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Find the Right Tennis Shoes for Your Game

It's about performance on the court. Find tennis shoes that deliver remarkable fit, feel and comfort during your match.

Select from tennis shoes for men, women and youth players. Stay one step ahead with shoes designed with a lightweight construction that supports your foot but never weighs you down. Find footwear from the best brands in the game, like adidas®, Nike®, and Prince®.

The right tennis shoe endures the rigors of your game. Consider what kind of player you are when choosing your tennis footwear.

  • Baseline players: These players primarily play along the back line of the court and need shoes that provide ample lateral support. A highly durable sole is recommended.
  • Serve-and-Volley players: This player frequently charges the net and should look for footwear with a durable toecap or reinforced toe area for protection.

Browse a selection of shoes designed for play on hard concrete or clay and grass courts. Match your on-court style with tennis shoes in sporty, sleek designs and vibrant hues.

Expert Advice

Find tennis shoes that support your game. Look for a mesh or perforated upper that combines breathability, flexibility and open-form overlays, for a lightweight, airy feel on the court.

Traction is essential for your tennis shoe: Look for footwear with a rubber grip outsole that supports quick lateral movements. Herringbone grip patterns on a shoe's sole enhances multi-directional traction. A flexible outsole bends with the natural movement of your foot. A non-marking rubber outsole prevents your shoe from blemishing indoor court flooring.

Choose a tennis shoe with responsive cushioning in the midsole, providing your foot with a spring-like sensation and maximum shock absorption as you glide on take to the net. An anatomic EVA midsole provides contoured, natural-feeling cushioning for your foot.

Look for a tennis shoe built with a lightweight inner liner that wicks moisture from your skin, for a dry feeling when the pressure is on.


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