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Nike Tennis Shoes

By Edited May 20, 2015 0 0

Nike Tennis Shoes
Playing tennis can shred a pair of shews up very rapidly. The sport of tennis is not designed to be easy on the shoes. A good pair of tennis shoes from Nike can save you money as the Nike tennis shoes tend to last longer than a pair if shoes not specifically designed for tennis.

A Nike tennis shoe typically has a rubber outsole that is designed for extended life. The soles of tennis shoes are abused by a lot of abrasion that rapidly erodes the sole. Nike tennis shoes help fight this problem by using a form of rubber that is more durable and abrasion resistant then other forms of rubber used on Nike shoes such as blown rubber.

There have been a lot of different Nike tennis shoes over the years. Nike continues to make a quality tennis shoe that can stand up to the rigors of constant playing on a hard court. Here are some of the current tennis shoes offered by Nike. The price listed for each shoe is the price that Nike.com has the shoe listed for. You can usually get Nike tennis shoes a little cheaper if you go to a different online retailer of Nike shoes such as Zappos.com.

Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 ($120.00)

The Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 is a boot height shoe. If you need the extra ankle support that a mid height tennis shoe offers then the Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 will not help you. The Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 is designed to be an air conditioned shoe. If you play outside in hot weather or if your feet tend to sweat a lot then the cooling features of the Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 may be just what you need to help keep your feet cooler when playing tennis.

The upper is a combination of synthetic leather and mesh. The mesh is strategically placed to help your feet breathe.

The toe of the shoe is designed to be more durable. Tennis shoes rapidly wear out on the toe area if the mesh or leather is not reinforced or covered.

The Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 contains a visible Max Air unit in the heel along with another Air sole unit in the forefoot. The comfort of the Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 is amazing. If you are a very heavy tennis player then you may want to consider a different Nike tennis shoe that is either all EVA for the midsole or at least a non visible air sole that is encapsulate by EVA.

The herringbone rubber outsole is designed for durability as well as traction regardless of the court surface you are playing on. The Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 is a great tennis shoe on both hard courts as well as clay courts.

The Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 is available from Nike.com in 4 different color schemes.

Nike Zoom Breathe 2K10 ($100.00)

The Nike Zoom Breathe 2K10 tennis shoe is a low profile tennis shoe that is designed to be lightweight. The Nike Zoom Breathe 2K10 features a Zoom Air unit in the heel. The Zoom Air in the heel is low profile, comfortable, and very lightweight. If you are a heavy tennis player do not buy the Nike Zoom Breathe 2K10. If the Zoom Air unit collapses under your weight it will render the shoe useless. If you are a heavy tennis player and want to have a Nike Air Pocket in your shoes go with a tennis model that uses the traditional pillar support or an encapsulated air pocket that is not Zoom Air..

This tennis shoe uses Lunar Lite foam in the midsole. It is great for lighter tennis players but big, tall, and heavy tennis players will be in danger of stretching out there Achilles tendon if they wear this shoe.

Nike Air Court Del Mar III ($49.97)

The Nike Air Court Del Mar III is on sale at Nike.com for less than 50 bucks and it is a great value for these Nike tennis shoes. The Nike Air Court Del Mar III is an extremely durable tennis shoe. If you are a heavy guy then the Nike Air Court Del Mar III is the shoe for you. It features some Nike Air technology but is designed in a way that will hold up to the rigors of a 250 pound guy running up and down the hard packed tennis court.

Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer ($80.00)

The Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer are a mid height shoe for extra ankle support for those who need it. Some people prefer a low cut height has they are able to twist, turn, and run better along with better breathabilty. If you are someone who needs extra ankle support when playing tennis then the Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer may be perfect for you.

The Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer is heavy when compared to other Nike tennis shoes. The forefoot is extremely stiff until you get it broke in. If you are a big guy that weighs a lot then the Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer is an amazing shoe for you. The only problem for big guys is that it has a Zoom Air unit which once they are punctured and collapse it will change the cushioning and fit of the shoe. I still recommend this shoe for heavy guys though because the Zoom Air unit is encapsulate (Non-Visible).

The Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer will help fight toe drag. The Nike Air Zoom Tennis Trainer is an all around great shoe for playing tennis as long as you do not might the added weight and stiffness.

There are many other Nike tennis shoes but these are among some of the more popular shoes Bike has for tennis players. The more you play tennis in a shoe the more that the shoe will mold with your feet. Some Nike tennis shoes such as the Nike Air Max Courtballistec 2.3 will be comfortable the first time you play tennis in them. Other Nike tennis shoes such as the Air Zoom Tennis Trainer will take a while to properly break in. Once the Air Zoom Tennis Trainer is properly broke in it will feel much more comfortable then the day you first laced them up.

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