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.
Babolat unveils their new 3rd Generation Pure Strike racquet! The models include the Tour, 18×20, 16×19, 100, and Team. Dominic Thiem made the Roland Garros final with his new Pure Strike 18×20.
Tennis is a physically-demanding sport that can take its toll on both your body and tennis equipment. The latter is particularly true in the case of shoes. In this piece, we’ll dive deeper into the leading tennis shoe brands on the market today to help you find a perfect fit.
With the Miami Open coming to a close, the 2019 clay court season is here. In this piece, we’re putting the spotlight on some of our favorite clay court tennis shoes for the 2019 season.
2018 was a great year for new tennis shoes. Lots of brands have come out with new designs and really stepped up the technology trends to fit the consumers’ needs. Here is a list of some our favorite shoes released this year that you will want to check out for yourself.
Fans of the original SFX will be pleased to hear that the 3 returns to the basics of what made the first version so popular. It’s wide-foot friendly, and offers maximum comfort. In addition to this, Babolat has implemented new technologies to offer superior support and breathability.