Verdict from +100 user reviews

9 reasons to buy

  • Several buyers mentioned that they consider the Lacoste Court-Master as a must-have in everyone's closet.
  • Most reviewers highly recommended this sneaker to their friends.
  • A handful of wearers shared that they find this model very comfortable since it can be worn the whole day without straining the feet.
  • Some reviewers cited the clean finishing and details of this shoe.
  • A large number of the reviewers liked the versatility of this sneaker that is easy to style with almost any attire.
  • One user enjoyed the easy to clean leather upper of this model.
  • This sneaker runs true to size.
  • Offered in multiple colorways.
  • The Lacoste Court-Master is available at an affordable price range.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of reviewers complained about the leather upper of the Lacoste Court-Master that creases easily.

Bottom line

The simplicity and the timeless style of the Lacoste Court-Master deliver handy features making this an essential fix in one's wardrobe. Most buyers liked its luxurious vibe and clean craftsmanship while tendering a budget-friendly price range.

The comfort is also praiseworthy as many buyers testified to the reliability of this footwear for day-long use. This crisp, lightweight, and timeless sneaker is highly recommended to be added in anyone's collection.

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Good to know

The Lacoste Court Master is available exclusively in men's sizing from 7 to 13 US in medium width. Women can also enjoy this kick by purchasing a 1.5 down their regular size. Case in point, if a lady's shoe measurement is 7, she is advised to grab 5.5 in men's sizing to for a more relaxed, secure fit.

This shoe has a slightly padded collar for comfort and style. The Lace-up closure fastening system is utilized to deliver personalized fit. Meanwhile, it has textile lining coupled with the Ortholite insole for fresh and comfortable fit all day.

The low-top Lacoste Court-Master showcases classic look inspired by the brand's iconic heritage tennis profile. Lacoste constructed this model with soft leather and handcrafted with stitch details to boost the luxurious look.

This pair's simple and clean overall guise enhances its versatility that can be easily matched up with any casual and even semi-formal ensemble. Most wearers can be spotted sporting this with denim jeans, jogger pants, rolled-up trousers paired with plain tees or polo shirts. Meanwhile, khaki shorts also works with this kick for a more relaxed getup.

The gold stitching found on the heel of the Lacoste Court-Master delivers striking appeal. This decorative stitching boosts the plush vibe to the overall look of this sneaker. Another noteworthy feature is the classic crocodile branding embroidered on the lateral side and heel.

In 1933, tennis superstar Rene Lacoste and French knitwear manufacturer Andre Gillier founded the La Chemise Lacoste. They collaborated and began manufacturing the revolutionary tennis polo shirt with crocodile embroidery on the chest. This innovative product was made of texturized pique cotton for superb ventilation that echoed its founder's style on the tennis court- elegance, fair play, and originality.

Lacoste entered the world of fashion and launched series of legends by providing an essential impact in the tennis sports. In the 60s, the brand expanded its products by launching perfumes and leather goods, and in the 80s, its family grew again by unveiling their sunglasses and tennis shoes.

Various iterations of sneakers were introduced since then, and one of it is the Court-Master which stayed authentic to its tennis shoe ancestor. It features a leather upper with fine and subdued details suitable for on the court use and the street strolling.

  • The upper of the Lacoste Court-Master is made of 77% leather, 15% synthetic, and 8% textile.
  • This product weighs approximately 312 grams.
  • It has a durable rubber outsole for reliable ground traction.
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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.