adidas is officially replacing Barricade Tennis Shoes with new Court Tennis Shoes. As you’ll see, each new “Court” shoe seems to have something in common with a “Barricade” shoe. While I’m hesitant to call the Court versions updates of the Barricade models, many of the technologies have been carried over and modified for the major release.
The HEAD Brazer Tennis Shoe is among the lightest shoes in the sport, yet still offers solid stability and comfort. Overall, it represents an excellent value on performance, and makes a great weekend matchday shoe. You can find it exclusively here at Tennis Express.
To celebrate Kei Nishikori’s on-court accomplishments, Nike has created the Kei Nishikori Vapor X Leather Tennis Shoe! This shoe is as unique as the man it’s modeled for, and tells a great story inside and out. In this piece, we’ll take a closer look at the inspiration behind the shoe of Japan’s top male player.
If there were any doubts remaining about Novak Djokovic’s return to form following his elbow surgery, he officially put them to rest by winning Wimbledon and the US Open back-to-back. With his most recent win, we ponder just how much further he will climb on the all-time Grand Slam Singles Titles list.
For the 2018 season, K-Swiss has five primary tennis shoes of differing purposes. They are the Knitshot, Ultrashot, Hypercourt Express, Big Shot Light 3, and Court Smash. We took an in-depth look at each to break down their differences.