July 4, 2012 BY John Kim
With just about a week left as far as Wimbledon 2012 goes what better time to zoom in on one of Nike’s classic tennis models? Better yet, the Nike Tennis Classic even originally carried a Wimbledon moniker, having dropped back in 1982 following McEnroe’s success in them the year prior at that most sacred of grounds in tennis. The pairs speak to tennis uniform guidelines of the time, opting to color in the lines rather than bend the rules Air Jordan 1 style. Click through with us for a better look at the Nike Tennis Classic VNTG, a set of just 500 pairs to be sold exclusively at Size? and hit them up now so you can put a pair on before they disappear.
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