Originally Posted by parasailing
It's called fuzzy math
. Actually, I was basing value off the price I purchased both shoes at retail price not sale price. The GR4s cost more than the T22s when they are not on sale.
Thanks for the clarification.
Looks like the GR4's are it provided the fit is there. I've always bought Nike shoes (golf, cross training, running) as their fit was perfect for my feet (average length, average width). I've stayed away from the Euro-style offerings like Adidas with their narrow, long pointy designs as my feet aren't narrow and long.
It's really a shame that the Nike Zoom Vapor 9 tennis shoes aren't durable, as I really love their look and I hear they're also quite light and comfortable. The practical side of me can't bear to buy shoes that will need to be replaced in a year or so.