Shoe change reduced post-play pain/stiffness?

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by TroutSc, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. TroutSc

    TroutSc Semi-Pro

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    I had to send back my asics gr4's due to wearing a hole through the sole in 5 months. When I returned them to send back, I bought a pair of nike zoom breathe 2k12s. Played 2 hrs in them yesterday, later in the day I did not have any of the usual stiffness/soreness (feet) set in after playing. even at work today in my business shoes, after at the desk for awhile, the normal stiffness didnt set in when i got up to walk around.

    Anyone ever have this experience when swapping shoes? Off the court so far I seem to not have any soreness.
     
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  2. parasailing

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    I find shoes that offer better cushioning do reduce the soreness you feel on the bottom of your foot and arch areas especially if you play for long period of time.

    An hour on the court, not so much but after a couple of hours, you definitely want to find a pair of shoes that offer good cushioning and support.
     
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