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Comments: I have always worn Prince Mid shoes, but these shoes make my
toes hurt and I now have knee problems (which I have never had before).
I want the discontinued Prince Mid shoes back that were sooooo
From: Mary, 6/12
Comments: These shoes have killed my feet, especially my little toes. I have wide feet. They Tennis
Warehouse rep I talked to said to order 1/2 size shorter. Well, I did and they are killing my feet. Called them back and
no relief offered from TW except 20% off another pair. I wore them for three weeks.
From: Susan, 6/12
Comments: I LOVE THESE SHOES!! They are a bit heavy if you're used to
wearing a light shoe however I like the support. Especially the mid...it
gives great ankle support for quick moves. I play a lot of singles and
some doubles and the soles of my shoes take a beating. These were the
first shoes to ever last more than one season....between practice,
matches and hitting drills. Yes they do run a 1/2 size big...I wear my tennis shoes about a 1/2 size
smaller than my regular shoes so I go down a whole size in these. But
the toe box is roomy so you dont feel cramped. I went down just a half
size on my first pair and had to wear two pair of socks to get the right
From: D Hunter, 3/12
Comments: These shoes did feel like clown shoes at first, but they are the most comfortable
"clown/tennis" shows I
have had. It's like you're walking on pillows. No more bruised toes or blisters. I'm looking to buy more.
From: Chelsie, 10/11
Comments: I had never worn Prince shoes before, but I know people who love them, so I had high hopes
shoes. However, it does not matter if I wear two pairs of socks, have bandages or tape on my toes, these shoes give me
my little toes on both sides! I have tried for 6 months, and I am giving up on them! Time to shop for new shoes!!
From: Cris, Canoga Park, CA, USA. 5/11
Comments: I had been wearing super-light running shoes on court (6 oz per shoe) and my coach kept
head and saying, "Get court shoes, get court shoes!" I was afraid I would be too slow on the court with a 15 oz shoe, or
after a couple of hours--but I caved and bought these. "Clown shoes" indeed!--however, much to my astonishment my
improved immediately. Yes, I was getting coached but that kind of progress takes weeks to kick in. The "right
equipment does the
job" once again.
I tried going back to the old shoes after a couple of weeks and it felt like I was wearing bedroom slippers, very weird and TOO LIGHT!
Thank you, Prince! PS no blisters anywhere.
From: Barbara, Green Valley, AZ, USA, 01/11
Comments: Gee whiz, I am with anon from 7/09. These are great shoes. Being a Prince tennis shoe fan
in general, I
too bought them two hours before playing in a 4.0 doubles tourney and LOVE them. I was able to do the tennis dance
before. And my partner and I won the tournament. I wear orthotics and the platform and stability is great in these
From: anon 01/10
Comments: I played with them for the first time and found the scream3 clunky, stiff, heavy, and
unnatural. A few
games later I injured my calf muscle and I believe it is directly related to the lack of quick flexibility and rigidness. I am
unhappy with these shoes!
From: anon. 01/10
Comments: I agree with Jill they are stiffer out of the box so they are not the same shoe as the Prince 2.
beat Nike for knee and foot protection by a wide margin; try the T series if you don't need this. I'd buy the Scream 2
second thought but will have to think about another pair of these.
From: Michelle, Milwaukee, WI USA 12/09
Comments: My only complaint about these shoes, are the laces. I have had to replace the laces 3 times
in less than
6 months! I am a 3.5 player and play doubles 3-4/wk. The strings just keep shredding and finding replacements is no
Yet, finding a mid cut replacement shoe is proving difficult.
From: Sonia, Gilbertsville, Ky USA 11/09
Comments:I loved the QT mid Scream and when I used my last of four pairs that I had stock piled, I
Scream 3 mid thinking it was very similar. Wrong. The shoe is so wide for my foot I feel awkward. I have gone back to
used QT mid Scream until I can find a decent replacement.
From: Mary, Baltimore, MD, USA, 10/09
Comments: I bought these shoes an hour before I had to play a match. I have been using them for quite
now and unlike everybody else... I love them!!
From: anon. 07/09
Comments: I LOVED the QT Scream-Mid. When they quit making them I tried the Scream 3 Mid. They fit
they are so HEAVY and cannot move around the court. I am a 4.0 level, mostly doubles league player. I would love to
see the QT
Scream-Mid come back or the Scream 3 to be made much lighter. It is very hard to find a mid-cut tennis shoe.
From: Judy, Houston, TX USA 07/09
Comments: I have been wearing Prince shoes for years, but these have been horrible. I have a wide foot,
but I felt
like I was wearing clown shoes. They are also extremely heavy and stiff.
From: Susan, Fresno, CA, USA, 06/09