New Balance WC 696 White/Silver D Women's Shoe Customer feedback
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Comments: If you're looking for a durable shoe, this is not it. I play 2 hours a day, 6 times a week on hard courts.
These shoes provided very good traction the first couple of days of play but after a little over a week, the outsole wore out and I
started to slip. Comfortable? Yes. Durable? Not even close.
Comments: Tried several pairs before I found these. Love them! They have a wide width for my wide feet without
the bulky appearance most wide tennis shoes have. They are leather and mesh as opposed to synthetic leather that NB has
unfortunately started using in other styles I have tried. They are lightweight yet still feel supportive. The color is very pretty and
the look is sleek. They were comfortable on the court right out of the box.
Comments: The durability is poor.The heel as the toe area on the sole wore off in the first month of play and I play
times a week on hard courts.
Comments: This shoe looks amazing and fits true to size, but it definitely requires breaking in. I switched from the
Nike Zoom Courtlite to this shoe thinking they would be similar in comfort and weight, but this shoe is extremely uncomfortable
compared to the Courtlite. I had to bend it around a few time to be able to even walk around comfortably, and I ended up
the insoles of the Courtlites with these so that I could be comfortable at all. There's a sort of weird bump around the toe area
that makes this shoe a little awkward to wear. Again, they look great and are light, but if you are going for comfort, you'll
have to invest in another insole.
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