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ADIDAS COURT JAM CONTROL Mens Tennis Shoe
ADIDAS COURT JAM CONTROL Mens ALL COURT Tennis Shoe 2024 – White / Lucid Lemon. Lightweight Bounce cushioning provides enhanced comfort and flexibility. Made with a series of recycled materials, this upper features at least 50% recycled content.
ADIDAS COURT JAM CONTROL : The mesh upper and flexible Bounce midsole on these adidas Courtjam Control Tennis Shoes team up to keep you comfortable as you build pressure on your opponent. Underneath, a TPU midfoot shank and grippy Adiwear hard court outsole ensure you’re stable through every slide and sidestep.
Engineered mesh upper
Bounce midsole : These CourtJam Control shoes have a breathable mesh upper and a comfortable Bounce midsole to ensure your mind stays on your game.
Adiwear outsole with Adituff toe : Created with insights from men’s tennis, the hard-wearing Adituff abrasion zone means you can put your all into every shot.
Made with a series of recycled materials, this upper features at least 50% recycled content. This product represents just one of our solutions to help end plastic waste.
Key to playing your best tennis is getting the perfect fit in a TENNIS SHOE, and at PURE RACKET SPORT you can shop from a great selection of specialist footwear from the TOP BRANDS in Tennis Shoes. Choice of shoe is a personal decision and will depend on your style of play, the surface you play on and your type of feet. Our large shop carries all the choice you need and we are on hand to advise and support you – 7 days a week. Free customer car park at the entrance to our Farnham shop.
A global giant of tennis footwear – ADIDAS originated in Germany in 1920 – a truely international, multifaceted organisation. Tennis footwear specialists that understand investing in a great pair of tennis shoes offers the best protection possible against injuries and will provide the stability, comfort and durability to excel in your game, whatever the level.
The founder, Adi Dassler, had three guiding principles from the time he made his first canvas training shoe for runners in 1920:
To produce the best shoe for the requirements of the sport