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Tennis Shoes for Women are Comfortable and Stylish


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-By Courtney Thomson

Ladies, we all know it’s not always easy to find that heel that makes us the perfect height or the boot that hits just right spot on our knee. We have all made the mistake before of buying a cute shoe that hurts our feet.  I don’t know about heels but I do know you don’t have to sacrifice fashion for comfort with tennis shoes for women.  Brands like Adidas, Asics, Babolat, Head, K-Swiss, Prince, Wilson and many others have crafted tennis shoes for women that are fashion-forward and most importantly, comfortable and supportive.

Adidas offers the Adidas Barricade Team women`s shoe with a TORSION SYSTEM which provides stability for the forefoot and heel. They also have a molded EVA insole for maximum comfort.  The Asics Women`s GEL-Resolution 3 was made specifically for advanced players. It is designed with a new technology, the Flexion Fit, which ensures a perfect fit with added relief and support. These shoes are also designed with a Heel Clutching System that ensures needed reinforcement.  Babolat has teamed up with Michelin to create the Propulse Lady 3 tennis shoe for women  is made with a Kompressor System cushioning for extra padding and a Foot Belt that offers all-over foot support.  The Head Women`s Speed Pro is lightweight, allowing for quicker movement. 

Another intriguing fact about this shoe is that it is designed with HEAD`s Cooling System that allows your feet to breath by absorbing and getting rid of surplus heat.  K-Swiss, a personal favorite in terms of style, presents the Women`s Bigshot tennis shoe which was engineered and tested with the help of the P3 Sports Institute. This Women`s tennis shoe is also made with a Superfoam foot bed for extra cushion and a Guideglide stability midsole that keeps feet comfortable while you make fast moves on the court. Prince`s Women`s T22 tennis shoe provides maximum protection with the TPU forefoot straps which allow the shoe to fit perfectly and support the foot. This tennis shoe for women is also made with a ShockEraser midsole insert which protects the heel from shocking impact. It also ensures toe protection with the RASH toe cap. The Wilson Women`s Tour Spin II tennis shoe, restructured for 2011, is the shoe for extreme speed. Its nanoWick moisture management lining provides breathability and TPU Arch Bridge provides needed arch support during a hard match. 

These are only a few options of different brands, styles, colors and technologies all providing necessary comfort and support for your foot. It is not a problem to find the perfect pair that resembles your personal style and ensures comfort. Find the shoe that shows your opponent what kind of player you are. Whether you go with punk chic like the pink and black Asics Women`s Gel- Resolution,  the sophisticated black, white and gold style of the K-Swiss Bigshot, or any of the other countless options,  you don’t have to be worried about aching feet at the end of the match. These tennis shoes for women are customized for just for her.

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About tennisdiva619

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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