Nike Multicourt shoes?

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  1. babar

    babar Semi-Pro

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    Anyone use the gum soled shoes for playing tennis similar to the ones they recommend for volleyball and racquetball? If so, how do they hold up on a tennis court and do they provide good cushioning and support? I was thinking of the Nike Multicourt 10 in particular. Thanks for any advice.
     
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  2. kike_valerin

    kike_valerin Professional

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    me...


    i have like 5 shoes, i use rball shoes on tennis because some are very comfortable but last little for hard rubber...


    now i have 4 shoes nike multicourt 9 shoes on diferent color :)


    but i use only 4 racquetball.
     
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  3. macs971

    macs971 Rookie

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    they have really poor insoles without arch support.
    a cheap and not so good indoor shoes IMO.
    Much better the stabil optifit, the asics gel blade 3 and the hi-tec for RB and squash...
     
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  4. kike_valerin

    kike_valerin Professional

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    on those kind of shoes (nike multicourt 9 or 10)


    put 2 pairs of socks (nike TENNIS socks) on each foot like RF, with one sock it feels like u are on sandals ...
     
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