Whether you’re digging, dinking or trying to barrel a ball down the line after scrambling out of a split set, the all-new Nike Zoom Challenge can help you hold serve. An Air Zoom unit helps keep you fresh when in the middle of a long rally or volley at the net, ideal for getting to untouchable shots both near and far.
ChaseR538189165 - Feb 16, 2024
4.5 player honestly love everything about the shoe. The outsole has the perfect grip for indoor/outdoor. The insole feels very comfortable and is the only pickleball shoe i dont have to use custom orthotics. They feel light which is perfect for singles play. Only complaint is they’re really narrow in the midfoot, i even bought half a size up but they are still so snug.
Johnny594056091 - Feb 16, 2024
Not going to lie, these are super ugly. Especially introducing these shoes as pickleball shoes I feel like they missed with these. They could've came with it atleast something similar to the Nike Zoom Vapor 11 attacks and made a pickleball version of those. These ain't it.
RexMisak - Feb 09, 2024
Well, not really. Wore them for two hours assisting in a clinic. Played 2 hours the next day. Out of the box no issues, very comfortable. IMO, great support under foot and through the arch, cushioning is good, very stable laterally, excellent traction on an outdoor court surface, and the B/W color goes with pretty much everything. I'm going to stay with the insole that came with the shoes as well; that is usually replaced immediately. After the 2 hours of play my feet felt great! Hopefully the "tread" wears decent, maybe 6 to 8 months?? Most Nike tennis shoes I blow the lateral toe box out; some shoes in as little as 8 hours. My Rafa's have been best so far, going on 8 months and lateral side of the toe box is starting to come apart. These shoes look to have some reinforcement there so I am optimistic at this point but time will tell. If I get decent wear out of them, 8 to 12 months, I will purchase these again.