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So, this shoe starting out as someone with a medium-wide foot, this shoe was not comfortable. When I would play in them, my toes would be hitting that hard plastic outercover, I could not wiggle my feet, and the shoes cushioning was stiff. But, with time this shoes breaks in, thankfully. After a week of wear, this shoe will break in, widen up, and the cushioning will soften and compress much more, though pretty much the only noticable cushioning is the insole and the air max unit (very happy with the return of air max tennis court shoes). The major downside? The outsole. The traction was very good, the only problem is that the rubber is paper thin! Thoiugh the cost saves the durability, due to the relatively low cost.
Needs time to break in, Not durable
TaoH419594191 - Jul 02, 2019
It has been 2 months and the shoe grip has been almost all rubbed off and there is hole starting to form. I play tennis on hard court about 3-4 times a week for an average of 2 hours each time. I have ordered other many other Nike tennis shoes and this is definitely the least durable. The shoes also feel tight at first but it takes a bit to break in; after that, it seems pretty comfortable.