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Old 01-07-2013, 12:45 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by tball2day View Post
....Asiics, New Balance and Reebok are wider shoes with good support and may be more comfortable for him than Nike which traditionally are narrow with a steep arch support. But he will be fine with his tennis and his flat feet, good luck!
I'd also add Prince to that list as far as tennis shoes go. I have a very flat foot and the Prince T-22's are extremely comfortable, great fit, stability and cushioning. Went straight of of the box to the court with no break-in needed.
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