The Mizuno Wave Exceed Tour 4 tennis shoe is designed to be a notch ahead of its predecessor: lighter, faster, and more stable. At Tennis Express, we put those claims to test.
It’s been three decades since we saw Andre Agassi wear the Air Tech Challenge 2 tennis shoe on court which defined the ‘90s attitude. The NikeCourt Tech Challenge 20 is a reminder of those days bringing chills to tennis and sneaker fanatics alike. See what new modern spin Nike puts on this classic tennis shoe.
Yonex’ new Power Cushion Eclipsion 3 takes the crown as the brand’s flagship shoe. Footwear of Stan Wawrinka and Anastasija Sevastova, the latest Eclipsion is designed for ultimate comfort, stability, and response.
Most who have had plantar fasciitis will immediately groan at the thought. While there’s a lot of information surrounding this ailment, we’ll take a look at basic remedies to help manage your pain, and some of the best tennis shoes to keep you in the game.
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.