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      New Balance 696v4 Men's White/Navy

      The New Balance 696v4 tennis shoes gives players a comfortable and supportive shoe to succeed in their next match. A herringbone outsole pattern to help you grip any surface better and improve your game up on hard courts. A synthetic mesh upper includes perforations in the forefoot for superior breathability supported by a lightweight midsole for a quick rebound. If you're looking for a shoe that's got you covered on the court, then the New Balance 696v4 is the perfect choice.

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      Rated 5 out of 5
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      Court Shoes

      This is the best pair of court shoes I've had in a long time. I use them to play racquetball. The soles grip the court so I don't slide, and they're very light weight. The only thing I can complain about is the shoestrings are a little bit long. I will definitely buy these shoes again when I need a new pair.

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      New Balance 696v4 "squash shoes"

      I got New Balance 696v4 "squash shoes" for playing indoor pickle ball. This is the first shoe I have found suitable for Pickle Ball that come in wide width. I am happy with them - they are available in 2E width - gum sole - light weight - rolled edges . . . all the things I needed for pickle ball. I wanted a 4E width . . . but I could only find them in 2E so "settled" and have found them flexible enough to work with my wide feet.

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