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Comments: After reading the reviews I took a chance on these shoes, as they looked like my beloved Adidas. What
a mistake. This shoe is heavy, gave me blisters, and slow. I hate them and now I am stuck with a pair of expensive duds.
Comments: My second pair of these shoes. Yes, a bit heavy, but I need a good stable shoe
because I am a runner. Most others are too soft and I get shin splints or stress fractures. They are comfortable but so stable. The
metal shoelace holes are rough on the laces. On my second set of laces. Have never bought second set of laces for any athletic
shoes. Still love the shoe.
Comments: This shoe runs small. I am a true 7.5 and my toe is hitting the top of the shoe and is almost at the end
of it, so it's cut too short. It would not be comfortable for playing.
After reading some of the comments here about the shoe's tendency to roll, I am
not so sure I will get a 1/2 size larger. They are going back for sure though.
Comments: I do not recommend these shoes at all. Comfortable, yes, but like some of the other ladies, my ankle
rolled while quickly switching directions. I now have 2 complete tears and a fracture in my ankle. I am having surgery in a couple
days. I am a 4.0-4.5 player. For the record, I have never rolled my ankle in any other shoes before.
Comments: I am a doubles player. Like some of the other comments, I also fell while wearing them. They are very
heavy and are not good for quick, sharp movements.
Comments: This is a durable and comfortable shoe. Unlike others, at four months of 3-4x/week play, the balls of
my feet don't hurt (usually an indication I've compacted the insole and need new shoes). The downside is I was never able to get a
really snug fit around my skinny ankles - maybe lacing problem others have mentioned?
Comments: After years of playing my beloved sport, I have had every shoe out there. Recently I have had a pain in
the ball of my foot, needed to put insoles in the shoes and these are the perfect fit with the orthotics. Gives you plenty room in the
toe box and a cushioned ride. They are a bit heavier than other shoes out there for tennis, but they are working out for me. Had to
buy 7-1/2 and usually would buy a 7.
Comments: These shoes are very comfortable and extremely well cushioned. I also thought they were a little
unstable at first but I was able to make them significantly more stable by taking a few extra minutes and lacing them up tightly at
each juncture. Now they are perfect and are my favorite shoes. They are holding up well. (I always wear a size 9 in KSwiss and
had to go up to a 9.5.)
Comments: This shoe is durable, but the lacing is very bad. I need to keep shoe strings in my bag because the
metal breaks them so often.
Comments: Been playing competitive tennis for 40+ years. This was the first pair of K-Swiss
shoes I have ever purchased. A friend told me how comfortable they were. Unfortunately, I
have fallen down on 2 separate occasions while playing in these shoes. I found out that the
friend has also fallen twice on the court. Would not recommend these shoes to anyone
serious about their tennis game... or their health.
Comments: Just like Ginny. I bought these shoes 2 months ago. I loved them in the beginning, but now the balls of
my feet hurt, my toes tingle, and it feels like I'm running on concrete. The heel does have great cushioning but I think they forgot
to cushion the balls of the shoes. Looking to get new shoes today!!! I'm a 4.0 player who plays 4-5 times a day and up to 3 or 5
hours on the court at a time.
Comments: I also have to agree with Debby and Linda and Stacy. They are advertised as "true to size," but I am a
true 71/2 and these shoes are somewhere between a 7 and 71/2. My toes are at the end of the toe box. Not quite uncomfortable
but close. I should have ordered 1/2 size larger. But, like Stacy I wore mine before I found out. I am considering re-ordering
another pair 1/2 size larger. Other than that, I think the shoe is great!
Comments:I got these shoes and for the first few games they were great. But after the 'break-in' this shoe became
bulky and heavy on the foot. I find that with each play, I needed to double the sock or take them off and start with a new pair of
socks. I don't recommend these shoes, especially, if you have worn Nike or Adidas. Also, if you tend to move quickly from side to
side stay away from these shoes. I have almost rolled the ankle doing that.
Comments: Awesome shoes, great from the start. Really comfortable.
Comments: Bought the shoes a couple of months ago. After about an hour of play, the ball of my foot was burning.
Happened a few times after that even after changing to thicker socks and thinner socks. Eventually the problem stopped; however,
I now have plantar faciitis. I don't know if the problem has anything to do with this shoe but I am going to switch brands anyway.
Comments: What happened to the size 12? I am looking to reorder this shoe, which was fantastic and now there
aren't any. When will they be available again? Another customer mentioned the same about the mesh version.
Comments: I am about to order my 2nd pair of this shoe-I love them. Great support and comfort. No break in
required. They get a little hot, but it is worth it for the extra support.
Comments: I wore them for the first time today in a singles match. They were awesome, no break-in period
required. Very comfortable and stable. This is a good shoe for ladies who have wide feet.
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