Verdict from +100 user reviews

6 reasons to buy

  • Several reported that the Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford could be used for work or casually.
  • A few suggested that this low-top looks great when paired with shorts or jeans.
  • It has ample comfort and fits well as per most buyers.
  • Some said that this shoe is a great gift option for loved ones regardless of age.
  • Many felt that the shoe is true to size.
  • A couple of customers were delighted that the Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford looks more expensive than its price.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A user complained about the shoe being too hard on the foot dorsal or the upper surface of the foot.
  • Some people said that the sneaker has less support in the arch.
  • A few mentioned that the canvas gets dirty fast and is hard to clean.

Bottom line

As one of the most revered brands in the world, it is not surprising that Polo Ralph Lauren has a reputation for making quality lifestyle sneakers, and the Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford is a testament to that. This low-top emanates a combination of style and class which works great on just about any occasion. With vivid colorways and a laid-back aesthetic that caters for all ages, the affordable Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford sneaker is worth copping.

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Good to know

Many have attested that the Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford has been true to its size, even for people who have narrow feet. The treaded rubber outsole contributes to the sneaker's flexibility while the padded insole provides adequate cushioning for long distance walking. This shoe is available in US men’s sizing from 6 to 15.

There aren't a lot of sneakers that can be genuinely labeled as recommended for all ages, but in the case of Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford, it is as true as it gets. Children, teens, adults, and elderly all revel about the sneaker's design as it can be worn for any everyday occasions.

The shoe features lace-up styling with a rounded-toe silhouette. "Polo" tags are located at the heel and tongue while the Ralph Lauren logo is visible on the outer side. This low-top's aesthetic gives a classy appeal but also has the colorways to appease fashionable wearers and casuals. 

The Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford Canvas sneakers have earned acclaim from buyers due to its appeal that can be considered as both refined and street-style. While there are first-glance similarities with other Polo Ralph Lauren sneakers, the overall design of this sneaker, versatility and the support features makes it a cut above the rest.

Ralph Lauren Corporation was founded in 1968 by Ralph Lauren. Lauren was a clothing salesman who grew tired of selling other people’s clothing. He decided to make his own clothing company with the help of Jerry, his brother. Within the next few years, the company experienced steady growth and some setbacks. By 1980’s, the brand has become one of the most recognizable clothing lines in the United States.

In 1997, the company made its move to go public on the New York Stock Exchange. By this time, Lauren’s sold his company share of 18 million for $465 million. Since then, the brand gained further popularity with its products being sold worldwide with the help of licensed distributors and its directly owned 496 stores.

Today, Ralph Lauren has a wide array of clothing lines, sneakers, and accessories. With the addition of the Polo Ralph Lauren Men's Hanford Canvas to its collection of sneakers, it is certain that the company is making a stamp on the lifestyle fashion scene. 

  • The Polo Ralph Lauren Hanford sneakers also have versions made of leather, denim, and
  • Similar to other Ralph Lauren Hanford renditions, some models of this shoe display a striped midsole.
Author
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.

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