Was watching the match... she actually changed mid-match to the Vapors for some reason. She started out with the Flare 2s and I think something with fit/comfort compelled her to switch over. It was almost planned since she had brought the Vapors with her and not just another pair of Flares.Those are the ZV10s. From what it looks like, she isn’t wearing her Flare 2s anymore.
Ah I see. Well here’s the thing, I didn’t watch the match so I just assumed she wore the ZV10s the whole match.Was watching the match... she actually changed mid-match to the Vapors for some reason. She started out with the Flare 2s and I think something with fit/comfort compelled her to switch over. It was almost planned since she had brought the Vapors with her and not just another pair of Flares.
I was like, "What the?" when I saw the shoes next to her bench during a change over... then she called for a training (for taping?) or something and changed into the Vapors. Then she played the mixed match in Vapors.Ah I see. Well here’s the thing, I didn’t watch the match so I just assumed she wore the ZV10s the whole match.
It's true, Agassi has never put them preferring the Breathe Free II.I’ve owned and played in Foamposites and before. Good for basketball, not sure about tennis. Plus they’re a pretty heavy shoe.
Also I regards to the Nike Cage, I don’t see them making another version for 2019. The shoe is pretty successful and they continue to make new color schemes.
Foamposite basketball shoes are pretty coveted as retros, not on the level of the Air Jordans but there about as good as anything Nike has. Would definitely see Kyrgios wearing them. Almost as cool as the Air Jordan III RF shoes from a years back..... but not quite.
https://tt.tennis-warehouse.com/index.php?threads/novaks-new-shoe.633681Just noticed Djokovic wearing a different shoe in the Qatar Open. Is it the gel resolution 8?
Haven't used mine yet. But when I ordered my Asics over the holidays, they included a handful of wipes in the box.Does these sneaker wipes work well ? sounds like something you must have especially if you play a lot on clay courts.
Is the SS FF better for wide feet than the Gel Court FF? I'm thinking about getting one of these when my current shoe wears outI have been playing with the SS FF and really like the shoe a lot. Fit, fast, light and durability has been ok. Just bought a revolution 7 and a Vapor X. I’ll see how these two stack up. I did buy a gel court FF and had to return it. I have wide feet and it was a major struggle to try and get my feet into them. I have been very leary of trying out the booty styles since.
Hard to say as i couldn’t get my foot into the damned Gel Court FF without a major struggle. So I immediately said no way and returned it and didn’t try on the court. The SS FF is fine for my wider feet but was a bit tight in the toe box for first few outings and it was fine after.Is the SS FF better for wide feet than the Gel Court FF? I'm thinking about getting one of these when my current shoe wears out
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The Wildcard is a take down version of the Zoom Zero. It's going to be around $100. ...meaning no Nike sponsored pro will be wearing it.For February should also be launched Nike Air Max Wildcard (write the name on google to see the photos) .... Maybe Del Potro shoes ??
It must be said that Nike is launching many new products this year! ... Even the clothing recalls that of the '90s and is differentiating the new products with the her athletes: Dimitrov, Shapovalov, Nadal, Kyrgios are wearing different garments, as happened in the 90s ..... But in those years had more winning testimonials ... Agassi, Sampras, Courier, Stich, Krajicek