Babolat V-Pro Shoes

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  1. Carolina Racquet

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    Limited reviews available on the V-Pro Shoes. I'm interested in the Clay version thinking the tread pattern is pretty cool. Any feedback with either the Clay or the non-clay versions?? Thanks!

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    I'm interested too...I have the previous clay model...
     
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  3. anhuynh16

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    Prettu uncomfortable. Just a take down of propulse 3
     
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    You sure? The team clay 4 (previous model) is the most comfy and light shoe ever...

    The propulse is very heavy...you don't need all that support for clay...
     
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  5. Carolina Racquet

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    My main goal is getting both a comfortable performance shoe with a tread pattern suited for clay.

    I love ASICs, but they do not sell the GR3 Clay in the States and my experience with the available outsoles are not to my satisfaction. If they did... case closed.

    I'm interested in this or the Yonex SHT-370 Clay.
     
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    I have these and they're awesome...

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Babolat_Team_Clay_4_WhiteOrange/descpageMSBAB-BMTC4W.html
     
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    Yes...half a size exactly...

    Just to clarify...get them if you play exclusively on clay...I don't think they're supportive enough for hard courts...
     
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  9. myservenow

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    I received the clay version of these shoes last week. I wear an 8.5 in tennis shoes.

    The 8.5 did not fit and I returned them and received size 9s. The 9s seem to fit very well. I definitely recommend a half-size increase.

    I cannot tell you how they play as I haven't worn them on court. I will wear these exclusively on clay courts and it will be a while until I am able to try them out.
     
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  10. siow_a

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    Yep. Go 1/2 size up. With super feet they are more stable for me
     
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