Tennis shoes low to the ground

More recently I’ve had some issues with ankle roll overs, and I think it’s my ubersonic 3s - they just feel clunky, almost as if they have too much cushioning under the foot. Are there any shoes that are lower to the ground?
 

AceyMan

Professional
Check out the Babolat Jet Tere which was too low to the ground for me, but I love love loved the ankle collar and heel fit.

When they are (generally) available again the Lotto Mirage 100 Speed might fit the bill; fwiw, that sneaker is probably best for a medium width foot, at most.

/Acey
 

Turbo-87

G.O.A.T.
Odd. The Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3 is the most stable tennis show I have worn. It just seems like it has a nice, wide footprint (no pun intended) and makes me feel the most comfortable on the court. I have had more than one ankle scare in my life.
 

Darren72

New User
Same reaction as Turbo-87. I've worn the Ubersonic 2s and now have the 4s. Both seem very low to the ground.

Babolat Jet Mach IIIs get a lot of love.
 

Yamin

Hall of Fame
Amplifeel 2's would be perfect. Speed shoe, low to the ground, comfortable, lighter cushioning. They were built on the rush pro so that should work too.
 
Same reaction as Turbo-87. I've worn the Ubersonic 2s and now have the 4s. Both seem very low to the ground.

Babolat Jet Mach IIIs get a lot of love.
I had the previous version of the ubersonic and agree with you - they felt light and low. Somehow this model just feels a little clunky, not sure why.
 

n8dawg6

Legend
vapor x is the lowest i have experienced. though i havent tried em, i would think the vapor pros would feel similarly low.

ive tended toward taller cushioning in my tenny shoes, but had an ankle roll in the cage 4s last week that gave me a good scare
 
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