Best hard court shoes on the market?

#1
Could someone please recommend a good hard court shoe? I currently play with Ubersonic's 2's and the fit is great but they wear out way too quick! So looking for something similar..

I heard that Babolat Propulse Fury use good rubber. Thoughts?
 

mhkeuns

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#4
To me, the most durable was the Asics Gel Resolution 6 & 7. They were very supportive, too. The new shoes from Diadora Blue Shield 2 (*Not sure of the name, but TW just had a playtest on this shoes) seems to have received real good reviews, too.
 
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tennytive

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#5
I wear T22 Lites and although I did wear them out in the six month period, I thought they held up really well and they fit my feet better. However I only played 3 to 4 times a week for 2 hours or so.
 
#10
Asics Court FF (soon to be replaced by the Court FF2 I guess). They do not have a wear warranty but seem to wear reasonably well. I got ~5 months out of my last set playing 5-6 times a week on hard courts. I am not a toe dragger or slider though. The great thing about the shoes is how they lock around your foot and provide great cushion for knees/ankles without being too heavy. Downside is that you need a shoe horn to get them on.
 
#13
Alguien haya probado los nuevos Head Revolt Pro 3.0 y los K-Swiss Aero Knit, quiero saber como se sienten estos modelos, aparentemente según los probadores de TW son muy buenos los dos, alguna opinión que me ayude a elegir?
 
#17
Could someone please recommend a good hard court shoe? I currently play with Ubersonic's 2's and the fit is great but they wear out way too quick! So looking for something similar..

I heard that Babolat Propulse Fury use good rubber. Thoughts?
The Ubersonic is considered the lightweight shoe in the Adidas line. Most lightweight shoes such as the Babolat Jet, Nike Vapor X, Adidas Ubersonic, Asics Solution Speed usually don't have great durability. If you are looking for a long lasting shoe, take a look at the Babolat SFX3 (though it runs wide), Asics Gel Resolution, Adidas Solecourt Boost, Wilson Rush Pro 2.5/3.0.

As for which is the best, that is a subjective as everybody has a different foot type, so the shoes will fit everyone differently.
 

Sardines

Professional
#21
Of all the shoes currently out there, I like the Nike Zoom Cage 3. It fits well, has great stability, support and cushioning and probably as durable as 90% of the shoes out there. There may be shoes that have better outsole durability, but not with the support and cushioning. Obviously that's for my feet. Everyone is different so try them out!
 
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