive than the Court Royale 2.
  • Nike Killshot 2 offers a classic retro aesthetic like the Court Royale 2. Its upper delivers a good mix of leather and suede fused to a durable gum sole. The added layering on such design makes it a fraction pricier than the Court Royale 2. 

Facts / Specs

Style: Retro, Sporty, Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Tennis
Collection: Nike Court
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Rubber Sole, EVA
Season: Spring, Summer

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