Best Features Of The Wilson Grand Slam Tennis Shoes
The best features of the Wilson Grand Slam tennis shoes center around the shoe's ability to deliver enhanced performance to the player. The shoe is designed to allow the player to dart quickly from side to side on the tennis court. As such, the shoe is lightweight and breathable with stability and support for just such agility. Wilson Grand Slam tennis shoes are also built for individuals with wide feet. Thus, the toe box section of the shoe is wider to accommodate such persons.
- Midsole The midsole is built to accommodate people with wide feet. Its toe box arch and height are somewhat wider and higher than other shoes. A player receives improved cushioning, performance and set and energy return due to the shoe's exceptional court feel that is the result of a responsive cushioning system. This is achieved in the midsole by the use of DST foam in this Wilson tennis shoe, which is found in the forefoot and heel and uses a blend of EVA and rubber.
- Outsole The Grand Slam tennis shoe has an outsole that is a two-piece herringbone with Duralast Supreme. Duralast Supreme is a durable and high-density rubber compound that will give the player abrasion resistance on the court and maximum court surface contact for exact footwork.
- Fit The fit of the Wilson Grand Slam tennis shoe is one where the length is true to size. The arch support is low while the shoe's width is wide in the forefoot before tapering to a closer fit in the heel.
- Upper The upper of the Wilson Grand Slam tennis shoe is made to promote enhanced lateral stability. The shoe features a synthetic upper along with lightweight leather and a Molded Stable Wrap.