Switching Shoes

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by j-block, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. j-block

    j-block New User

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    hi everyone,
    i am currently using the breath free 3's and im happy with them. i need to get a new pair of shoes before my high school tennis team starts up again. i tried on the breath free 2's in the store and i really like the way they felt. should i switch the model shoe i am using right now before try outs? whats the difference bettween the two shoes? any opinions would be great!

    J
     
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  2. pcpshortbus

    pcpshortbus Rookie

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    i dont know if you want to stay in nike, but the adidas barricade 4s hold up really well and feel great... they only negative is that they are a bit heavy, but you get used to it
     
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  3. zapvor

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    yea...try the barricade.
     
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  4. j-block

    j-block New User

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    i have tried the barricade 4's before their too heavy for me. i like a light shoe i would definitly want one of the nike breath frees. also do you think it is ok to switch the model my shoe right before tryouts?
     
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  5. Sagittar

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    well if you feel fine in the new ones , it won't take more than a day or two to get used to ..
     
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  6. [K]aotic

    [K]aotic Semi-Pro

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    i just use basketball shoes lol. they absorb shock and have traction so i'm cool.
     
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  7. j-block

    j-block New User

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    so breath free 2's or 3's???
     
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    and do the 2's have as good support as the 3's??
     
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  9. ibringtheHEAT

    ibringtheHEAT Semi-Pro

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    [K]aotic. your only in junior high.....once you get into high school and higher level tennis they will fuss at you for wearing non-tennis shoes. its bad for your ankles and some of them mark really bad
     
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