Verdict from 61 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Comfortable: Most buyers consider the Nike Court Vintage cozy to wear.
  • Versatile: Its simplicity and fussless look makes it adaptable to any attire, according to several users.
  • Timeless: Many buyers love the clean and classic style of the Court Vintage sneaker from Nike.
  • Lightweight: This model feels airy on the feet, a few users have cited.
  • Recommendable: A large percentage of reviewers highly vouched for this sneaker.

2 reasons not to buy

  • Creases easily: A buyer complains that the leather upper of Nike Court VTG quickly forms wrinkles after a few uses.
  • Narrow: This kick feels a tad tight on the forefoot, a critic shares.

Bottom line

Adding another iteration to the Nike tennis-inspired sneaker collection, the brand unveiled the Nike Court Vintage. This model features the 80s tennis footwear fashion - clean and straightforward.

This minimalist kick boasts versatility and comfort that will not hurt any pocket. It is a strongly recommended pair especially for wearers looking for a throwback kick with modern comfort and style.

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The classic vibed Nike Court Vintage

This low-top sneaker creates a fashionable look for its clean and straightforward style. The monochromatic leather upper is added with subtle Nike branding to keep the uncomplicated and minimalist appeal. This kick has a fresh, understated look suitable for casual stylings, such as:

  • Easygoing look for parties with friends
  • Smart casual attire for meetings or classes
  • Knockout laidback look during the days-off
  • Sporty ensemble for a quick and easy skating session

Nike Court Vintage's popular siblings

Aside from the Court Vintage, Nike also offers several iterations found under the Nike Court umbrella. Two of the most popular iterations in this collection are:

Nike Court Royale. Just like the Vintage iteration, this kick is also dressed with leather upper resting on top of a white midsole. However, the Royale version has no perforation and has full Swoosh branding on the side, unlike the Court Vintage.

Nike Court Borough Low. While the Court Vintage has a few perforations and mini Nike branding, this sneaker is peppered with perforations all over its leather upper and striking Nike logo on its side, heel, and tongue.

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

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.