Head Revolt Pro 2.0

Reviewed by Tim Newcomb | June 01, 2017

Tags: shoe



  • Great breathability


  • Questionable stability



Gear Review

This review is taken from the Best in Shoe: 2017, which appears in the May/June issue of Tennis Magazine. 

Head continues to improve its line of tennis sneakers with the Revolt Pro 2.0. The most breathable shoe in this year’s guide includes unparalleled venting—there’s even a removable sticker under the perforated insole that opens the mesh on the outsole. Reviewers enjoyed the “clever idea” and “smart tech.” This sweat-wicking mechanism can create salt lines on the shoe’s upper, however. The medium-weight design comes with solid underfoot cushioning, padding on the collar and a nice level of flexibility. But reviewers noted a lack of stability, and the shoe’s wider construction made a snug fit difficult to attain for those with narrow feet. Expect some stiffness out of the box, both in the midsole and upper, but the shoe will loosen with wear over time. Overall, the Revolt Pro’s updated aesthetics were widely praised and it’s a comfortable option for beginners and advanced players. Regardless of your skill level, if you need breathability in a shoe, this is the one you’ll want in your bag.

Tim Newcomb covers sneakers for Tennis Magazine and tennis.com. Follow him on Twitter at @tdnewcomb. 

Info & Specs

The premium performance HEAD REVOLT PRO 2.0 women's tennis shoe is engineered to provide the optimum combination of comfort and stability to the baseline player who is extra tough on her shoes. It is now also lighter than ever. The HEAD 4D Shell, a seamless upper, provides amazing comfort, while the PU molded top layer keeps the foot securely in place. Additional stability comes from the HEAD ENERGY FRAME and its TPU wings, which support the heel, providing lateral stability and safety. The shoe also features a dual density midsole with TRI-NRG technology that perfectly supports your foot.



Size5.5-10, 11

Weight12 oz