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L003 Sneakers
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Lacoste L003 Sneakers

Brand Sizing: US
Listed in US sizing.
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  • Fabric: Performance mesh
  • Logo patch at tongue and heel
  • Padded collar and tongue
  • Pull tabs
  • Lace-up closure
  • Round toe
  • Rubber sole
  • Imported, Vietnam
  • This item cannot be gift-boxed
Style #LCOST30475
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Lacoste Size Guide

NEW! Lacoste-specific size guide
Now you’ll see measurements and size conversions provided in partnership with Lacoste when available.
Brand Size (US)77.588.599.51010.51111.51212.5131415
Heel to toe (in)9.79.91010.210.410.510.710.91111.211.511.611.81212.2

Sizing details are based on information provided by Lacoste. For specific measurements or other assistance, please contact Customer Service.
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About the Designer

Lacoste was launched by French tennis player René Lacoste who considered a knit polo shirt to be the most practical clothing for the game, and by the 1950s Lacoste was marketed as “the status symbol of the competent sportsman.” Since then, Lacoste has held its place as a wardrobe staple among tennis and non-tennis players alike. In 2010, under the guidance of designer Felipe Oliveira, Lacoste continues to invoke the spirit and sporting heritage of its founder, offering French sensibilities with a touch of everyday ease.