Tennis shoes for all
A good tennis shoe is essential for superior mobility and movement. The range that is available on the market is huge. The brand manufacturers improve their sports shoes each year in ways such as increasing flexibility, looks, comfort, stability and other important properties that reduce the risk of injury. The details in our product description give you all the help you need to make the right choice.
Footwear should be purchased in the correct size and adapt ergonomically to the foot. If they don't meet this requirement are not suitable because they can not provide stability. Another important factor is the impact absorption properties. If these are not sufficient it can lead to joint problems. The heavier you are, the more foot cushioning the shoe should offer. Special insoles can help improve the damping effect. Tennis shoes are in most cases made of leather while some are made from a blend of leather and imitation leather. These materials are used to improve the above mentioned mobility and promote breathability.
Another selection criteria is the sole. There are differences in the nature and pattern of the sole. For each playing surface, there is appropriately developed footwear: for sand, grass, artificial grass, hard courts and carpet, that provide ideal traction. Of course, the footwear should be multifunctional. On shale and clay courts the respective choice provide optimal traction and prevent slipping, making a controlled slide possible. The properties of a hard court tennis shoe are a very distinctive profile sole with a non-marking rubber sole, which prevents discoloration. The rubber sole is also used in the shoe for artificial grass, but the sole is fitted in this case with a less severe profile. There are also special ranges for carpet.
Ladies and Men's
There are differences between mens and womens shoes. Women's shoes are usually a bit narrower in appearance and constructed of finer material than the mens shoe. The look is often far more feminine in design while the men's patterns are visually rustic. The key technology and properties of the two types are usually similar although visually they are very different.
In the sport of tennis, almost the entire body is required. Tennis shoes should therefore be carefully selected. An ideal example is easy on the joints and gives very good grip to prevent injuries. The dampening system is often made of synthetic leather and is in the front and heel of the foot. All major brands like Asics, K.Swiss and Babolat offer this dampening.