Style of the Tretorn Rawlins

Consider using the Tretorn Rawlins if you are up for some classic retro styling. Its timeless design works well with plenty of casual wears, including denim jeans and shorts.

Tretorn Rawlins logo

Men can pair this kick with colored jeans, a plain white shirt, and a gray jacket. Ladies can go for the chic, feminine look by pairing this shoe with a flowy dress. It also looks great with printed leggings and square pants.

Notable features

The Rawlins sneaker from Tretorn is dressed with a combination of suede and nylon on the upper. Internally, this shoe uses an EcoOrtholite high-performance sockliner that provides excellent cushioning. 

Tretorn Rawlins upper

This low-top sneaker is engineered with a non-marking rubber outsole with a saw-tooth design. 

Tretorn Rawlins outsole

History of the Rawlings

Founded in 1891, Tretorn initially started as a tire manufacturing company. Its rich heritage provides the framework for its iconic status as a well-respected shoe manufacturing company.

Tretorn Rawlins collar

The company began making 39,000 pairs of galoshes in 1892. This number increased to more than 200,000 pairs in just a couple of years. Aside from galoshes, Tretorn also manufactured hoses, bike pedals, and tennis balls.

In 1967, the first luxury sneaker was born in the form of the Tretorn Nylite. Soon after it was released, several other footwears were also launched. The list includes canvas sneakers, boat shoes, and leather and rubber cleats.

Tretorn Rawlins side

Among the popular sneaker models from Tretorn is the Rawlins. This classic looking sneaker is a nod to the brand’s heritage with a bold yet laidback statement. 

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Tennis
Closure: Laces
Material: Suede

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.