In September 2016, the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) visited Canada on tour. During a visit to Victoria in British Columbia, she debuted a new pair sneakers while helping to sail a ship around the city’s harbour (pictured below). They were the Superga 2750 Cotu Classics in white canvas.
Kate’s worn the Superga sneakers on a number of occasions since. They’re perfect for the casual engagements where she’s representing the Royal Family. Pictured below: Kate attending a reception for Heads Together runners at Kensington Palace in April 2017.
About the Superga Cotu Sneakers:
Kate wears the Superga 2750 Cotu Classics. The tennis shoe was invented in 1925 and it’s been a wardrobe staple ever since. The shoe features a strong cotton canvas upper and a vulcanised gum sole. The fully breathable pure cotton shoes come in a range of classic colours.
Here’s how Superga describes the sneakers:
Our Classic Superga 2750 Cotu shoe is Fashion’s trainer of choice. With an extra strong, fully breathable, pure cotton upper, our timeless shape trainer is a lightweight, simple canvas tennis shoe with our vulcanised rubber sole. In production since 1911, this is the staple shoe with full versatility, and is the very definition of smart casual.
Where to buy Kate’s sneakers:
If you’d like to “copy Kate” and her Superga Cotu Sneakers, you’ll be pleased to know they’re still available for purchase on the following websites:
View more of Kate’s sneakers:
The Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) owns multiple pairs of trainers/sneakers. Browse more below: