Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by lucky22, Jul 17, 2006.
Just out of curiosity, how long do your tennis shoes usually last?
You are gonna get a range of answers here. From extreme players that last maybe a month or two, to casual players that last from 8mo-12mo.
Usually around 6 months ( I play two times a week). For the past 2 years I have used Adidas Baricade III, Nike Breathe Free II, Reebok Match Day Pump, and currently I'm using Baricade IV.
2 months at most.
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mine usually last about a month or two.
BFIIs lasted 3, air max resolve plus lasted 4 (including the 1 month i had a broken foot)...my Breathe 3's are lasting longer than i thought...but i think that's because im not playing as much
If I wore the same pair of shoes everytime I played, probably 2 months. That's why I currently have 7 pairs in rotation.
Not more than 6 months for me, playing 2-4 times a week for 2-3 hours each time.
Around 3-4 months- using Barricade IVs and IIIs
something between 4 and 8 months, depending on the shoe quality.
My actual Xpoint II`s are 8 months old, but they are in very bad condition right now (they last just 4 months in good shape). I play 2 or 3 times a week.
4 months average, usually no longer than that
4 months with barricade 2's, working on #3 atm
2- 3 years, playing 2-4 times a week.
You guys should start playing on clay more often.
about 8 months.
would if there was a clay court in the country!
I play on clay!!!
a pair of tirands last me about 3 months i play about 3-4 times a week for atleast 3-5 hr's a day. (hardcourt)
about 2 monthes, thats when they become unplayable. i use barricades, i finished off a few pairs of 3's now im just about done with a pair of 4's.
Shoes like breathe frees and such (lightweight, speed types), I'll finish those in like 2 months, using them as match day shoes.
Tanks like barricades take me 4-6 months, using them as practice shoes.
hardcourt play, 2-3 weeks, 4 at most
Wait, you live in Europe but there's not a single clay court in your entire country? Which country do you live in? I thought clay courts were all over continental Europe and is the predominant surface, no?
well all the tour tournaments are on clay except 2 places
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