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Comments: I bought the black/white/red ones and have twisted my ankle about 3 times since purchasing them. I
had a pair of Barricade IIIs and never twisted my ankle. Barricades are more stable. I guess a $100 pair of shoes is just better
than a $60 pair.
From: Jeff, 11/14
Comments: I'm a level 3/4 player -- aggressive on the run. Before this shoe, I had regular tennis shoes, but not
"tennis shoes" specific for tennis. At first they felt very rigid, and one foot felt more narrow than the other -- I had no choice but
to wear them for a while because I had no other option. After a 3rd time a wearing them I just love them. They adjust just right to
your foot, they feel like a glove, very well built, and I have had them now for about 3 months and they still are in great shape. O
use them 3 times a week for a period of 90 minutes-3 hour periods per day. I just bought another pair because I found them on
sale, I was going to buy a more expensive model, but decided for the same model again. I will store them until I wear out the othe
pair, really these are great shoes. Give them a try, you will love them after they adjust to your foot.
From: Pedro, 7/14
Comments: These shoes are not good. Plain and simple. Bought a whole set for my team and they didn't last, all 12
pairs. Sad. If we had proper funds, we would have bought Barricades.
From: Memo, 6/14
Comments: I'm a level 4-4.5 player and very aggressive on the run. Footwork is not smooth for me, so usually I rely
on the shoes to hold their end on making sure I don't drag my toes into the ground. These shoes last maybe a few months before
the shoes hurt your eyes when looking at them. Overall 7/10 for great traction, comfy ride, supportive claw, appearance (for the
first two months) and great price. I can always go back to these good shoes.
From: Arash, 2/14
Comments: The right shoe feels more narrow than the other. I've never had this problem before. Am going to
return them. Also, the footbed feels very hard.
From: Peter, 11/13
Comments: This is my second comment on these shoes. Previously, I mentioned that I thought the material was
cheap. Well Saturday while backing up to hit a backhand in these shoes, I nearly twisted my foot off. I suffered a massive ankle
sprain, but luckily no breaks. As I said previously, I have always wore Barricades. And I have never experienced a turned ankle in
those. But those, as you know, are very tough material and well made. I wouldn't recommend these shoes, they are not a deal at
50 dollars, not when your health could be harmed.
From: J, 11/13
Comments: Bought these 2 months ago. Already the threads are coming loose at the toe. They fit well, but
durability is very poor. I don't recommend these shoes.
From: Raj, 11/13
Comments: I've been wearing Barricades since the Barricade IIs. Lately, the new Barricades have been so loud in
color, I just couldn't buy a pair. I needed a new pair of shoes though, and took a chance on these because they looked good to
me. Never wore Bercudas. Played in them today for the 1st time. Initial response: the tongue of the shoe slides down beneath the
laces during play, which really annoys me. They seemed to have good grip. The material that makes up the front of the shoe
seems cheap. I think with this shoe, I am going to get what I paid for, a non superior 50 dollar shoe. My advice, go for one of the
crazy colored Barricades, or hold out for one without a crazy color scheme.
From: J, 10/13
Comments: I have worn the Bercuda 1 and 2 since this line came out. They were good quality shoes and reasonably
durable for their price. The Bercuda 3 looks sharper. However, these shoes are so much narrower than the Bercuda 1 and 2. I first
not notice the difference, but after wearing them on the court a couple of times, my feet were getting so sore. Luckily, I had an old
pair of Bercuda 2s so I could compare. These Bercuda 3 shoes are definitely a lot narrower. If Bercuda 1 and 2 felt like the right
for your foot, you will have trouble with Bercuda 3.
From: Anon, 9/13