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Promoted item:New Womens Air Sneakers Athletic Tennis Sport Shoes Running Size5--10

New Womens Air Sneakers Athletic Tennis Sport Shoes Running Size5--10

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About Tennis Shoes

It is most important for a sportsperson, to steer clear off injuries; but negligence towards what seems to be unimportant, are the main cause of injuries. One of the most important factors for all sports is wearing the right type of shoes; and each sport has shoes specifically designed for it. Tennis shoes are designed, keeping in mind the playing style, court type, foot type, lateral support, shock absorption and cushioning, and flexibility. The 'serve' or a 'volley' player goes to the net and later, also slides back-foot along the court. Hence, a reinforced toe is essential; this refers to an extra piece of rubber that is added to the inside of the outsole, at the toe area. A 'baseline' player would need shoes that provide lateral support along with highly durable soles. A 'hard' court demands for more durable soles, than what is required while playing on 'clay' or 'grass' courts. Depending upon the feet type'?supinated, pronated or neutral'?shoes wear off differently for different individuals. Supinated feet, wear most at the outside of the heel and the forefoot of the shoe. Pronated feet, wear at the inside of the forefoot of the shoe. Neutral feet, wear the shoe proportionately. Players with pronated feet and/or are physically big built, need to use shoes that give them lateral support, so as to avoid knee or ankle strains. Shock absorption and cushioning, are very important for 'hard' court, 'baseline players' and supinated feet. Tennis players need to constantly be on their feet, and require shoes that are very flexible. Shoes should neither be too more or too less flexible. A well-balanced flexibility will provide the player, the best traction and power in each stride.