Diadora Speed Pro = best shoes ever

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by White_Rice, Apr 5, 2007.

  1. White_Rice

    White_Rice Rookie

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    I like the fact that there is no tongue and it fits like a glove. Best and most comfortable shoes I have ever worn.

    Also the best looking shoes on the market...especially the red ones :D
     
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  2. tennis334

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    While I do love their looks, the Speed Pro for me, have a BIG durability issue. The sole of the shoe is fine after several hours of competitive play, but the toe has SIGNIFICANT wear on it. Also, my shoelaces wore through very easily.
     
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  3. rabidcow

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    Red Shoes

    If you are looking for sweet red shoes take a look at the new Feathers
     
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  4. choth21

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    how is the support on these shoes? are these shoes tough on your ankles?
     
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  5. iplaybetter

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    So you like them, i am going to get a pair, are they ok on clay.
     
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  6. choth21

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    I finally got my hands on a pair of these. First, the good. This one good-looking pair of shoes. Best design, I've seen in a while, without being too out there.

    Unfortunately, it ends there. I really did not like playing in these. Today was my first time trying these out, and they were extremely uncomfortable and kept rubbing against my achilles tendon. But the worst thing was support. I have a pretty strong lower body, and can play in almost anything, but these provide no lateral stability at all. I even fell today when i was try to change direction, while running for a ball.

    I played on a hard court, so I think i'm gonna save these just for clay courts and go back to my Adidas CC Booms for hard courts.
     
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