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Comments: I just received my shoes and was disappointed to find that they are at least a half size too small. It says on the shoe's specs that it fits true to size. I would suggest ordering a half size larger. I am returning them and will update if that is infact true.
Comments: Thin sole padding makes front of your feet feel the ground; not comfortable at all. I put in another insole to give more cushion, but my feet still feel the hard court. Worst padding I ever had.
Comments: Ok, admittedly I'm still in first impression territory, but these shoes feel narrow, 'thin' in construction and uncomfortable both above and below the foot. The uppers seem stiff and inflexible, while the underfoot area is thin, and hard, offering very little support it seems to me. I have put my own orthotic gel inserts into the shoes in an effort to avoid injuries.
I am a fan of Prince shoes generally but really don't like the first impression of these at all.
Comments: I have Fred Flintstone feet (wide and high arches) and these are the most comfortable tennis shoes I've worn. I admit I bought them because I liked the way they looked, but I'll buy more because of the weight, comfort and speed of the shoe.
Comments: I first want to say that I am very rough on tennis shoes. I completely wear out a pair in 2-3 months. However, these shoes have held up extremely well and are in no way shape or form even beginning to show signs of wear. Even after 6 months of having them and playing in them 3-4 times a week. I highly recommend them to everyone!
Comments: As an NCAA athlete I would like to say these are the best shoes I have ever worn! Great price! Do take some time to break in but very comfortable!
Comments: Shoe is decent looking, comfortable, and nice and light. While I have wide feet I found these shoes to be too wide in the heel for me. They are roomier then the Rebels. Problem is that my heel would step out of shoe as I was running after a shot. Had to lace them up really tight to avoid this issue. However, this is not going to work if the shoe stretches. Possibly thicker socks will help. Don't like this option though. Hopefully will be less of problem if soles break in a bit. Not a bad shoe, but be warned that they are definitely wide so suitable for some folks. Folks with narrow feet should definitely look elsewhere for shoes.
Comments: Big Wallop for the dollar!! I have a narrow foot and buying them or really searching for the right width. The Prince Renegade delivers on all points eg. lightweight, comfort, durability and the price can't be beat! Thank you Prince & Tennis Warehouse for carrying them.
Comments: I have used prince shoes before and never been impressed. But after I tried these I was pleasantly surprised. These shoes have an awkward feel but are great. It does take a while to get used to the shoe I would definitely recommend it. It also looks a lot better in real-life. Overall, I believe these are great shoes and would buy them again.
Comments: At first I didn't like this shoe. I came from wearing Barricade Vs and T22s, which are heavier, but comfy. I'm a teaching pro, college coach, and still play tournaments here and there, so cushion and durability is key. I think Prince gave up some cushion to drop the weight. It's definitely faster than my previous shoes. It fits more like a soccer shoe - streamlined from heel to toe. It took a couple of days to get use to the smaller toebox. The Renegade has great traction, though, and we'll see how durable it is. If you have a wide foot, I'd stay away. But I'm pleased after two weeks in them.
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