Zack says his favorite tennis shoes for every foot type game style and injury or condition. If you’re a good old-fashioned medium or true width foot you’re gonna want something right in the middle. You don’t want a big shoe that’s flopping around that’ll let you sprain your midfoot. The style of shoe you wear on the tennis court can have a huge impact on what shoes you buy. If you’re somebody that serves and volleys a lot then you’re gonna want something a little more aerodynamic and streamlined.
Lightweight players who want as much speed as humanly possible will want lightweight shoes. If you’re someone that plays doubles primarily or a lot of pickleball the shoe choices are pretty similar. If you’re somebody with heel pain such as plantar fasciitis achilles tendonitis or bursitis you’re gonna want something with a stout and stiff heel counter. What are your favorites for that nike turbo adidas soul cord boost or lotto raptor hyper pulse 100? If you’re looking for a good shoe for a particular combination of all these different things just look at each category in whichever shoes appear in each category. The most important part of all this is finding a shoe that actually fits your size and shape foot so if you want to see how to find the best shoe click into our video above and subscribe down below.
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