Comments: I've worn New Balance shoes for years. This is the worst shoe ever. I got a 2E and it still rubs on the
side of my foot. There's no toe box and no arch. The inside of the shoe is slick and my foot kept jamming into the end of the
shoe. I tied them tighter and I still ran out of the shoe twice on the court. I hate them. I tried two pairs of socks, tried new
insoles, and re-laced them. Again, just a bad shoe.
Comments: These MC 1005 2E shoes have the best support and cushioning so far. My feet and joints don't hurt
after 3 hours of tennis. The best thing, though, is that they feel light and low to the ground. These shoes have improved my foot
work and have given me new legs at the same time. Hope they make these for a long time.
Comments: This is my second pair of MC 1005 2E, and I play on hard court in hot weather in Texas. It's light and
I like the 1005-2E more than 1004-2E (which are heavier/harder and I used 5 pairs in 3 years). I have wide feet and the 2E model
perfectly to my feet.
Comments: I have worn the New Balance for many years and have enjoyed the fit and stablity of the older models
the 1005. They did away with the inner shoe lining, and the insole does not have as much support (I got shin splints the first
that I wore them). Even the laces seem cheap. They will work fine for mowing the grass but I will not use them for tennis. This will
the last pair of New Balance that I will buy.