Need help finding new pair of shoes!!!!!!

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  1. tennismsands

    tennismsands Semi-Pro

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    I currently use the Prince T22 white/navy, it's a great shoe and all, fits my foot comfortabley, but they wear out very easily and i am bored of it and looking for new shoes. Im a serious tournament player so i am looking for something that has good support and breatheable material, any suggestions???
     
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  2. jmsala

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    Air Max Breathe Cage II are nice and they come in several color combinations.
     
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  3. tennismsands

    tennismsands Semi-Pro

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    yeah i was considering that thanks
     
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  4. PeppermintMocha

    PeppermintMocha Rookie

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    I really like Adidas Barricade V. They're comfortable and I've never rolled my ankle while wearing them on the court.
     
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  5. 1st Seed

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    Babo Pro pulse 2 awesome support the best i've seen.Great ventilation.Little costly though.I love mine only using them for matches.Not comfy enough to play all day in like an asics or a NB but ok comfort.When you strap in to these bad boys you'll have tremendous confidence stopping and turning on a Dime.Sick Kicks little bit on the flashy side but who say's" image is everything"
     
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  6. charliefedererer

    charliefedererer Legend

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    If you're also looking for good cushioning, you can't beat the Asics Gel Resoltuion II's.
     
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  7. kashgotmoney

    kashgotmoney Professional

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    barricade v are the best. if its too expensive, get the cage II on sale
     
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  8. tennismsands

    tennismsands Semi-Pro

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    ok sounds good those shoes are very popular, always see them around
     
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  9. Bubba

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    Peppermint... do you think the Barricades fit narrow? I'm considering them but can't wear a narrow shoe and seem to remember the adidas run a bit narrow.
     
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  10. PeppermintMocha

    PeppermintMocha Rookie

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    Nope, not at all. I consider myself having regular width feet and the barricade fits really well, even on the first try. I wear size 7 by the way.

    I've also worn the shoes with two pairs of socks; no problem.
     
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  11. Bubba

    Bubba Professional

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    thanks.....
     
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  12. maddogz32

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    tour spin
     
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  13. topsltennis

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    I agree- - I have a pair, they are awesome.
     
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  14. tennismsands

    tennismsands Semi-Pro

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    How about the Asics Gel Resolutin 1's? Anyone have any experiences with them? I really like how they look and want to try them before they dissapear off the market
     
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