recommended shoe for durability and comfort

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  1. tennismastermine

    tennismastermine New User

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    I am currently looking for a shoe that is very durable and is comfortable on the foot. Please list your selections and if you have the shoe, tell how it feels.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. NJ1

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    Seems like trolling.

    You already posted how you think Adidas are the best thing since sliced bread so buy some Barricades.
     
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  3. Tyler91

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    IMO, shoes are very subjective to personal taste...for example, there are a lot of positive comments about the Nike 2k12, but after playing in them, I'm not a fan.

    As I've previously posted, I currently favor the Asics GR4 and Nike Vapor 9. I think both are very comfortable. Neither shoe is among the cheapest or most durable out there. I care less about cost and durability and more about feel. Hope this helps.
     
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  4. tennismastermine

    tennismastermine New User

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    I want to expand my options
     
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  5. dr. godmode

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    CB 4.3, they are very plush and have a lot of cushion. The fit is pretty narrow and they are backed with a 6 month guarantee.

    I don't really like Asics cuz they have a higher collar and it rubs and gives me blisters
     
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  6. IA-SteveB

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    I am a big fan of the Babolat V-Pro All Court. Actually, it is the only "tennis" shoe I have ever tried, but it is great and true to size. They are still going strong after 6 months of court time. Not bad for $59.
     
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  7. JRstriker12

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    Prince T-22 is a great shoe. In fact, I switched from the Nike Cages to the T-22.

    They are well made and very durable. Good for players with flat foot who are looking for stability and good (but not excessively high) arch support. Cushion is still holding up and comfy after 4 months of playing 2-3x a week.

    I nearly laughed when the pro at the tennis store suggested these as I was all about 100% nike, but a few minutes in these shoes changed my mind.
     
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  8. Boredsurfer

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    T-22's or Asics GR-4.....
     
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  9. Ronaldo

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    Always found there are only shoes you wish would last longer or those you wish would wear out.
     
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