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Rancourt whips up a collection of Horween sneakers for their Heritage Court Classics

The tennis shoe grows up.
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Rancourt turned some heads when they first launched their American-made Court Classic styles and now they've done it again with their new Heritage Court Classic. The Maine-based shoemaker is giving the sneaker a heritage-inspired update complete with Horween Chromexcel leather, chestnut leather laces, and antique brass eyelets. The shoes are also lined in casco horsehide and each shoe sits on a honey-colored Vibram Strighton sole. The shoe is available in both a low and mid-top cut and is available now. 

$270-$285, Rancourt & Co

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