Never had interest in any of Wilson's equipments. racquets, clothes, shoes, caps. They seem too much of the "Mr. Countryclub McSweater" weapons of choice and seem to be the common sense among the stereotypical tennis player. Always felt more intrigued with the "underdog" brands and the ones that try to break royal etiquette label of the sport. As a clay player that tends to solve the puzzle more with stamina and sweat than with wits and technique, I always felt tennis more like a gladiator muddy coliseum battle than a Grassy English Garden Gentleman's Tea time. So yeah, wilson never had me... but then I got a huge discount on one of their Rush sport 2 shoes. Clay shoes are normally high class more expensive shoes around here and I was looking for something cheap that I might destroy in the trainings. Wilson sole got my attention as it looked like a clay sole, but without much of its sharpness, so I took the risk and bought on from the internet without testing. Damn those shoes are great. They look great on the feet, work surprisingly well at clay and, despite of beeing more on the hard type, there is a lot of confort as there is good cushioning for the reels and support at the front part of the feet. And it seems that is gonna outlast the Barricades I had in terms of durability. Why no love at all for them? I do not see many people wearing them in my club, neither in the tournaments and not even here at TT. I am even planning on keep harvesting them in sales and strictly use them. Sure Asics are a tad more comfortable, but they tend to be twice the price and half the durability.