Midwest’s Top 5 Women’s Shoes of 2020
Whether you’re new to tennis or have been playing the sport for years, you know the value of a great tennis shoe. It not only helps your game, but it is also a key component in preventing everyday tennis aches and pains as well as serious injuries.
But when it comes to selecting the best shoe for you, where do you start? We thought we’d help you out - we polled our Midwest experts to assemble our top 5 women’s shoes for 2020.
To assemble this list, our Midwest experts took into account support, comfort, performance as well as the overall look of the shoes so that you can both look and perform your best on court.
Without further ado, let’s get to it!
The Nike Zoom Vapor 10 women's tennis shoe, in new colors for the season, now has even more stability and an updated Dynamic fit system that wraps the mid foot and arch for a glove-like fit. The shoe also has a Zoom Air unit in the heel and a Phylon midsole for low to the court, responsive cushioning - great for any player who prioritizes comfort in their on-court shoe. Mesh throughout keeps the shoe lightweight and keeps your feet cool and comfortable - even on the hottest of days. Overall, a very comfortable and durable shoe that will also maintain stability as you fly around the court for your next match or hitting session.
The Asics Solution Speed FF women's tennis shoes, now in new colors for 2020, are lightweight and supportive with a form-fitting Flexion fit upper, Gel cushioning systems in the rearfoot and forefoot, and a FlyteFoam midsole for excellent cushioning. This shoe is the perfect blend of moderate support and speedy ride with comfort and support for even the most aggressive, agile players.
One of our favorite looking shoes, the adidas Ubersonic 3 provides the advantage of speed with a lightweight fit and excellent responsiveness. An upper net mesh provides superior stability and ventilation so you can feel comfortable as you move about on those hot summer days. Additionally, the Ubersonic’s bootee provides a lightweight feel, while allowing for a glove-like fit for your foot. This combination of support and durability without sacrificing makes the adidas Ubersonic a must have for your next match.
How does K-Swiss make its best-selling shoe model even better? By adding Surgelite midsole technology the Hypercourt Express 2 becomes even lighter and more comfortable while keeping its trademark breathability and generous fit. Keep in mind that many tennis shoes run narrow, so if you need a little more space in your shoe, the Hypercourt Express 2 is a great option. Additionally, K-Swiss introduced Durawrap Flex, giving the shoe more support with no break-in period. Overall, this shoe prioritizes comfort, breathability, and support making it a great fit for a beginner or someone who deals with nagging lower body aches and pains from the wear and tear of the court.
The Babolat SFX 3 is perfect for tennis players looking for a wider fit with exceptional comfort and stability. The shoe features additional cushioning throughout, and a Michelin outsole provides durability and traction for all court surfaces. This durable shoe from Babolt both looks great and provides a stable on-court feel.