Thick tennis shoes.

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  1. idioteque

    idioteque Professional

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    My current shoes are wearing thin, and it's time for a new pair. What i'm looking for is a shoe with lots of cushion both under and on the sides of the foot, any suggestions? Price isn't an issue. Thanks.
     
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  2. zapvor

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    the new balance ct1002 has a very nice durable toe box.
     
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  3. Bogie

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    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageMSREEBOK-PTBMWN.html

    doesn't get much more cushioned than these bad boys. cushioning is actually adjustable to however much you would like it to be. one of (if not the)most comfortable shoes on the market. the looks are a love/hate thing those. personally, i like them, but many others on these boards absolutely hate them.
     
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  4. AlpineCadet

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    The Nike Air Monarch III is a very comfortable shoe that has a thicker outsole.
     
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  5. WhiteSox05CA

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    Barricade IV's are built like tanks.
     
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  6. forzainter

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    dont get much more ugly either in my opinion
     
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  7. AlpineCadet

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    What? Don't you wear those exact same shoes?!
     
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  8. Ronaldo

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    Are these shoes more cushioned than the old Reebok Match day pumps?
     
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  9. idioteque

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    Cool, thanks for the responses guys. I'll definitely have a look into all the ones suggested.
     
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