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.
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.
With the coming of a new decade, ASICS has unveiled the latest addition to their impressive tennis shoe lineup: The GEL-Resolution 8. We haven’t had our hands on it for long, but there are definitely a few key changes to note.
Novak Djokovic has been on a tear for the last year and a half. He’s won 4 of the last 5 Grand Slams, and 2 of 3 so far this year. To celebrate his success, ASICS has come out with another colorway for Novak’s signature shoe: The Electric Blue and White Court FF Novak.
So you’ve finally gotten your child interested in the sport of tennis, or perhaps they’re simply interested on their own. Either way, you look at the tennis landscape and wonder what the heck your kid needs. For footwear, they’ll need tennis-specific shoes as opposed to standard running shoes or training shoes. If this is all new to you, here are our recommended tennis shoes for boys and girls.
As we head into the second week of what has been an invigorating 2019 edition of the Championships, here’s a list of our favorite Wimbledon whites from this year!