Nike expands their lightweight and dynamic Vapor line with the introduction of the Air Max Vapor Wing MS. Designed to deliver lightweight, durable performance, this shoe also incorporates a slick look that makes it great for courtside casual wear.
The K-Swiss Hypercourt Supreme is the most premium Hypercourt to date. It builds on the success of past Hypercourts to bring competitive tennis players a fast, comfortable, and durable shoe. It introduces a few key features that make it better suited for dynamic, aggressive play.
The Court Speed FF maintains a similar style to its predecessor, but introduces FlyteFoam into the midsole for a more dynamic experience on the court. Overall, this shoe is designed to remain lightweight, yet offer better flexibility and stability than past models.
Adidas returned to the drawing board to bring the sport of tennis something truly unique: The Stycon Tennis Shoe. The concept fuses 3 simple terms in the hopes of creating a powerful, disruptive shoe for 2020 and beyond. The terms are Stability, Style, and Icon.
One of the most popular shoes in tennis gets an upgrade in the Hypercourt Express 2. With this update, players of all skill levels will benefit from a lighter overall build, more supportive upper, and more adaptive midsole technology.
2019 has been a great year in tennis as far as footwear’s concerned. We’ve seen a number of innovations, as well as a couple notable moves by some big-name brands. Join us as we look back at our favorite performance tennis shoes of the year.