Comments: I have worn Prince QT Low for years and loved them. Since they are no longer being made I have been
forced to try other brands. I bought my first pair of Lotto shoes and they hurt my ankles. The tongue needs more padding. I
thought maybe they just needed breaking in, but that has not helped.
Comments: There's bad news and good news about these shoes. These shoes arrived 4/1/13 and I have worn them
for about 11 hours on court over the course of 1 week. Already the treads are showing noticeable wear, more wear than I
on shoes I have worn for several months. The good news is they are made of leather and they are very comfortable.
Comments: This is the third pair of Lotto shoes I've owned; different styles but all very similar to this one. Lotto
to work really well for me, I know it is kind of old school, but I love the look of a clean white shoe. The slightly narrow width is just
right, and when they say light weight they really mean it. Despite what it says here, I find them true to size in length, I most often
wear an 8.5 (occasionally a 9) and these shoes are just right for me at 8.5. They do take a couple of games to break in, but feel
after that. I'm a once-a-weekish, 3.0 baseliner who plays on hard courts, and these shoes last me 2-3 years, but I only wear them
tennis. I look around whenever it's time for a new pair, have tried on New Balance, Prince and others, but nothing ever feels as
as the Lottos. Keep 'em coming!