Shoe with most toe room?

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  1. donnyz89

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    I had a pair of Air Resolve Nike... and it hurt my toe soo bardly... same with my dad and my other friend who had this shoe.

    so here are my choices so far, i try to stay away from nike because none of the other shoes had this problem

    Barracades II
    Climacool II
    Asic Gel Rebound Storm
    Babolat All Court
    KSwiss Ultrascendor
    Lotto ATP Raptor Speed
    Reebok Match Day

    i had a pair of Upset DMX and they were awesome... but my feet are small and they dont have my size so im looking for something similar.

    Good ventilation, WONT HURT MY TOES, and enough support for my heel.
     
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  2. Craig Sheppard

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    donny, you might want to try the Yonex SHT-304s. I have a pair and have a very wide foot. They fit my toes pretty well. They're one of the widest shoes out there, IMO.

    I had a pair of Nike Air Resolves before the Yonex shoes and the Yonexes have more room.

    You might want to try some of the New Balances too...they come in 2E and 4E sizes.

    Craig
     
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  3. snoflewis

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    i believe you're talking about the air max resolve plus?

    if so, your toes are hurting because of the shoe's "court armor" technology. those plates in front and around the large toe are more solid than flexible, and they hurt like hell when you hit your toes against them....you might want to look for some shoes that are softer at the toe area. btw, if you are a toe dragger, if you wear out the toe a little bit, it softens up.
     
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  4. donnyz89

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    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageMSNIKE-NMRW.html

    im talking about those, but yea, something with soft toe box.
     
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