Best Tennis Shorts?

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  1. bdudaday

    bdudaday New User

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    Tennis shorts leave a lot to be desired, both in styling and functionality. I think I've found one of the best around:

    http://www.stuffbox.com/Box/?bid=50023
    -The Adidas Clima Cool shorts aren't too short or too long. Great pockets for balls and do great in all the washes.

    Anyone have any other entry's for best shorts?
     
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  2. adista4

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    the Adidas Comp Short from this year. And the nike pull on short from a season ago best i've used so far
     
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  3. KRAK

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    I gotta go with the Nike Athlete shorts, Del Potro style. I am 6'2" and the length is great. The fit is less baggy but the shorts stretch so I don't look like an NBA player out there. Well worth trying, especially if you are taller.
     
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  4. bdudaday

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    Ya, I'm only 5' 11" so maybe these would be a bit different for you taller guys.
     
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  5. skyzoo

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    Lacoste tennis shorts are perhaps the most fitting out of all the shorts I own
     
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  6. aplTyler

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    Any of the long cheek shorts by Nike... I love them. I have 7 different pairs in different colors. However, the size discrepancy between different seasons made them a pain to correctly fit.

    However, perfect for practice. Loose, comfortable, yet clean lines to em. That and I enjoy the youthful/modern look.
     
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  7. bdudaday

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    In really warm weather the Nike's aren't too bad because they're so thin and cool.
     
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  8. JoshDragon

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    Do you mean the long check shorts? I thought the Nadal pre-2009 shorts were the best. I like the Capris and the long shorts.
     
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  9. r2473

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    I prefer "boom boom's" shorts. (Showing your bulge is a must in my opinion):

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    If you want REALLY cheap shorts and don't care about brand-name, C9 shorts are long enough but not too long to get in the way, plus having the ability to carry 4 balls comfortable in the pocket.
     
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  12. JoshDragon

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    Those are diapers.
     
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    I like the Nike Athlete shorts as well..I'm not super tall and find the length great as well.
     
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  14. bdudaday

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    The Nike shorts are great but they're a bit thin for me. I think Adidas are the best.
     
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  15. bryanj2u

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    I have slazenger shorts in both navy and white. pretty beast. i got them for 12 bucks each
     
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