Sneakers with thick, hard soles that are designed to accommodate the hard surface of a tennis court. They differ from running shoes in that they are are flat on the bottom with a shallow tread that grips the court, yet allows sideways movement.
New Balance MC656 A decent tennis shoe
March 15, 2013
Reviewer: Adam from Chapel Hill, NC
I bought the 656 Tennis shoes to replace my 655s, which are no longer made. I like New Balance shoes because of the ankle support and nice, wide tread. I play pretty hard and wear out the treads, but they stay comfortable on my feet. If I could get the 655s I would, as they were just as good and less expensive. Other colors would be nice, but I quibble.
Wears this shoe: On the tennis court
Reebok Club Wht 21195/892 Excellent product
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Roy from Lansdale, Pa.
Every reorder is as satisfactory as the last...a great product.
Wears this shoe: Daily
K-Swiss Ultrascendor II Nice shoes
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Bob W from Surprise, AZ
Really feel good on the court and they look good too.
Wears this shoe: Playing Pickleball
K-Swiss Grancourt II Nice Shoe
January 12, 2013
Reviewer: John from Sacramento, CA
I liked the all black look in a true court (tennis) shoe. It had a good supportive feel.
Wears this shoe: Casual dress
K-Swiss Ultrascendor Comfortable
December 29, 2012
Reviewer: Shakti from Champaign, IL
Likes: ComfortDislikes: Was expecting it to be more stylish
Wears this shoe: Daily wear