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wimbledon style centre court tennis shoes

The British summertime is epitomised by the classic scenes at Wimbledon, with masses of strawberries and cream, ridiculous sunburns, disposable barbecues and ever-changing weather conditions. Whether you’re an avid tennis player yourself, or a self-proclaimed “seasoned pro”, it is the biggest and most anticipated sporting event of our glorious summer. With such a major event starting today, we wanted to make sure you were kitted out shoe-wise for all the scenarios you might find yourself in over the next couple of weeks!

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With Wimbledon reaching fever pitch, we’ve been bitten by the sporty little bug and the schuh HQ office chat is frequently revolving around the tournament. With us being obsessed with shoes, we’ve been making quite a racket about our favourite tennis shoes. Off the court stylin’ has never been so easy, so why not check out some of the tennis shoes we’ll be serving up during the Wimbledon Championship.

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Ever since the process of vulcanisation (melting rubber to fabric) was first pioneered, the trainer has enjoyed a forever growing popularity. The trainer has had a re-vamp over the past few seasons, reverting back to classic silhouettes and colours. But what we can all agree on is that we can’t get enough of them; comfortable and stylish they will work for you no matter what the occasion.

Whether you’re hitting the field, court or just getting a few pints in, they’ve now became a wardrobe staple for every guy’s collection of footwear. So, to make sure you know what styles are best for sport and whether some are just best for those days of kicking it casual, we’re giving you a rundown of the 4 best styles in our men’s trainer guide.

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schuh adidas Rod Laver

This season, court inspired tennis shoes are making an impact, just in time for tennis season! Think classic retro styles in crisp white colourways. It all started with the return of the Stan Smith and now we can’t get enough of clean, white lines. Anyone for tennis? Read more

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