Prince T24 and T14's

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  1. archman

    archman Rookie

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    I would love to hear what you guys say about these shoes. I am a long T22 user, thinking about switching to Asics Gel Resolution 3, but these have me thinking about staying with Prince. I love the price of the T14's if they are similar to the T22's. They looked pretty much the same.
     
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  2. Limpinhitter

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    What do you like about the T22's?
     
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  3. archman

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    Extremely comfortable, good cushioning. I can't really speak for the durability because I don't have much to compare it to in the last couple of years. Good stability, too.
     
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  4. parasailing

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    Most comfortable tennis shoes that have cushion of a running shoe but with good lateral stability. They are just clunky shoes.
     
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  5. WildVolley

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    I'm liking the look of the T24, seems it would fit my foot better than the T22, but I still have a criticism for Prince. Prince shoes are just too heavy. The T24 is even heavier than the T22! That's not an improvement in my mind.
     
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  6. parasailing

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    Yeah I looked at the specs and was surprised it is even heavier than the T22. I do love how comfy the T22 Mids are and with those shoes, I am able to play much longer on the courts without my feet feeling sore.
     
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  7. lgbalfa

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    anymore feedback on the T14's?

    good price from TW.

    thanks
     
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  8. schenkelini

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    They are nicely cushioned, have decent stability, and of course they are cheap!
     
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  9. Ramon

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    As I understand it, the T14 is a stripped down T24. I tried out the T24 at the store, and personally, I didn't like it. The T22's fit me comfortably (like the T10's that I wear now), but the T24's were too bulky for my narrow feet and just didn't fit me right. So if you like the way the T22's fit, you might not necessarily like the T14 or T24. You'll just have to try them on to find out.
     
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  10. FloridaAG

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    Just bought T-14s - will be trying them out tomorrow. The T-14 looks like a stripped down version of the T22 to me - are slightly narrower than my T22 and slightly lighter
     
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  11. Passion4Tennis

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    I've been wearing the T14s for about 3 months now, and I'm happy with them. The are fairly comfortable, light weight, stable, and fit my slightly wide feet well. The outsoles only have minimal wear on them. I play about 5 hours a week. Hope this helps.
     
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  12. schenkelini

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    I would think the T-14 would not work well for narrow feet.
     
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