Nike released React over two years ago, since the release, not a single tennis shoe incorporates react into it's cushion setup
My comment above was rooted in sarcasm, we likely won't see Joyride tech in any tennis shoe, ever
these look interesting, bet they'll use it for tennis in 2025
One would think that they would stick to their bread and butter, but Nike continues to look foolish in the post-Federer era
Nothing classy, simple, or elegant since the 2018 Summer line. @Nike please fire your entire tennis design team
I would counter that by saying a lot of kids and younger players will always want the gear that their favorite players have worn. That market is likely bigger than the perceived "gear head" market your eluding to. I mean think about it, Wimbledon is the biggest tournament in the world and as the...
I may, but I'm thinking from the Lacoste Tennis divisions perspective. This year will they have another opportunity to accrue as much revenue? I don't think so. Tennis is an international sport and the audience is pretty expansive, especially for superstars like Novak. It's not like Cilic...