HEAD’s premium lightweight tennis shoe gets an upgrade in the Sprint Pro 3.0. While fans of the Sprint Pro 2.5 can still expect lightweight, breathable, and dynamic performance, HEAD modified the shoe in a few key ways to up on-court feel.
The updated Diadora Speed Star K Duratech tennis shoe gets a slightly new design, but maintains the same features as its predecessors giving you an excellent blend of comfort, stability, and durability. See what our playtesters’ thought of this retro tennis shoe.
While winter is always a slow period for player news, just about every tennis brand releases a flurry of new products to prepare you for the coming season. It’s a lot to keep up with, so we’re highlighting some of our favorite tennis shoes released for 2020 thus far.
Nike’s Cage Tennis Shoes have always embodied power, durability, and stability. With the Air Zoom Vapor Cage 4, the line now aims to become more responsive than ever before. Our playtesters put it to the test to break down its performance even further.
The Lotto Mirage 100 Speed is the brand’s tour-level shoe, and can be found on the feet of ATP and WTA pros like Matteo Berrettini and Alison Riske. It provides a light and agile feel, while still offering the support and protection needed to withstand the intensity of tennis played at the highest levels.
Adidas is looking out towards the future creating a next generation tennis shoe for all players called the Stycon. See what three of our playtesters thought about this iconic, unique, and laceless tennis shoe.