The design of the protection system for the footsteps is the most important part of any Court sports tennis shoe.
Tennis is generally divided into hard ground, red clay, mud and grass. Tennis and basketball are more similar to the activities of the feet: strong force, variable direction, required impact resistance, good stability, good shock absorption, good slip resistance, but in contrast, tennis is more intense and faster.
Therefore, strength and court sports protection is the biggest design requirement for tennis shoes. The thickened suspension design of the insoles is also designed to improve the stability performance to meet the requirements of more jumping and shock absorption in sports. Some high-end products are also equipped with other special features. Shock-absorbing materials to reflect more professional sports style.
In addition to the importance of choosing shoes, it is necessary to have insoles - the opponents are flexible to start and retract. And you are stagnation, although you all have the same brand of shoes, in fact, the secret may be in the double indispensable insole. With a pair of "shallow cup insoles" with anti-slip and breathable sweat, it may be the secret of your invincibility.
Overview of Insoles for Court Sports
The design of the protection system for the footsteps is the most important part of any tennis shoe. The protective effects of accessories such as "forefoot belt", "hind cup", toe, hoop or mid-cushion not only make many "genius golfers" grow up in the tennis world, but also promote the creation of such things as "air cushions". Shock absorbers, "return pressure", "energy guide" and many other wonderful accessories. People pay more "manufacturing costs" to the accessories of these protection systems for the future of their own feet. But this is necessary and helpless.
Court sports insoles are primarily designed to absorb much of the impact shock that results from running and jumping repeatedly, especially on hard surfaces. In particular, insoles for court sports feature gel or foam padding at both the heel and under the ball-of-foot, the two parts of the foot that experience the most impact shock from running and jumping. Additionally, these insoles feature a built-in arch support to prevent your arches from collapsing under strain, and minor to moderate cushioning to alleviate pressure on the feet while standing and moving.