Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • The Tretorn Meg is found at a budget-friendly price range.
  • The majority of the reviewers praised the excellent comfort this model provides.
  • Many liked the roomy toe box of the Tretorn Meg.
  • Most ladies who tried this model enjoyed its stylish features that suit the casual fashion.
  • Several cited that they loved the easy to slip on design of this model.
  • The lightness of this sneaker is praiseworthy, shared by many buyers.
  • Many revealed that the durability of the Tretorn Meg is excellent.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of ladies did not like the creases on this pair's toe box when being worn.
  • Some disclosed that the Meg from Tretorn footwear is too wide for them and they needed to order a size down for a cozier fit.

Bottom line

With the simplicity and clean look of the Tretorn Meg, this pair can easily be included in one's closet essentials. This pair provides excellent comfort and lightness with easy to slip on design, perfect for city strolling and traveling cities after cities.

While some disliked the creases on the forefoot caused by its roomy width, the Meg Tretorn easily landed in many ladies' highly recommended pairs for its durability, versatility, and affordability.

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Good to know

This women-specific Tretorn Meg is offered from sizes 4 to 12 US in medium width. This slip-on model has elastic stretch and a pull tab on the heel for easy on and off.  Meanwhile, the canvas lining and the removable cushioned footbed enhance the comfort and support for all-day city cruising.

The easy to slip on and off style of the low-top Tretorn Meg makes this pair a smart choice for everyday casual use. Its upper is made of durable canvas with scrunch down back to add style. Meanwhile, the lace-up closure and the ridged toe box give sports-inspired character to the total feminine look. This kick displays a versatile design that can be easily matched up with jeans, shorts, skirts, and even dresses.

The stretchy detail on the heel of the Tretorn Meg adds a striking element to the overall look of this shoe. The stretch and scrunch back makes slipping on and off of this pair stress-free.

Johan Dunker founded the Tretorn in Sweden in 1891 as Helsingborgs Gummifabriks. It was later on renamed to Tretorn to pay tribute to the original company's three towers. The company first ventured into manufacturing tires and grew into producing galoshes.

Henry, Dunker's only son, served as the company's only salesman. Through his efforts, the company grew exponentially concerning production. From 39,000 pairs of galoshes, the company started manufacturing 206,000 pairs in two years.

The company then started multiplying its inventory and included hoses, tennis balls, and bicycle parts. While many considered it strange, this product line helped the company to be noticed by the public. The brand eventually expanded its footwear iterations that could cater to a vast array of consumers.

The Tretorn brand has stayed genuine to their goal of promoting active everyday life whatever the season may be. To be consistent, the brand included dramatic silhouettes in their sneakers lineup, one of it is the Meg silhouette.

The Tretorn Meg is footwear exclusively offered for the women that provide easy to wear design that suits ladies who are always on the go. This kick is made of highly durable materials that deliver unparalleled comfort and support.

  • The Tretorn Meg approximately weighs 255 grams.
  • This pair has a rubber toe bumper that provides added protection for the feet.
  • The vulcanized rubber outsole delivers flexible, durable, and lightweight traction.
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.