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Comments: Heavy and narrow in forefoot. Rub blisters on my little toes. Would not recommend.
From: John, 02/15
Comments: These are comfortable, well-made gloves and the leather is nice. They also do keep the back of your hand cool (though of course the palm will still get hot and sweaty). However, I was concerned that the mesh seemed very delicate--especially at the seams--and thus they wouldn't last long. I ended up returning them and going with a more durable-appearing glove instead. On the flip side, these are relatively cheap so it wouldn't be such a big deal to replace them when the mesh eventually tears.
From: Mo, Oakland, CA, USA, 03/14
Comments: I generally like Asics shoes, and I liked the look of these so was disappointed that they were painfully tight around the sides of my forefoot. Thus, despite being good looking and well made shoes, I had to return them. I ran into the same problem with the Asics Gel-Blade 4 shoes, though it was even worse with those. I was surprised because I've owned multiple pairs of Asics running shoes and they've always fit me well from day one. I think I have a pretty "typical" foot--most shoes fit me well right out of the box. Maybe Asics makes the forefoot tight on these to improve lateral support, but unfortunately I found them painfully tight. Another thing to realize about these is that they are pretty warm over the toe area--there isn't a lot of ventilation there. I think Asics designed it this way to improve durability in that area for players who lunge a lot, and they look like they would stand up to a lot of punishment over that toe area. However, it does sacrifice breathability.
From: Mo, Oakland, CA, USA, 03/14
Comments: Hands down best shoe! Low to the ground, great lateral support, wear well. Runs half a size larger than Nike, slightly narrow but not too much. I have worn Prince and Adidas Stabil but have worn the Gel Domain for over 5 years. This is absolutely one of the best indoor court shoes and the new rubber they use makes the shoe wear very well.
From: Juan G., Del Mar, CA, USA, 10/13
Skill-level: 5.5 (squash)
Comments: Tried them out for first time today. Work great. Would say they are for narrow feet. Racquetball Warehouse is right as you should select a size tiny bit smaller than your usual.
From: Alex, Winters, CA, USA, 08/13
Comments: Wish I didn't buy these shoes. The whole bottom of the front of my foot gets very sore and I get blisters pretty bad on my big toes. Feels like the front area of the shoe is too thin on material. Maybe buying better inserts will help (haven't tried yet). But then I'm spending more on the shoe and should have just bought the better model. I like ASICS. But just not this shoe.
From: Mark, Huntington Beach, CA, USA, 08/13
Comments: Great shoe for the $$$! Been using it for about a year, holding up well, they fit like a glove, very light, they grip well and are very stable. I found they run true to size, and are not narrow. Love these shoes!
From: Lou, Highlands Ranch, CO, USofA!!! 03/12
Skill-level: C+/B- depending on the day.
Comments: I have worn this shoe off and on for the past 2 months. It is a very comfortable shoe. It does tend to run a little big, but nothing a thicker pair of socks cannot accommodate. They are comfortable right out of the box and no break in issues are needed. I wear an ankle brace on one ankle and this shoe does seem to provide a necessary amount of ankle support. The shoe is light and has good traction on the court. I would recommend this shoe.
From: Jeff, CA, USA, 08/10