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Junior tennis shoes are a techno-worthy investment

Tennis players wear Tennis shoes for foot fatigue prevention, lateral stability during fast footwork and tennis specific technological advantages like propulsion plates and TPU shanks. Not just any shoe can perform on the court and serious players know this.
Those same advantages should be shared with junior players and several companies have their top-selling shoes, jam packed with tennis shoe technology, available in youth sizes.
The Babolat Propulse 3 Jr tennis shoe features the same Cell Shield upper outsole that makes the adult version ready to go right out of the box. The bottom Michelin OCS outsole offers superior traction and durability, something junior players need as much, if not more than their adult counterparts. The Kompressor System ensures heel comfort and support, absorbing harmful vibrations and preventing injury. A three-point Foot Belt precision strap system guarantees a custom fit, preventing shifting and sliding within the shoe, which can cause serious injury.
The Babolat Propulse 3 is just one example of the type of technological advantages that can keep your junior player on the court, away from the podiatrist and at the top of their class.

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I am a tennis-loving journalist who has decided to make it my job to find the best information on the web relating to tennis products and supplies. Gathering this information for your convenience can save hours of weeding through product endorsements and gimmicks (hours that I myself have had to endure). I have interviewed owners and manufacturers, including, but not limited to: Jill LaCorte of Cortiglia, Liz Waggoner of 40 Love Courture and Lynne Burns of Maggie Mather. I will continue to seek out owners, designers and manufacturers of all the top names in tennis and share that information with you here.

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