Best cushioned shoes, does even need to be tennis specific

2ndServe

Hall of Fame
I'll just hit down the alley with a friend or well just hit without much moving. I'm looking for the shoes that'll be the most cushioned I'm not moving much so I don't need support.
 

M Pillai

Rookie
Have you tried Hoka One Ones? They are probably one of the best cushioning soles you can get. But keep in mind, that much of cushioning can be bad for tennis, especially if you are a good mover on court. On stop and go for side movements, the higher soles can cause instability and cause injuries. But if you don't move aggressively sideways, and just want to use as much cushioning you can get, go for it.

Otherwise, go with something like Adidas Solecourt Boost, which is more tennis specific, and so even though does not provide as much cushioning as "Hoka One One", still does provide enough, and with stability for tennis.


I'll just hit down the alley with a friend or well just hit without much moving. I'm looking for the shoes that'll be the most cushioned I'm not moving much so I don't need support.
 

n8dawg6

Legend
MOST cushioned shoes are hokas. no contest.

most cushioned tennis shoes i have used thus far are the wilson rush 3.0s, with the zoom zeroes being a close second.

if you have a pair of hard soled shoes already, a pair of dr scholls sport insoles will help a lot.
 
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