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Comments: This was my very first pair of shoes that I had bought for tennis. I had them for 3 months, they were great, but then the leather tore and made a hole from my foot sliding around in the shoe.
Comments: Had to return because felt like there was ZERO arch support. I wear normal shoes and don't usually even think about arch support, but these were literally FLAT.
Comments: I've worn these shoes for 4 months and really liked them at first. Now I am starting to get pain on the top of my left foot left of the laces. Feels like sore tendons. I switched back to my Barricade V's and the pain is going away. I don't think the Barricade Team shoes offer enough support to wear them 3-4 times a week.
Comments: I've always worn barricades. The Barricade Team did not feel good in practice or matches. There wasn't enough support on the sides, and the tongue was short, which hurt my ankles.
Comments: I bought these shoes and had to send them back. They are very narrow and I have a AA width foot. If you are looking for a wider toe panel, these sneakers are not for you.
Comments: I just purchased these shoes and think they are very nice. My last pair was the Barricade V, which were pretty heavy and clunky. These are a couple of ounces lighter and seem to be molding to my feet (instead of my feet molding to my shoes). I've only worn them twice, but so far so good! I have noticed a little friction under my big toes after playing for an hour or more. I think I will wear a little heavier sock soon.
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