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Generally runs true to size, the Tretorn Nylite Bow 6 is available in sizes 4 to 12. This shoe is offered in half sizes for a more comfortable and accurate fit. It can accommodate users with narrow to slightly wide feet.

This sneaker comes in a low-top, slip-on construction with an oversized decorative bow. The chic aesthetic of the Tretorn Nylite Bow 6 makes it look great with dresses and skirts. However, it can also be paired with fringed jeans, boyfriend pants, or denim shorts.

Featured on this girly slip-on sneaker is a plush leather upper adorned with a large bow where the laces should be. The Tretorn Nylite Bow 6 is fitted with an EcoOrtholite high-performance sockliner for a well-cushioned ride. A durable rubber outsole finishes the stylish look of this kick.

Tretorn was initially founded in 1891 by Johan Dunker in Helsingborg, Sweden and was later acquired by the Puma Group in 2001. Tretorn’s rich heritage is anchored to its commitment to manufacturing high-quality rubber from generation to generation.

The iconic Tretorn Nylite was launched in 1967. It was the brand’s first luxury sports shoe that has transitioned well into one of the most popular women’s casual sneakers up to this day. The Nylite made its way into pop culture when it was included in The Preppy Handbook. 

Today, the Tretorn Nylite has been re-released in several iterations, including the Tretorn Nylite Bow 6. Featuring the famous round-toe silhouette, this kick comes with an oversized bow on top of a soft leather upper, giving the tennis-inspired kick a more feminine touch. 

  • A leather Tretorn logo is stitched at the midfoot area of the Nylite Bow 6.
  • A size 9 of this kick weighs 255 grams.


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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.