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    Sneakers with collars that go above the ankles for optimal hold and support are some of the most sought-after models in lifestyle shoes. Most of these shoes take their roots from basketball and have easily or fashionably crossed to mainstream wear.

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SeaVees Racquet Club History

In the September 1960 issue of the Palm Springs Life Magazine, the Racquet Club in Palm Springs, California, which two Hollywood actors founded in the early 20th century, was featured. It was said in the magazine that it “was the place to be seen in the sixties and the hottest spot for celebrity set.” Many tennis star players showed off their skills at the Racquet Club, but the A-List celebrities are the ones who drive the club.

For the SeaVees Racquet Club sneaker, it was the mid-century contemporary refinement of the Palm Springs Racquet Club that inspired the design of the shoe. Flaunting a minimalistic look with its sophisticated one-piece circular vamp with an unembellished edged suede, and a complementary off-white ribbed calendar outsole to finished the whole look.

The Racquet Club is among the SeaVees sneakers that are available in various colorway choices to provide buyers with a variety of options in picking a pair of their choice.

SeaVees Racquet Club Style

Simplicity is one of the things that rule out from the design of the SeaVees Racquet Club. The minimal design of the silhouette brings out its fashion-forward appeal as it also offers versatility in style. It delivers elegance and sophistication that adds a sense of formality to the wearer’s style.

The low-top sneaker blends in any occasion from a casual day on a beach or a fun weekend with the family on a little road trip or an out of town trip, to a semi-formal lunch meeting with clients.

Skinny jeans, fitted jeans, or shorts can be a perfect match for the SeaVees Racquet Club along with an appropriate top.

Fit and Sizing

The SeaVees Racquet Club sneaker features a punched eyelets and slim waxed cotton laces for its lace-up closure front that offers the wearer the opportunity to lock the shoe in a comfortable fit. The low-top sneaker is in medium width and offered in men’s sizing. Sizes available are from 7 US to 13 US. Women must reduce 1.5 in size when purchasing a pair of the SeaVees Racquet Club.

Notable Features

The minimalist design of the SeaVees Racquet Club delivers a simplistic yet attractive image with its raw-edged suede upper structure that gets better with age. To add more to its clean and sleek minimal design is the one-piece circular vamp. The white midsole of the low-top sneaker finishes up the whole structure of the silhouette, adding more impact to its appeal.

Additional Info

  • A perforated detailing can be observed around the upper of the earlier version of the SeaVees Racquet Club.
  • The low-top sneaker features a herringbone outsole tread which gives off superb traction.
  • A molded SeaVees logo branding is displayed on the side of the shoe.
  • The earlier version of the sneaker features a custom contoured memory foam footbed that is lined in soft cotton while the newer version displays a perforated custom contoured footbed.
  • A single size 11, medium width, SeaVees Racquet Club approximately weighs 1lb and 4oz.