NIKE Women’s Court Lite Tennis Shoe, White/Lava Glow-Vast Grey, 8
NIKE Women's Court Lite Tennis Shoe, White/Lava Glow-Vast Grey, 8
- Combination of upper materials for durability and comfort.
- Mesh tongue enhances breathability.
- GDR outsole provides durable traction.
- Full-length Phylon midsole provides lightweight cushioning.
- Added layer of material on the toe area for abrasion resistance.
Women's Nike Court Lite Tennis Shoe combines a leather and mesh upper with a Phylon midsole for durable comfort and stability. A GDR outsole provides lasting traction on hardcourt surfaces.
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