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Size? x Nike Tennis Classic AC “Surfaces Pack” – Available

July 8th, 2014 by | No comments

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The Nike Tennis Classic is having a resurgence for 2014 thanks to the Swoosh dropping the unexpected original in white and blue this past January. Now the simplistic silhouette is back in a canvas and vulcanized outsole aesthetic in a collaborative effort with the folks over at Size?. Playing upon textures and prints, the Surfaces Pack gives the sneaker four new monochromatic hues ranging from orange, jade green, black and white, each color overlaying a faux-crocodile skin pattern. Stick with us after the click for more from this upcoming Size? x Nike Tennis Classic collection and know that you can head over to Size? to grab your pair today.

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Nike Tennis Classic AC – White – University Red

April 15th, 2014 by | 2 comments

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It’s been a quiet year thus far for the Nike Tennis Classic. The original white and blue colorway dropped back in January (a style that debuted on this shoe when it was still called the ‘Wimbledon’), but that’s been the only piece of news to report. Luckily, today we have a new pair to share with you, which is done in the vulc-soled AC style and swaps out the blue accents for University Red. This is an extremely clean sneaker and an old school answer to the Air Tech Challenge revival, which you can see in more detail below and available now at shops like Titolo.

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Nike Tennis Classic Returns in an OG Colorway

January 12th, 2014 by | No comments

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There’s no doubt that Nike’s back catalog of basketball and running silhouettes are their strongest, but that doesn’t mean that those were the only sports they were concerned with in their genesis. The Nike Tennis Classic for example is a fine example of them stepping out of those lines. The no-frills, court built model is shown here in a retro release that stays pretty true to the OG blue and white colorway that came before they got a bit more flamboyant with their tennis offerings via the Tech Challenge line. See the shoes below and then purchase your pair today from SNS if you approve.

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Nike Tennis Classic – Light Crimson – Summit White

January 12th, 2014 by | 1 comment

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After a few of the vulc-soled AC versions in a row, the Nike Tennis Classic returns to its original cupsole for this new release. This Light Crimson edition has not been presented to us as such, but it has the look of a Nike Sportswear VNTG release thanks to the rusty suede upper, unfinished nylon tongue and a slightly off-white shade in use on the sole. They’re coming up with a February release date so check out a few more shots after the jump, then pre-order yours for next month’s shipment from Titolo.

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Nike Tennis Classic AC Premium – Black Suede

November 11th, 2013 by | No comments

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Earlier this month, we got a look at a new Tennis Classic AC LX set to drop next month in a luxurious quilted patent leather build.  Here’s another black Nike Tennis Classic AC, this time a Premium and available right now.  Instead of a glossy patent leather upper, these rely on suede for adding a bit of texture to a low key design with its Swooshes outlined by side panel perforations.  Take a closer look at them below to appreciate the quality of this subtle take on an established favorite, then grab the latest Tennis Classics from Tres Bien.

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Nike Tennis Classic AC LX

November 1st, 2013 by | No comments

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It’s fairly common for Nike Sportswear to apply multiple colorways to a single model centered around a similar theme. Likewise, it’s pretty common to see multiple models designed around the same inspiration, and in this new grouping, we have some of both.  These two new Nike Tennis Classic AC LX lowtops mirror the aesthetics of the Air Max 1 FBs that just dropped, which is to say that the black pair goes with a quilt-embossed patent leather and the white edition relies on microperforated leather.  Both of these eschew the flash of their AM1 counterparts (leopard from the black pair and a metallic Swoosh on the whites) which fits this low-key silhouette well.  You can see more of both of these Tennis Classic AC LXes in more photos below and with the release date coming up in December, you can secure yours now with a pre-order from Titolo.

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Nike Tennis Classic AC Premium – Black – Light Bone – Lime

September 10th, 2013 by | No comments

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Nike Sportswear has been pretty restrained in its use of the Tennis Classic following this iconic lowtop’s foray into SB territory back in spring. The newest Nike Tennis Classic colorway reads like a combination of three of those four styles, albeit with different materials, as black suede makes use of white accents and just a hint of lime green to liven up the otherwise subdued palette. This is one of those casual go-to models that you can count on as the foundation of your everyday rotation, and you can pre-order a pair today in advance of the October shipment from Titolo.

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