Get excited! One of the most popular and versatile racquet collections this sport has seen has just received an update! We have already given you guys a few sneak peeks of what the new Pure Drives look like, but here’s a first look on this update from someone who has hit a bit with these. And don’t worry, you won’t be waiting too long for these as they will be available to order in a few short weeks on December 2nd!
I must preface this blog and say I may have a slightly biased opinion since I have been using one form or another of the Pure Drive since 2001, so with that being said, I was insanely excited for this update! And I can say with confidence, if you love the Pure Drive series, you should enjoy this update!
Summer is here, the temperature is rising and the deals are getting hot here at TW. Check out the best deals we have on footwear right now at Tennis Warehouse — these shoes get high regards in our book because of their price matched with their performance! But don’t just take our word for it, grab a pair or two and try them out yourself!
1) Babolat Propulse 4
A solid option when it comes to comfort and durability on the court, the sleek looking Propulse is loaded with stability and cushioning and will keep your feet comfortable. With an explosively fast feel, the Propulse also has a customizable fit and durability that you will enjoy! Backed by a six month outsole guarantee, we think these would be a solid option for the player who spends hours at a time grinding away on the court.
Calling all ladies with wide feet! I know your pain. (Not much of a secret, but I have wide feet! Hey, all the better for balance, I say.) Finding shoes that don’t squeeze your toes isn’t always an easy task. The old saying, “No pain, no gain” definitely does not apply when it comes to your tennis shoes. So I’ve chosen my favorite shoes that suit wider feet. These aren’t considered “D width” — only New Balance makes those consistently — but these are comfortable and don’t restrict my feet at all.
I’ve broken my favorites down into feature categories: cushioning, durability, lightweight and training.