Adidas tennis training shoe

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

Adidas have launched a tennis training shoe called the CYD reflex. Retailing for around $100 in the US, this shoe was specifically designed for training rather than competition. With specifity of sports equipment design developing, it is surprising more tennis shoe companies aren’t developing match- and training-specific shoes.

Accoridng to tennisidentity:

“Normal running and gym shoes are not designed to withstand or support the sudden movements required in tennis training and so the CYD Reflex features Speedcut, an adidas technology designed to reduce the forefoot strain of extreme side-to-side movements so players can maintain speed and performance while reducing the risk of injury. The shoes are built with adiTUFF to withstand abrasion by tough-on-footwear hard courts. The TorsionĀ® System stabilizing technology gives the overarching support of the CYD Reflex, providing the midfoot with enhanced control, support and fit to adapt to whatever surface you are training or hitting on. It’s a little like a seat-belt for your foot.”

For more information please visit their blog.

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