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post #31 of 44 (permalink) Old Apr 23rd, 2016, 01:26 PM
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The best way is go to the tennis store.

I have experienced with buy online and the shoes did not fit in.
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post #33 of 44 (permalink) Old May 28th, 2017, 05:08 PM
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Hi - sorry for cutting in but I can't create a new thread/post.. I wanted your advise on new tennis shoes. As I play double hand backhand and forehand, grip is absolutely guy as I have to have more agility, run faster and really focus on anticipation and movement/positioning. I wanted to get a recommendation on tennis shoes which could be used on both clay and astroturf (as I don't think there's shoes that could work on hard/astroturf? Thanks very much
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I'm planning to buy new tennis shoes and I am wondering if you have any suggestions? My problem is that I have wide feet, so I am searching for shoes that are appropriate for wide feet.
Thank you in advance for your answers

Addidas has allot of tennis/spot shoes, you can check your local store.
And with sizes well I think that will depend on the availability.
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We have those horrible astro/fake grass courts at my local club. Obviously grass tennis shoes cost a bomb - my thought is would a cheap pair of astro football boots work on a tennis court? I very rarely play on them so CBA paying for proper ones.
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I bought a pair of Reeboks on an auction site - they turned out to be WORK shoes - with steel toes!! Slip and oil resistant. Can I wear these for tennis??
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post #37 of 44 (permalink) Old Oct 3rd, 2017, 09:27 AM
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I would recommend using different shoes for every surface. The outsole should be different for clay and for grass, not speaking about the hard courts. Using the clay shoes for hard would mean you will wear them down very quickly and vice versa. And more, you are risking injury when using hard court shoes for clay, because of slipping. So be careful, invest a little bit more. Here is a good tennis shoes guide, what you need for different surfaces, what is important and what not.
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I bought a pair of Reeboks on an auction site - they turned out to be WORK shoes - with steel toes!! Slip and oil resistant. Can I wear these for tennis??
No way! you will destroy the court.
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My patients have found the Velcro straps to be very easy to use and adjust, especially those with arthritis in their hands. I have appreciated the constant updating to the products with new offerings and improvements to the line every season and look forward to continuing to offer the shoes to my patients for many years.I have been offering patients Orthofeet shoes for 6+ years and my patients, both diabetics and non-diabetic, have found them to be comfortable and stylish.
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post #40 of 44 (permalink) Old Sep 12th, 2018, 07:18 AM
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Not a shoe expert but I go with Adidas since it's a trusted brand. No problems so far.
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These aren’t specifically tennis shoes, but boy to they feel well when playing tennis! 😎
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post #42 of 44 (permalink) Old Jan 8th, 2019, 01:35 PM
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I also have wide feet and I find the prince T22 suits me very well. However, shoes are a very personal thing. You really need to try them. I used to use the Prince quiktrac, which I liked. When the quiktrac 2 came out I didn't like it at all. I then found the Prince T10, which fit me well, and then the T22.

I tried the barricade and didn't like it.

In all honesty you can't tell until you try the shoes, unless you know that someone has a very similarly shaped foot to you.




Depending on how strict the club you play at is, you can use jogging shoes if you are a beginner but I would definitely prefer to play in tennis shoes once you start improving. Tennis shoes are designed to help you stop quickly and turn on a flat surface, whereas jogging shoes are designed to make forward movement comfortable and also to help you run on uneven surfaces. Plex Kodi Lucky Patcher

Some clubs insist you have proper non marking tennis shoes.
what brand of tennis shoes so?

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what brand of tennis shoes so?
I'm not quite sure what your question is.

Are you asking me what brand of tennis shoes I suggest?

It depends on what the shape of your foot is. Personally, I have wide feet, so I like Prince shoes. I find that certain New Balance and Asics shoes also work well for me.

However, for people with narrower feet, Adidas and Nike are often better.
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post #44 of 44 (permalink) Old Mar 27th, 2019, 04:03 AM
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For anyone interested in tennis shoes, this list might really help:

http://athleteaudit.com/best-tennis-shoes
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