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Comments: I've been wearing the Prince Scream QT Low tennis shoes for longer than I can remember. I am very
sorry to hear that this shoe is going to be discontinued. I'm sure I'm not the only one. From the reviews and feedback I have read a
lot of your customers will be disappointed and moving on to Adidas and Nike products. As will I. Good bye Prince!
Comments: Prince, please do not discontinue this shoe, ever! I have worn them for at least 8 years. Sturdy support,
comfortable cushioning, light weight and good traction. Sole life has not been any more of a problem than with other shoes I've
tried, mainly because other shoes' cushioning and support give out even if the soles haven't worn out. One improvement I would
make is to drill through all the ventilation holes to open them up before wearing to increase air circulation. Perfect shoe for me.
Comments: Love this shoe. On my 5th pair probably. They are comfortable out of the box, supportive, and I don't
ever suffer the knee and ankle injuries I did with other shoes. I even walked 20 miles in these shoes to propose to my wife! Really,
I have no idea where I would turn to were they to discontinue this model.
Comments: Bought several pairs of the Scream 3 and was not able to use them (I have given 2 pairs away and still
have another 2, new, to throw away!) I love the QT Low, it is the most comfortable tennis shoe I ever worn--I am very happy to
see TW is carrying them again--thanks. PS I do not mind their short useful, tennis-wise, life if that is the price to pay for
Comments: I have tried a number of tennis shoes in the past. The QT Scream help me to move quickly on the court.
I enjoy the comfort of the shoe. They do tend to wear out within a year. This is my fifth or sixth pair. I am glad Tennis Warehouse
continues to supply this shoe.
Comments: I just got my umpteenth pair of these shoes and thought I should say how much I love them. Because of
the below average durability I have tried other shoes, but every other shoe I've tried quickly hurts my knees and/or the bottoms of
my feet. I might have to give up singles if it weren't for these shoes! Thank you Prince and Tennis Warehouse for continuing to sell
these old favorites. I'd rather the shoes wear out than my joints.
Comments: I play up to 5 times a week; sometimes 2.5 hours non stop and I recommend these shoes to any type of
player. Major weakness: sole durability, which is forgiven for hours of comfortable playing.
Comments: I am a 4.5 player that plays 3 times per week. I switched from this shoe 2 years ago
because it had no durability. The sole wears out in 6-7 months. Which is just long enough so that you can not
return them. I switched to the New Balance 650, and I started to notice severe hip pain. I did not immediately
attribute it to the New Balance, until after 7 months, when I switched back to the Prince and the pain went away.
The sole on the New Balance, looks the same way it did when I bought them, but it was not worth the pain.
These Prince shoes WILL wear out, but they also absorb the impact of a lot of play.
Comments: Nice comfort and feel, but poor durability - bottom toe wore a hole
without much play.
Comments: This shoe offers excellent stability for a low cut, light weight tennis
shoe. They are comfortable from
The downside is the durability, or rather lack of. This has not been a show stopper for me,
as I am prepared to purchase my sixth
For what good is a shoe that lasts forever that is uncomfortable to where you wish that it
would wear out. Been there too!
Comments: I recently bought a pair after reading so many good reviews in this
section. After I played with them, I noticed a pinch on my toes from the leather of the shoe's
every time when I try to stand on my toes. It has some something to do with the way the shoe
is constructed at the front and really uncomfortable.
Comments: This shoe is amazing. They are super-light and very, very
comfortable. I play tennis only 2 hours a week. They help my game a lot. Switching direction
is very easy and no strain on your feet. Right now my shoes show no signs of wear. I would
recommend these shoes highly.
Comments: This is the most comfortable tennis shoe I've ever worn. I have knee
problems and the impact absorption of the Scream has made a big difference. I was a little
concerned about the durability given some of the comments, but I have found that mine wear
as well as any shoe I've ever owned, and better than most. Plus, the cushioning continues to
be great, even after months of wear.
Comments: The shoe feels good for as long as they last, which sadly is only a
couple of months - especially sad because Prince is known for durability.
Comments: These shoes look cool, but the soles of the shoe wear through very
fast. I have had these shoes for 4 weeks, and I have already ran through the bottoms of
them. Other than that they are comfortable and light.
