Comments: I've been wearing these for about 3 weeks now in my matches. The comfort seems to be pretty good.
The wear from my toe dragging during serves also seems to be pretty good. However, these were not meant for people with
narrow feet. When I lace up the shoes, there is almost no gap between the top sides. And I wear two pairs of socks. I have to put
a triple knot in the shoe strings just to keep the strings from dragging on the ground. I like the fit of the adidas Bercuda better,
but they wear out too fast.
Comments: The insoles slip out of place when I play. Not a problem I've encountered with the Raptors, which I wore
for the past couple years. Durability and weight are okay, but I would not buy again.
Comments: Love these shoes. Comfortable, supportive and fits my foot well. I have previously used Courtbalistic
Barricade 7s and Adidas Ace 2. These Lotto shoes in my opinion are the most comfortable of the aforementioned. The lacing is
durable (not like Courtbalistic 4.3). The biggest downfall is the durability. I've hit with them a dozen times (approximately 20
hours) and there is noticeable sole wear. I weigh 160lbs. Again, really enjoy the feel of these shoes.
Comments: I've played in KSwiss Big Shots for the past three years and appreciated them for their stability and
consistent comfort. Unfortunately, they are being discontinued, and the Big Shot IIs don't seem to be a legitimate replacement.
Tried these Vectors, which are two ounces lighter than the Big Shots, and are just as comfortable, as well the soles seem to be
more durable. I was going through Big Shots every 6-7 weeks. I've had these for five weeks and have only seen marginal signs of
wear. I think I've found my new shoes!