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Royal Blue/Lite Gray


12.2 Ounces (Size 7)

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Tyrol Drive-V Women's Royal Blue/Lite Gray

Step up your game with the Tyrol Drive V pickleball shoes! With a Phylon midsole and Vibram outsole, these shoes are perfect for competitive players who need durability on outdoor courts. The wide toe box and sculpted heel design create a comfortable, stable fit that lasts throughout the match. A medial side PowerClip heel counter adds stability and support for quick and agile footwork. Pickleball players looking for a comfortable and stable shoe should consider the Tyrol Drive V!

Shoe Technology

Upper: Mesh nylon upper offers excellent airflow to keep you cool and dry. Padded tongue, inside heel counter and topline padded collar provide step-in comfort. Rubber toe molding and power clip protect against abrasion from toe dragging. Exterior heel counter provides excellent support and prevents ankle rollover.

Midsole: 60 Density Lightweight Phylon midsole absorbs shock from high-impact landings and provides responsiveness for quick on-court movements.

Outsole: Vibram X-Abrade rubber compound adds durability on outdoor surfaces. Aggressive chevron tread design gives incredible traction where you need it. TPU shank provides torsion control to improve stability during explosive movements on the court.

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Pickleball Shoes

I've been wearing these shoes for several weeks on our concrete Pickleball courts. In fit, they seem to be a bit wider than a "normal" medium width. Having said that these shoes are sturdy and can take the pounding from the courts.

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