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Comments: This shoe fits like a glove -- not necessarily in a good way. It is a narrow shoe which really comes
through in the toe box. Your toes get packed in tight. I also found that the rubber on the sole is hard which can cause your foot
to slide when you plant. This is tricky when you are running to get to the ball (but would be great if you slide well). If you want a
light shoe that form fits to your foot and your legs (knees and ankles especially) are strong, then this is a great shoe for you.
From: Doug, 3/15
Comments: This is such a fantastic shoe! It may not hold up to the rigors of play by todays touring pros and top
level young players but the advantage of the light weight and comfort are tremendous! Why in the world does adidas not make
these in sizes larger than 12.5? They should at least be made in a size 13 and 14. Also, the tread design makes these shoes
versatile for both hard and clay courts. The blue/green color scheme is an added cosmetic bonus. I am a former tour player who is
now a highly ranked national senior player. Come on adidas, step up to the plate and make me a bigger fan than I already am.
From: Mel, 8/14
Comments: Here is some background info on me to start: I am 6'3'' and weigh 210 lbs and I am "vigorous" player. I
write this because I find that weight and the way you move on the court are major factors in how quickly you wear shoes out. On
to the shoes. Pros: the shoes are very stable, light, comfortable, and you can feel the court very well. For me, the latest
characteristic is the most important as I don't feel comfortable wearing shoes that feel "boxy" (e.g. adidas Barricade 7, Babolat
Propulse 4). Cons: it's only one -- durability. I play 2 or 3 times a week, and I go through a pair in a month. Bottom Line: if you
can afford to buy a new pair every 4 to 8 weeks, these shoes are phenomenal.
From: Gio, 4/14
Comments: This shoe is ridiculous. Crazy light, super comfy, and very sharp looking. Highly recommended for
playing tennis indoors or on clay courts, as durability will surely be a concern. The trade-offs in this shoe is the brilliant
performance is well worth the overall short life of the shoe. Buck up and buy another pair!
From: Bones, 1/14
Comments: Awesomeness is the only word that I find fit for this amazingly light and stable shoe.
From: Anon, 11/13
Comments: I used to have Air Courtballistics but found them bulky. These are much lighter but not as stable but
From: Lachlan, 11/13
Comments: Well, honestly speaking. This is my top shoe of the year because its affordable, way better than Lotto
Nike, and also it makes it easy to slide. No wonder why people say adidas is better than Nike.
From: Pavan, 7/13