COURT FF NOVAK

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COURT FF NOVAK

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Men's Tennis Shoes
Style #: ANA_1041A089.101
Sale Price $170.00

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Product Features

  • PGuard™ Toe Protector
    Enhanced toe durability.
  • Trusstic System® technology
    Reduces the weight of the sole unit while retaining the structural integrity of the shoe.
  • FLYTEFOAM® Technology
    Provides lightweight cushioning
  • AHAR® Outsole
    Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.
  • Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL® Technology Cushioning System
    Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.

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COURT FF NOVAK is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 191.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from No Djoke, Great Shoe Great light and comfortable shoe. Fits well and looks great.
Date published: 2021-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love ‘em I love the color and the overall comfort. They feel quite balanced and sturdy. They are wide enough for my feet. The sock like fitting grips the ankle well.
Date published: 2021-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Court FF Novak When I first initially tried to put the shoes on, I felt that it will be too tight because of the one-piece tongue. You’ll need to insert the shoe at an angle for this reason. Once my feet slipped in, I was amazed on how comfortable it felt. It was snug with a good amount of space where it’s not restrictive like the other ASICS models that I’ve owned. The laces are thin and strong. I have no need to change them at the moment. When I want to walk around, there is no need to tie the laces until it’s time to get serious and play. The shoes are light weight and I feel comfortable with my movements around the court. These shoes are great for the serious player.
Date published: 2021-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Novak court ff 2 Great support and great comfort. A tad bit heavier than others but far worth the feel.
Date published: 2021-07-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Capable Flagship Great shoe, runs 1/2 size small, I own 2 pair. I'd like to see better breathability, but it still clicks all of the boxes.
Date published: 2021-07-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the best ASICS I have had These are decent tennis shoes with good support. A bit difficult to get the foot into due to there not being a separate tongue. Also the bottom footbed of the right shoe pulls up a little as I run around. I do think these are going to last based on my first several days of use.
Date published: 2021-07-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome shoe Was a Nike guy. Not any more. I really do love this shoe. I’m not a Novak fan but I like the shoe.
Date published: 2021-06-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Comfort and Confidence I provide a lot of information below. I've looked at the "Court" shoe on other players for years, but I always went with the Asics "Speed" line and the lower price-point that goes with the Asics "Speed" line. So, I was on the fence for many years, and I want to share what I experienced with my first pair of "Court" shoes. I gave the "Court" 4 out of 5 because of one small item I mention below. It's not a reason to pass on the "Court", but it's an honest issue I have and it's an item I read about from others (on other review sites), and I do hope Asics fixes it. After six years wearing "Solution Speed" through progressive changes and improvements, I recently tried the "Court". In a way, I was forced to move to the "Court", as I could not find a "Solutions Speed" in my size through any of my usual tennis stores (online or physical retail). It's very similar to the "Speed" and I can't say that I notice that it is a slightly heavier shoe. The weight difference is nominal. The upside is that I feel like my foot is more firmly locked into the shoe and there is greater lateral support as compared to the "Speed". I've read some complaints from others that the shoe is too narrow for their foot, but for me it fits just perfect; perfectly snug and locked into place. I notice greater stability, comfort, and foot protection near my toes. The "Speed" is a little thin and lacks structure in the toe-box area. I've always felt that about the "Speed", and occasionally, the nails of some of my toes took a beating if I was in a match with many points that took me from full (side to side) acceleration to rapid stops upon meeting the ball. The "Court" shoe does offer greater protection in the toe-box and I have not experienced this wear-n-tear on my toes going from full sprint to sliding stops. I do have one small issue. I mentioned this at the very top; the reason I did not give "Court" a solid 5-star check. I've heard about this same item through some reviews I read prior to purchasing the "Court". This only occurs on my left foot. On the inner side of the ankle joint, just above the joint (medial malleolus), some part of the shoe rubs and has caused an abrasion through my sock. It's a small targeted spot. I don't lace my shoes too tight either. And I've experimented to lace tighter and looser. I don't think it's the rubber outer shell of the shoe. There's something about the height or shape of the inner-sock liner in that one area. My outlook is that either I'll build a small callus in that area, or if I get another pair, I may need to make a small cut to the area in anticipation of possible abrasion. If that goes well, the upside of the "Court" outweighs this one small item. If you're on the fence between "Court" and "Speed", I'd say you should evaluate how often and how intensive you play. I am in my fifties and play 4-5 times each week. I'm replacing my shoes around 2-3 months based on feel (cushioning) and not exterior wear. I play only on outdoor hard court surfaces all year around. I'm an all court player and I cover all parts of the court. I'm playing both singles and doubles and I sprint for all drop-shots and lobs. I also have the new "Solution Speed FF2". I was able to somehow get a pair right when they came out and before this whole backlog of Asics shoes in N. America began during the first year of Covid. The new "Speeds" (FF2) have a bit more of the lateral stability found in "Court", as compared to the old "Speeds". The new "Speeds" feel better in the heel, but the toe-box area is still just so-so. If you play intense and drag your toes for sliding stops, it'll mean something. They ("Speed") are comfortable and you can feel assured that they are the lightest shoe in the Asics family, and last time I looked, Nike and Adidas each had one shoe that was close in lightness, but lacked the quality that you get with Asics. Full disclosure, I used to be a runner and the Nike shoes breakdown super quick and do not come anywhere near the quality and durability of an Asics (running and tennis) or Saucony (runner not tennis). Overall, the "Court" is a slightly higher quality shoe with a bit more stability over the "Speed". I can't compare directly to the "Resolution" model, as I've only worn that model of Asics once and it was a number of years ago. The "Resolution" was too heavy and felt restrictive for my style of play. I think the "Court" really builds on the "Speed" model with the inner mono-sock component and a slightly more durable exterior.
Date published: 2021-06-14
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