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Westwood Tennis Shoe Standard

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  • Westwood Tennis Shoe Standard

INSPIRED BY THE CLASSIC TENNIS STYLINGS OF THE MID-SIXTIES

Our 05/65 Westwood Tennis Shoe honors the legendary Arthur Ashe and is inspired by the classic tennis stylings of the mid-sixties. After our lightweight canvas uppers are cut and sewn, we salt-wash each pair for over 90 minutes for a soft, perfectly faded finish. Backstay features a vintage cotton webbing. Superior comfort footbed and uppers are lined in naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic bamboo canvas to keep your foot dry and odor free. Heel counter is lined in sueded leather to secure fit. Our traditional calendar outsole is made with genuine gum rubber for a softer, more elastic result.

 

05/65 ORIGIN: In May 1965, led by team captain Arthur Ashe, the UCLA men's tennis team wins the NCAA National Championship on its home court in Westwood, California. Ashe, the country's highest ranking collegian, captures both the singles and doubles titles, as UCLA claims 31 of a possible 34 points.

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$77.99

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Size

14
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16
Size Guide

Width

Medium - M

Availability: 1 in stock

INSPIRED BY THE CLASSIC TENNIS STYLINGS OF THE MID-SIXTIES

Our 05/65 Westwood Tennis Shoe honors the legendary Arthur Ashe and is inspired by the classic tennis stylings of the mid-sixties. After our lightweight canvas uppers are cut and sewn, we salt-wash each pair for over 90 minutes for a soft, perfectly faded finish. Backstay features a vintage cotton webbing. Superior comfort footbed and uppers are lined in naturally antibacterial and hypoallergenic bamboo canvas to keep your foot dry and odor free. Heel counter is lined in sueded leather to secure fit. Our traditional calendar outsole is made with genuine gum rubber for a softer, more elastic result.

 

05/65 ORIGIN: In May 1965, led by team captain Arthur Ashe, the UCLA men's tennis team wins the NCAA National Championship on its home court in Westwood, California. Ashe, the country's highest ranking collegian, captures both the singles and doubles titles, as UCLA claims 31 of a possible 34 points.

If you are unsure of your shoe size, measure your feet to find your size. Please also keep in mind that each shoe brand fits differently and therefore your size may be different by brand and even be different by style within the same brand. Please refer to the fit guide and reviews on products for additional information.

Please follow the directions below:

  1. Wearing a sock of medium thickness, stand on a piece of paper.
  2. Place a mark at the end of your heel and at the tip of your longest toe.
  3. Mark the sides of your foot at the widest part.
  4. Measure both feet and use the larger of the two
  5. To find your size, use these measurements and refer to the sizing chart below.
  6. If your measurements are between two sizes, or you find one foot's measurement is larger than the other, always move up to the larger size.
Length Size Width size B or C Width size D Width size EE or EEE
11 11/16 13 4 4 6/16 4 12/16
12 14 4 2/16 4 8/16 4 14/16
12 5/16 15 4 4/16 4 10/16 5
12 11/16 16 4 4/16 4 12/16 5 2/16
13 17 4 8/16 4 14/16 5 4/16
13 5/16 18 4 10/16 5 5 6/16
13 11/16 19 4 12/16 5 2/16 5 8/16
14 20 4 14/16 5 4/16 5 10/16

It is also helpful to know the width of your foot, widths are expressed in many ways for mens shoes. Below is a chart that will help you dechiper all the variations of width - each shoe manufacturer marks widths differently.

Narrow Medium Wide Extra Wide
N M W XW
B D E EEE
C EE 3E
2E 4E

Please also keep in mind that each shoe brand fits differently and therefore your size may be different by brand and even be different by style within the same brand.

The shoes on our site are all U.S. sizes. To convert an international size to its U.S. size, go to the size conversion table below.

USA UK EUR Inches
13 12 47 11 11/16
14 13 48 12
15 14 49 12 5/16
16 15 50 12 11/16
17 16 51 13

International Shoe Size Notes

  1. Canadian shoe sizes are equivalent (identical) to American shoe sizes.
  2. Mexican shoe sizes plus 1? are the same as American Men's shoe sizes.
  3. British shoe sizes plus 1 are the same as American Men's shoe sizes.
  4. Japanese shoes sizes are American Men's shoes sizes plus 18. (Some companies say add 19.)
  5. Europe uses a system that came from the French called Paris Points. One Paris Point equals two-thirds of a centimeter. The system starts at zero centimeters and increases. There are no half sizes. American size 0 is the same as 15 Paris Points.
  6. Australia and New Zealand use the same shoe sizes as the United Kingdom.

If you are unsure of your shoe size, he’s how to measure it:

  1. Wearing a sock of medium thickness, stand on a piece of paper.
  2. Place a mark at the end of your heel and at the tip of your longest toe.
  3. Mark the sides of your foot at the widest part.
  4. Measure both feet and use the larger of the two
  5. To find your size, use these measurements and refer to the sizing chart below.
  6. If your measurements are between two sizes, or you find one foot's measurement is larger than the other, always move up to the larger size.