Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by safe, Dec 26, 2010.
Does anybody know the weight of the both shoes. Are they more heavy or not ?? Or are they lighter ??
To some they r the same to others they will feel a bit heavier and on paper they r listed the same
From the Nike.com website today:
The Nike Air Max Courtballistec: Unrivaled durability, support and cushioning
The shoe of choice for some of the most powerful players on the planet, the Nike Air Max Courtballistec 3.3 Men's Tennis Shoe is the most durable, supportive and cushioned of its kind.
Lunarlon cushioning for a soft, bouncy ride
Drag-on upper for superior durability
Arch-fit for exceptional support
Max Air unit in heel for maximum impact protection
To meet the demands of an elite game, the Air Max Courtballistec 3.3 builds on its legacy with Lunarlon cushioning in the forefoot and Max Air in the heel. Lunarlon offers flexibility for versatile footwork, delivering a super-smooth ride, while Max Air technology lends excellent impact protection on a variety of surfaces.
The Air Max Courtballistec 3.3 is made with drag-on, a revolutionary, ultra-durable material built to withstand the game's demands. The shoe also features an arch-fit system, which provides exceptional support all match long.
A step up from a traditional herringbone pattern, this Air Max Courtballistec is made with a modified pattern for better durability and superior traction.
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