Wilson Rush Pro 3.0 vs Clay version

jeep2008

Rookie
Tried these shoes and they are exceptionally comfortable.A big let down was the contact of my big toe on the upper part of the shoe.I wanted to give them one more chance so I wondered if someone can help by giving some feedback on the all-court and Clay version of the shoe since that it seems the upper is quite different in these two versions.
Clay version


All-court version
 

netlets

Semi-Pro
Is the Paris version the clay version? The Wilson site mentions it's for all court surfaces and the bottom looks identical to me - full herringbone pattern like my sole court boosts. ************** says it's a clay shoe - I'm interested in trying it but want to make sure I'm buying a shoe that works on a hardcourt. And why doesn't Tennis Warehouse carry the Paris version of the shoe?
 

Yamin

Professional
Check out the foot doctor or something on the tube. He does a review on the amplifeel 2 that's built upon the rush pro. He concluded the all court shoes are good for both courts but better for clay.

I wouldn't be surprised if the "clay" version just has a sealed off upper so clay didn't get into the holes. All court is probably more breathable.
 

jeep2008

Rookie
Check out the foot doctor or something on the tube. He does a review on the amplifeel 2 that's built upon the rush pro. He concluded the all court shoes are good for both courts but better for clay.

I wouldn't be surprised if the "clay" version just has a sealed off upper so clay didn't get into the holes. All court is probably more breathable.
The "clay" version has a sealed off upper as shown in the pictuures I posted.But the question is if this somehow changes the room-feel at the front toe box?
 
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