New technologies, such as Sensifeel 2.0 – a minimally layered upper with an engineered mesh that provides enhanced breatheability, feel, support, and comfort, as well as a homogeneous fit.
An Endofit inner-sock construction naturalizes the fit of the shoe, and results in both comfort and support.
- Its anti-twist outsole features 4D Support Chassis 2.0 The split chassis extends chassis under the foot to provide enhanced support and forward propulsion. Lateral piece runs from heel to toes for ultimate stability and control throughout dynamic movement, and aggressive propulsion towards the net.
- Energy Cell comprises a lightweight EVA foam in the forefoot of the midsole to create softer feel and optimal body weight transfer for explosive acceleration
- Duralast consists of a high-density, consummately durable rubber compound that provides abrasion resistance and maximum traction on all surfaces
- DF2 provides cushioned court feel, yielding compromise between comfort and quick performance (DF2 = HT Drop 9 mm)
It’s essential to always get 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 like ASICS. 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.
WILSON : Canadian-born Thomas Wilson established the company in 1914, partnering with American Jack Kramer in the late 1950’s who created the Jack Kramer Autograph, which turned out to be one of the top-selling racquets of all time. In 1967, the company introduced the first steel racket, the Wilson T2000. – endorsed by Jimmy Connors. In the 1980s Wilson began developing rackets with an entirely new construction made with graphite and Kelva. Pete Sampras used the original Kevlar Pro Staff 85 racket,for the majority of his entire professional career. Wilson continued to present day positioning themselves among the game’s legends by signing both Roger Federer and Serena Williams Williams have both used Wilson racquets to win a stunning number of combined major singles championships in their careers.