Size and fit

If you are looking for kicks with fashionable and breathable fabric upper, you may want to try and check out the laceless and low-top Polo Ralph Lauren Vito sneaker. It is available for men in sizes 7 to 17 US, in a medium width. It generally fits true to size. Wearers with a bit wider feet may wear the laceless sneaker without socks to achieve a more comfy fit.

It has vulcanized outsole construction to provide reliable traction. The laceless upper has a hidden elastic panel that holds the tongue to deliver a secure fit to its user. For added comfort, it has fabric lining and padded collar laced with leather material. It is also equipped with a cushioned insole for shock absorption.

Polo Ralph Lauren Vito Style

Feel comfortable and stay casual with the low-top Polo Ralph Lauren Vito. It is a slip-on and laceless sneaker that is available in a two-tone canvas construction. It features a double-needle stitch detail on its upper to add a dash of class. Leather accents can be seen at the vamp and heel and with a contrast midsole stripe to complement a casual yet smart look.       

This effortless sneaker has a stylish silhouette that can match school uniforms or any casual outfit and even your work clothing. It is a good match with slim fit pants along with a fitted polo or T-shirt. It can also be worn with denim jeans, shorts, joggers, or any casual attire.

Notable Features

Excellent performance combined with great looks to deliver one ultimate experience is what the Polo Ralph Lauren Vito sneaker is all about. This low-cut and slip-on shoe has durable canvas upper that features leather accents and nice metallic grommets. It is built with an elastic and flexible gore at the tongue, keeping a secure fit. Ultimately, its classic silhouette perfectly complements any wardrobe.

Polo Ralph Lauren Vito History

In 1967, Ralph Lauren started with men’s ties. Lifshitz as his original last name, Ralph was born from a Jewish family that resided in Bronx, New York. Later on, he legally changed his last name to "Lauren."

Without any formal fashion experience, Ralph Lauren started as a salesman when he was 24. Later, he began to design and sell wide European-style neckties. Lauren made his first ties out of old rags and tried to sell them at the Empire State Building. In 1968, Lauren was able to secure a $50,000 loan to start his brand and later bought the "Polo" name from Hilton.

For five decades, the Ralph Lauren Corporation has been a global leader in the design, production, marketing and distribution of premium accessories and apparels, among other lifestyle products. The company has been one of the innovators in aspirational lifestyle branding.

Redefining the American style, Ralph Lauren has grown and stood for many years, creating worlds and providing quality products to people. Up to this day, Ralph Lauren footwear has become a staple not just among the opulent clients, but also the middle-class patrons.

In 2014, RL released one of its classic and clean designs which is the Polo Ralph Lauren Vito. It features the simplicity of laceless canvas kicks with the bold Polo logo embroidered on its side. It has a wrap around midsole with contrast stripe and textured toe bumper. It is a low-cut canvas design with suede collar, cushioned insole, and skid-resistant treading. It can be worn without or with socks.   

Additional Info

  • Depending on the variations, the upper can be made of burlap, nylon or chambray fabric.
  • Its shaft approximately measures 3 inches from the arch.
  • The Polo brand is found on the collar at the back and is also embroidered on the tongue.
  • It has a rubber midsole.
  • The heel height is about one inch.


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