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TENNIS.com Review
By TENNIS.com on December 11, 2009

Beneath the Novaro’s country-club style is the soul (and the sole) of great value. It’s a shoe for casual players who would rather hit and giggle than grunt and gasp. Since these players put less stress on their feet than more hard-core competitors, they don’t need the elaborate gladiator armor that comes with high-performance shoes, unless they have a history of foot problems. The Novaro combines a thrifty suggested retail price of $70 (the lowest of the shoes reviewed here) with just enough comfort and stability features, such as a lightweight EVA midsole, a synthetic upper with ample perforations, and a mesh tongue for breathability. It’s perfect for the beginner to 3.0 player who will never be club or city champ and doesn’t care.

Specifications

Released on December 11, 2009



  • Price:
    $70.00
  • Gender:
    Male
  • Warranty:
    7
  • Size:
    7 - 15
  • Weight:
    8.5 oz
  • Dr. Sharnoff's rating:
    7.6
  • Wear testers' rating:
    7.3
  • Combined rating:
    Unknown

  • Foot types:
    Unknown
  • Colors:
    8

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