From the ground up

First introduced in 1975 as a predecessor to the Cross Trainer, the Nike All Court has since proven itself to be an all-around shoe. First released with a canvas upper in white and light blue, this original version of the All Court has become a sport classic by way of various courts of play. It’s a basketball shoe, a tennis shoe, a squash shoe, a handball and racquetball shoe that has ultimately been taken by the street to become a lifestyle shoe.

The simple and timeless look of the All Court has attracted such design partners as Hiroshi and APC, who chose to reinterpret the All Court to only later become two of the most coveted collaboration projects released last year.

In 2010 the All Court Leather comes in a mid version. It comes with premium leather uppers, perforated Swoosh and a clean white vulcanized outer sole. It will be available soon in black, purple and green.

Another look at the Nike Sportswear All Court Leather Mid follows after the jump.

Nike Sportswear All Court Leather Mid

Via Nike Sportswear.

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