New Balance CT 822

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  1. ericsson

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    I just bought my 2nd pair of these: CT820

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageMSNB-M820WN.html

    Outstanding shoe. But, the bottoms wore out on hard courts, so it only lasted about 4 months of every other day play.

    I had to get my 2nd pair at -h********d-. Tennis warehouse didn't carry 13.0 2E.

    They don't let you say the name: haw-la-byrd on TW's site. LOL
     
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    no one tried the 822's yet??
     
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    NB 822s

    I have wide feet (4E). Since Diadora discontinued the Rebound Ace, I've had to buy New Balance of some type. Until the 822, I've never really liked any of the New Balance I've tried. I'd definitely recommend them with three caveats. First, they're wearing pretty quickly. I think I'll order another pair and keep them for clay and wear the others on hardcourts. Second, since they're a fairly light shoe, they lack some stability in extreme situations. Third, they don't offer much arch support. Superfeet inserts fixed that problem and helped with stability too.
     
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  5. OzNQc

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    NB 822 shoes are great!

    Been running around hitting a few balls with them and they are great! Nice, light, breathable, good traction and reasonably stable!
     
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  6. OzNQc

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    the size is as NB says they are!

    Ericsson,

    The size of the 822 runs true to NB size!
     
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