The Nike Tennis Classics have stood the test of time while transcending their sport. They first appeared on tennis courts during the 1970s, and today you can find fashion-first versions of them at stores like J.Crew, Urban Outfitters, and Bloomingdale's.
And now, Nike is making Nike Tennis Classics for golfers.
The newly-launched Nike Course Classics ($100), which are available for both men and women, are clean, modern and sleek. While they come in a variety of colors, we especially love the fresh, all-white versions. Their uppers are made from a combination of real and synthetic leathers, and their outsoles are designed to offer ultimate traction where golfers need it most. They're also designed with Phylon midsoles -- a spongy foam that's been used in almost every performance shoe from Nike.
It's been a while since Nike has offered a clean, fashion-forward golf shoe. Luckily for us, that's no longer the case.