Originally introduced in 2000, the adidas Barricade has become a modern day classic tennis shoe known for its unmatched support, stability and durability. There’s no shoe that protects better and last longer for the serious tennis competitor. It’s worn and trusted by countless touring pros, including both 2015 Australian Open men’s finalists, Novak Djokovic (Barricade 7) and Andy Murray (Barricade 8+).
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It’s all about using the right tool for the right job. You wouldn’t use a hockey stick to hit a golf ball would you? Then you probably shouldn’t use a running shoe to play tennis. So make sure you’re wearing proper tennis shoes with plenty of tread so you can perform your best on court! At Tennis Warehouse, you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to get a high quality performance tennis shoe. But if you ever wanted to, we have plenty of those too.
Here are the top 10 men’s shoes under $100. Broken into 3 categories:
For the aggressive player needing durability & stability (6 month durability guaranteed)
Babolat Propulse 4 - $49.95
A quick look at Solfire will tell you that they’re not your average athletic apparel company. The designs bring art into motion for the athlete. Each piece is designed in Brooklyn to unite function, fashion and art.
The newest line is called the Element Collection. The designers were inspired to take a look at things in our world from a different angle. The Flame Molecule art is a reinterpretation of the molecules of the human body and recurring geometries in the natural world, and the Wingblast design will let you soar — like an eagle’s wings.
There was much thought into the color palette as well. To match the feel of the crisp feel of a winter day, Solfire chose a palette of greys, purples and blues with energizing “punch” of lime.