Gucci 'Tennis 84' Lace-Up Sneaker

The upscale tennis shoe that fathered many a style returns in OG form. The Gucci ‘Tennis 84’ Lace-Up Sneaker is back using lux white leather with the signature brand web on back. A rubber sole and green and red detail dress this subtle classic that inspired the likes of the Reebok S. Carter line. This model is available now at Gucci.

Gucci ‘Tennis 84’ Lace-Up Sneaker
White/Green-Red
$375

Gucci 'Tennis 84' Lace-Up Sneaker

Gucci 'Tennis 84' Lace-Up Sneaker

Thanks Gary!

  • http://twitter.com/iamrobtoast Rob Meschino

    i saw something about these recently. something about how they were the first insanely expensive sneaker, making them affordable to rich people with terrible purchase behaviors and drug dealers, exclusively. love it.

  • SayWha

    Nah son.. that aint $375 worth of shoe right there. be 4real.

  • yo mom

    1. boooooooooring.
    2. wtf is that?
    3. fuck gucci and gucci man, too… brrrr

  • Ely0222

    these are kinda clean, looks likes nice materials also, but wuts up wit the price tag, they better be complete custom wit individual # for that sticker price, would look good in the summer though, to much snow and rain around my way this time of year

  • Vut978

    These look like the s.Carter

    • http://twitter.com/nefariousL_1015 Kenneth L. Myers II

      no s. carters look like these

      • Davechris7

        I remember when they came out. Over hyped because of the name brand. The silhouette wasnt unique at all. I looked like any other clean adidas shoe of the era. The Gucci name and the “off white/cream” gave it its appeal.

  • Jose_andon

    THIS WAS THE SHOE 2 HAVE IN THE 80’S IF YOU WERE ON TOP OF YOUR DOPE GAME IN HARLEM!!!!!!!!!

  • Raydavis125

    If they put a swoosh on these, the hype would be on.

  • The_Prophet_57

    I can’t get into kicks like these. I don’t care what logo is on em

  • The_Prophet_57

    I wouldn’t even pay $50.00 for these. seriously

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1360735491 Kellen Taylor

    for rich folk only…and im not one of them

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Timothy-J-Byrd/690004136 Timothy J. Byrd

    If you ain’t grow up in the 80’s you can’t appreciate these throwbacks…

  • Freshsince1978

    What took Nice Kicks so long to post a classic like this! This shoe has been out for almost a year now. They also have the all black low and a black croc that will set you back $1150.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Jason-Smith/1216827822 Jason Smith

    A relic from the dawn of the crack era…the black ones were better but I agree about the price…You could cop (at least) two pair of waaaay iller shoes for that dough.

  • Winse

    I used to have these but they were the RBK S. Carters

    • http://google Tony Bluntz

      No you use to have s.carters these are Gucci. S. carter would be the knock off.

  • Anonymous

    I remember these selling for $250 at the Gucci shop in Atlantic City back in the days. The Hi-tops sold for $300.

  • Gold9oh

    these joints is sick. big daddy kane is rockin some og’s in the video for no half steppin. im on these tough

  • http://twitter.com/edwithdabread ? edwithdabread

    i have these, deadstock. From the 80’s price $10,000. email me for more info. lol jk

  • Bobby

    They need to come out with the Green Hi Tops….

  • Marco

    They exactly like the S. Carter from years back

    • Polo

      No. S. Carter is exactly like the Gucci 84….hence the 84….as in these shoes came out in 1984….more than a decade before the S. Carter. Get it straight son!

  • HAHAHA

    This shoe model should have died once Jay-Z swaggar jacked them for his reebok line.

  • DeBo from BROOKLYN

    It kills me that the young dudes on here don’t even have the presence of mind to acknowledge that they may in fact be ignorant about this type of ish. The name alone (Gucci Tennis ’84) should be an indication that this shoe is a predecessor. If yall were really into kicks, you’d know that Jay-Z admittedly designed his shoe after this shoe. Are you guys too lazy to learn the history of what you likely claim to love? With that being said, these kicks are strictly for the 1989 Sterling driving, fat gold rope sportin’, Dapper Dan Gucci velour wearers. Dope as hell and classic.