Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by AT92292, Nov 1, 2008.
Anyone use these on clay? How are they?
They are OK. But they are made for hard courts prioritarily
LOL, just look at the main endorser and wearer performance over the years on clay, does roddick fare well on clay ???
roddick doesnt lose because of his shoes..........
Lol, I was just joking
look at nadal who's endorsed by babolat......
if you're going to look at it sponsorship wise...
kidding of course.
does anyone have a real response? Who cares about Nadal/Roddick - this question is about product performance....
Barricades are great on clay even though they're not clay shoes. How about Propulses? Clearly a Hardcourt shoe, but how do they do on Clay/Har-tru? I believe that was the OP's question. Anyone have experience they would like to share? Thanks!
dude, the propulse is a hard court shoe only, the sole is like a slick tyre. it has only a few holes where the clay could go but would get clunked up. im being honest, i love the shoe, most comfortable shoes iv ever tried, and ive had all the barricades, nike cages, vapors, feathers and a3s. if you want a great clay shoe then get the climacool feather OR, i know nike a realising the new ballistic that nadal will wear in a clay sole. babolat also do a team clay shoe that is good.
the all court IIs are good for clay
get the babolat team clay they are great on clay
What kind of clay? Red or Har-Tru? If the latter, well worn hard court shoes work just fine. My well worn Barricade V's and new Airmax Cross Trainers are great on Har-Tru. Cannot speak from personal experience on the red variety.
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