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Comments: These are one of the best shoes ever made. Right out of the box, no break in needed. The material is
soft and very breathable. The cushioning on the shoe is what sets it apart from the many pairs of tennis shoes I have tried ever
since the Vapor 6 was no longer being made. They are so comfortable and are great on your feet if you plan on playing tennis for
very long periods of time. I use these shoes when I am out on the courts for more than 2 hours since they feel so supportive and
offer pillow-like cushioning.
Comments: I needed new shoes fast! I had PVC's on Saturday, so I ordered the overnight shipping. The shoes were
a bit snug. (I might suggest going a half size larger and wearing two pairs of sport socks). Regardless, the shoes were broken-in
in a single day! They have great traction, considering the courts were very grainy. (I won for doubles.) The support offered by the
mid-top was excellent! (I prefer high-tops, which are impossible to find for tennis.) The shoe strings do run a little short. I would
easily suggest these shoes to my friends, although I cannot yet comment on the durability. However, judging by the feel and
thickness on the front and back, I would say these shoes are going to last quite a few months!
Comments: I bought this shoe on the advise of a sales rep. I now have fourteen pair. I was
afraid they were about to discontinue the shoe so I bought enough to last for a
while. I have owned a lot of shoes this one is the best ever. Thanks Prince.
Comments: These past several years I'd been relegated to the New Balance shoes in size 10.5 (4E) because they
accommodate my wide feet. Much to my surprise, I can wear these in a size 12 and they're a great fit. They remind me of an old
pair of Prince NFS I had back in the early 2000s that fit like a glove. They were probably the best pair I'd ever worn.
Comments: I have soft narrow feet with low arches. I am pleased with the cushioning in these shoes to absorb the
pounding from tennis and the Achilles support is also better in this mid shoe. Per others' suggestions, I bought 1/2 size larger
than my normal size and they fit like my normal size.
Comments: Dear Prince,
You really have something great here. Don't be like other companies
and mess it up by tampering with a winning formula. I would not be
writing this if adidas had kept producing the Barricade V's. I would
be on my 10th pair of Barricade V's... possibly 11th pair and loving
every minute of it. When you phase out a great shoe for one that has
a different fit and support level you lose. I have tried on almost
every shoe out there and this was my choice. Thank god TW has these
in a mid because coming from the barricade I didn't feel like I had
the support that I needed. Eventually I got used to the feel of these
shoes and they have been great. Arch issues caused by the Barricade 6
are gone. These aren't perfect: like I said, they could use more
support and beyond that the cosmetics make you believe that these
shoes breathe but they are actually kind of hot compared to others I
have tried. Anyway, I see that the price has dropped by $20... I'm
hoping that is a temporary thing because I would rather pay full price
for years to come than see these discounted because a new model is on
the horizon. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Comments: As Drake said, "best I ever had," period. I have tried lots of mids but
never a prince mid; after 3 hours of playing, I was still comfortable;
the support was great, which I need because I tend to twist my ankles. My
other kicks also had good support but tended to be too heavy or too
light or hurt my forefoot after a while; my shin would also hurt. The
T22 has an arch support that is also slightly tilted forward so you are
always ready to move. Great shoe, I am sold!
Comments: I have been playing "Paddle" in these shoes for the last several weeks and I must say these shoes are
the best. I have tried every shoe out there for platform tennis (K-Swiss, Nike, Diadora, adidas) and only the T22 Mid make my feet
feel great during and after a match. I have had plantar fasciitis and ankle issues since last season and after moving to the T22
Mid's, my feet and ankles feel recovered. These shoes would be even better for tennis, as the court is not as tough as a paddle
court. Also, I have a wide foot and these shoes perfect. I will be buying more T22 is the future.
Comments: I am about 190 lbs, 6' all-courter with wide feet - who has bought 2E, and even 4E tennis shoes in the
past. I am older and have played a lot of tennis, and worn a lot of shoes. These Prince Mid T22s are comfortable and have enough
room for wider feet - particularly in the toe-box. I think they are probably also good for D to E feet as well. They are a little soft
on materials - but I am learning that most shoes are heading that way these days - except for Barricades - which have gone
narrow and very firm. Soles on these are softish but grip well. The higher cut offers a little more ankle support if you lace tight -
but that means a little more heat as well. The mesh tops helps breathing though. Definitely go a half size up. Very good on
comfort and padding.
Comments: I recently bought this shoes after wearing New Balance 622 for some months. I decided to change the
New Balance 622 because I developed forefoot pain, ankle pain and all sorts of issues. I am 6'4 and 265 lbs so after much
research I decided to try the T22 Mids. I wore them yesterday for my game for the first time and I never realized a pair of shoes
can make so much difference. All my ankle and forefoot pain are all gone. They are so stable and comfortable, that after three
hours of play, I felt great with no pain which was not the case with the NB 622. The shoes are well cushioned so much so that I
could move so easily across court without the usual pain. One recommendation, is to go a size larger than your usual size. I am
size 13 but ordered 14 and they fit very well.
Comments: I'm a bigger, mobile guy at 6' 240lb and have been wearing Nikes for 15+ years exclusively, but I
bought the T22 Mids for more ankle support and width. Plus: 1)The T22 Mids offer way better support than a low cut sneaker and
I was impressed with the side-to-side and front-to-back stability of this shoe. 2) They are extremely comfortable out of the box
and 3) had no problems with my foot slipping inside the shoe at all. 4) Width was good. No pinching,
boxier foot. The Nike's have been getting tighter and the Court Ballistecs don't fit unless I get a WHOLE size larger. 5) Good
forefoot flex point and arch support. Minuses: The one negative is, at 240, I was able to completely bottom out the heel of the
shoe where I can literally feel the hard courts smashing my heels. This would only occur on certain stabbing movements like a
wide reaching volley. I never felt this before in any of the Nike Air shoes ever (unless an
air sole popped or was deflated).
Comments: I love these shoes, I'm getting more ankle support than with my New Balance kicks, and they are wide
enough for me, even though I use to order the 4E New Balance widths. One warning, I and two friends who wear Princes have
found the Prince sizes do run small (short, not narrow). I had to return my first pair of (black) T22s and ordered a larger size, now
I order one full size larger size in white and black every time. Great shoe.
Comments: My achilles felt better almost immediately.
Comments: I just received my pair today and I'm so happy to own a mid in the T22. They offer just a little more
support in the ankle, but in every other way they feel exactly like my regular T22's. The material used around the ankle is mostly
mesh and padding, so it's not overly
stiff like other mids I have owned. My only regret is that unlike the regular T22 which has two sets of plastic eyelets for the last
shoelace holes, the mid only has one set of plastic eyelets at the very top. So, the laces don't slide quite as easily on final
tightening -- but it's
really no big deal.
Comments: These are so comfortable right away on court. I felt like I was getting to the ball a little faster than
normal. They had great ankle support as well.
Comments: Better than the normal T22 especially if you have ankle problems. I wish this shoe was available in more
Comments: These arrived Friday, so I was a little reluctant to wear them for a big match on Sunday, but after
wearing them around the house Saturday, I felt like they were comfortable enough to wear without a break-in period. I wasn't let
down. I have knee, back, and ankle issues (thus the mids), so I'm constantly looking for shoes that will absorb the shock of the
tennis court. These shoes were ultra stable and comfortable during a long 3-setter. They seem like they will be durable for the
long haul. So happy I found these shoes.
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