Verdict from 100+ user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • The Tretorn Carry2 is very affordable.
  • Few reviewers liked that this pair is easy to clean.
  • This model is available in multiple colorways.
  • The majority of the buyers loved the fashionable style of the Tretorn Carry 2 that can quickly match any casual attire.
  • This pair fits true to size.
  • Some wearers mentioned that they enjoyed the lightness of this model.
  • Few buyers cited the easy to wear design of this sneaker that is advantageous for users who dislike tying shoelaces.
  • A couple of reviewers applauded the thick rubber sole as it adds an extra inch to their heights.

2 reasons not to buy

  • A couple of critics shared pictures of the leather upper that easily peeled off after several usages.
  • A wearer complained that the Tretorn Carry 2 easily creases.

Bottom line

Tretorn revamped their lace-less Carry silhouette to suit wearers who prefer trouble-free kicks in style. The Carry2 boasts its old-school feel with modernized comfort and lightness applauded by the majority of the buyers.

Its easy to wear design and straightforward style enhance the charming appeal that suits any laidback fashion. However, few critics complained about the nondurable synthetic leather upper that chips off easily; thus expressing reservations in recommending this for all-day use.

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Good to know

Both men and women can enjoy the comfort and style of the Tretorn Carry 2 as it is offered in both genders' sizing. Men can pick from sizes 6 to 12 while women can choose from sizes 4 to 12 US in medium width. Many users shared that this pair runs true to size; thus, it is advised to grab one's usual shoe size.

This shoe has the hoop and loop fastening system for an adjustable, secure fit. Meanwhile, the brand inserted breathable EcoOrtholite lining with removable textile footbed to enhance the overall comfort and support.

Apparently, the hoop and loop fastening system is not exclusively for the kids anymore. The low-top Tretorn Carry2 features the old-school style of securing system that suits wearers with an on-the-go lifestyle. The color blocked faux leather upper adds a luxurious vibe while the thick sole gives sporty heritage. Many love styling this kick with jeans, joggers, shorts, and rolled-up trousers. Meanwhile, most ladies opt to wear this model with their dress or mini skirts to boost the relaxed vibe of their outfits.

The trio hook and loop fastening straps of the Tretorn Carry 2 pull attention from many buyers and onlookers. This element provides a classic retro feel matched with the shiny, minimalist design to make it more striking when paired with any casual attire.

Tretorn was established in Sweden in 1981 by Johan Dunker. The company first offered high-quality tires and branched out into delivering most excellent tennis footwear which easily turned as the shoe of choice of many world-class athletes.

Tretorn not only gained popularity because of its premium sneakers but also because of its odd product lineup which further garnered interests from the public. Over the years, Tretorn has continued their campaign on promoting the active lifestyle in whatever season it may be.

From the tennis courts, Tretorn easily traversed the lifestyle fashion for its high-quality sneakers that can be easily mixed and matched with various attires. One silhouette from its impressive Tretorn low-top sneakers lineup is the Carry that features Velcro straps. The Tretorn Carry 2 showcases a synthetic leather upper with the three hook and loop straps.

  • This product weighs 312 grams.
  • The thick rubber outsole provides reliable and durable traction.
  • This pair displays the branding on its leather heel.


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