Tennis Warehouse Brandography: Indepth Look into Your Favorite Tennis Brands

#2
Absolutely amazing brandography video, @TW Staff - loved it! Great job. I wasn't aware of the rich history Asics has. Will be looking into some footwear offerings from them this week.

P.S: wider foot here and I prefer good cushioning and impact protection. Any recommendations would be very welcome as I don't have a lot of experience with Asics brand.
 
#4
Well done video. I liked the story behind the company. As an aside, I got my teenager some Asics shoes for the high school tennis season and he loves them.
 

Power Player

Talk Tennis Guru
#5
Absolutely amazing brandography video, @TW Staff - loved it! Great job. I wasn't aware of the rich history Asics has. Will be looking into some footwear offerings from them this week.

P.S: wider foot here and I prefer good cushioning and impact protection. Any recommendations would be very welcome as I don't have a lot of experience with Asics brand.
I have a wider foot and went with the rev 7s. Have some coming today. When i tried them on they did not fit too narrow. The main thing is that asics are currently not cut for wider feet but the revs are the best bet and are true to size. I wear 9.5 just like the vapors but the vapors are narrow and not as comfy, if that helps at all.
 
#6
I have a wider foot and went with the rev 7s. Have some coming today. When i tried them on they did not fit too narrow. The main thing is that asics are currently not cut for wider feet but the revs are the best bet and are true to size. I wear 9.5 just like the vapors but the vapors are narrow and not as comfy, if that helps at all.
Hey 9.5 here too, PP. And have a wider foot so same boat. Let me know how your Rev 7s feel. I always found that in general the NB and KSwiss run wider. Did not like the new Zoom Zero fit at all. Vapors and Barricades generally are narrow for me (Barricades even more so). I liked the Babolat Furys but it was weird, one pair was great, but when I ordered the second time it ran narrower. Babolat SFX were good fit on the feet but lacked that impact protection I was looking for. The new Solecourt Boost gave me a very bad ankle sprain after I rolled it (too squishy and I felt disconnected for some reason) otherwise they were great for cushioning and impact protection. Comfy fit in toebox too. Posted a picture here a couple of months back of my ballooned ankle. Wasn't pretty.

It's usually a sort of give and take. Speedier shoes make my knees and ankles feel a tad more sore more after the match but I hustle too much and not getting any younger, but with heavier, bulkier more cushioned ones I can't even tell afterwards but they make me feel slower on the court. I don't know if that makes any sense? All in the head I'm sure but that's just how it is.

I know a good friend who told me Asics FF were really bad fit for wider fit. Was going to scoop one up for a great price in a nice colorway too but then dropped the idea.

Let me know what you think of Res 7 and I'll order one. God knows I don't need any more pairs of shoes but whatever. Gotta try it.
 

Power Player

Talk Tennis Guru
#7
Hey 9.5 here too, PP. And have a wider foot so same boat. Let me know how your Rev 7s feel. I always found that in general the NB and KSwiss run wider. Did not like the new Zoom Zero fit at all. Vapors and Barricades generally are narrow for me (Barricades even more so). I liked the Babolat Furys but it was weird, one pair was great, but when I ordered the second time it ran narrower. Babolat SFX were good fit on the feet but lacked that impact protection I was looking for. The new Solecourt Boost gave me a very bad ankle sprain after I rolled it (too squishy and I felt disconnected for some reason) otherwise they were great for cushioning and impact protection. Comfy fit in toebox too. Posted a picture here a couple of months back of my ballooned ankle. Wasn't pretty.

It's usually a sort of give and take. Speedier shoes make my knees and ankles feel a tad more sore more after the match but I hustle too much and not getting any younger, but with heavier, bulkier more cushioned ones I can't even tell afterwards but they make me feel slower on the court. I don't know if that makes any sense? All in the head I'm sure but that's just how it is.

I know a good friend who told me Asics FF were really bad fit for wider fit. Was going to scoop one up for a great price in a nice colorway too but then dropped the idea.

Let me know what you think of Res 7 and I'll order one. God knows I don't need any more pairs of shoes but whatever. Gotta try it.
Ok for sure. I plan to wear them around tonight and play in them tomorrow. I can tell you they are incredibly comfortable shoes and it stuck out when i tried some on. The tricky part is predicting how your feet like them after multiple sessions of play but if i notice any red flags tomorrow night ill share.
 

David Le

Hall of Fame
#8
I love the series so far! I would like to see you guys do the same for racquets. Would be cool to see in depth with some of the big brands and little brands too.
 
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