Comments: I am a 4.0 player who plays 2-3 times a week. I am ordering my 4th
pair of these shoes. I can't imagine playing in anything else. There is virtually no break-in
period. In fact my favorite time with them is the first month or so. I could run anything down. I
agree that it is not the most durable tennis shoe, but then again I'm a foot dragger. Even
when it does lose its durability, it's support around the uppers never leaves. I'm into comfort,
and I'll gladly buy 2 or 3 pair a year for what this shoe delivers. It's also a good shoe for
those of us who play on both clay and hard courts, and don't want to have shoes for each.
Comments: I am a 4.5 player, and I play 2-3 times a week. I love the Prince
Scream low, but the durability really stinks. I found separation between the sole and the
leather upper on both toes. I really wish they lasted longer or cost less, because they are a
Comments: I wear mine for playing squash and have found the comfort
outstanding. I have a large and wide foot (size 12) and I weigh about 240lbs. I have found
that the toe area wears and sole starts to separate from the upper all the while the sole of
the shoe looks nearly brand new. Also, the cushioning will not last as long as the sole in my
case, but again that may be a function of being the size and weight of a refrigerator. All in all,
it was a very comfortable shoe for me. Despite marginal durability, I plan on sticking with
Comments: This shoe is comfortable but not durable. I have had them for two
months and both toe areas are nearly worn out. I play approximately 5 hours a week.
Comments: I am a junior player and I play for about two hours three times a
week. These are great shoes. They are very comfortable. They exemplify traits of good
traction and support. But, I have some dislikes. These shoes have very bad durability. I
have had them for three months now and have worn holes in both the toes. When I lace
them up tight it feels like there is a small rock inside of the tongue and it digs into my foot
this is very uncomfortable. Also, after playing my left heel hurts very badly.
Comments: The Prince Men's QT Scream Low is the best shoe that I have ever
worn for tennis. My foot feels like it is wearing a glove because of the lacing system. I have
4 pairs, soon to be 10.
Comments: Prince Men's QT Scream Low White/Navy is great for comfort and
for tennis! I have always had feet problems and these are some of the most comfortable
shoes I have had on! These shoes give maximum support. The first day I purchased them I
had problems but then it started to be more comfortable. I highly recommend these shoes!
They deserve five stars! A+
Comments: The Prince Men's QT Scream Low are heavier but stronger than the
old QT shoes. There seems to be more cushioning. They are also higher off the ground.
Following the QT tradition, the shoes are comfortable right out of the box.
Comments: This shoe is nothing like the previous QuicTrak TI. Whereas the
discontinued QT TI was comfortable out of the box, flexible, and really light on the feet, this
newer version is stiff and somewhat clunky. It actually feels more like the Wilson ProStaff
shoes. I have been wearing mine for about 2 months now, playing 2-3 times a week, and it
still feels stiff even though I've already started wearing down the toe section. I was very
disappointed. Hopefully, the next generation QT shoes will go back to the Prince tradition of
offering shoes that are comfortable out of the box and light.
Comments: This is actually a very sedate and nice-looking shoe for something
with a name like "Scream". I have wide feet and there was no break-in period required at all
for this shoe. The padding and comfort level on this shoe are great. I have high arches, and
as usual for Prince shoes, could use more arch support. I used to wear the Precision 2000.
The biggest switch in the Scream compared to the old Quicktrack Ti is the change in the
rubber sole - going from the not-too-durable Bridgestone rubber to the very durable Infinity
rubber used on the Precision 2000. I'm hoping that this shoe will last as long as my
Comments: I purchased a pair of QT Scream low's about two weeks ago. I find them to be superior to the old Prince 1.0 low shoes. The old Quiktracs seemed to offer little lateral support and they lacked durability. They were comfortable and good-looking shoes, but made me miss the NFS shoes I used previously (Aerometrics) and afterward (Aerotype). The NFS shoes have been perfect except for their weight. The screams seem to offer the best of both shoes. They have the lateral support of the NFS shoes and the lightness of the old Quiktracs. They also appear to me made with more durable materials and I have no concern that they will wear out quickly.
I like to run every ball down and the lightness as well as the stability of the QT Scream is
turning out to be an excellent combination. I miss the feel of the 5/8 height of the NFS shoes,
but the Screams are so stable, I don't think I'll need the extra ankle support. The QT Scream
shoes have appealed to me for another reason, they seem to run a little narrower than the
NFS shoes. I have a narrow width foot and whereas most tennis shoes run a little to wide for
me, the quicktrac family fits a little better. I have also found that the quicktrac shoes run
shorter than the NFS shoes. I wear an 11.5 in NFS and 12 in quicktrac.
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