Sprinting into Fall: HEAD Shoe gets SuperFabric Update

Sprinting into Fall: HEAD Shoe gets SuperFabric Update

SF or SuperFabric has been utilized in the redesign of the shoe. SuperFabric has been used for military applications and is known as a brutally tough armor technology, which is both lightweight and flexible. In a recent interview with Forbes Magazine’s Tim Newcomb, HEAD’s footwear manager Simon Brennais had this to say about the partnership with SuperFabric.

You down with XTC? Yeah You Know Me: Tecnifibre XTC T-Fight 305 Review

You down with XTC? Yeah You Know Me: Tecnifibre XTC T-Fight 305 Review

Tecnifibre’s T-Fight line has been around for a decade now and this year, the line features brand new styling courtesy of Tecnifibre’s new partner: Lacoste. The updated series looks stellar and sophisticated with many new technologies to upgrade your game. See why tour players like Jeremy Chardy, Daniil Medvedev, and Aljaz Bedene upgraded to the new T-Fight XTC 305.

uberSonic Boom: Shoedown

uberSonic Boom: Shoedown

On court, the improvement in ventilation is pronounced. The shoes do a better job of protecting your feet with a fabric that breaths more naturally than the older, double-layer mesh. The mid-sole combines with the outsole to provide a cushioned ride while still feeling close to the court surface. The tread has changed slightly from the previous version as it flexes and supports well during dynamic movements like sliding or sprinting for drop shots.The full-length polyurethane mid-sole has some good bounce and energy return with a more plush feel than in the 2.0. After a couple of sets in the heat, the shoes showed a remarkable improvement over the 2.0 because they hadn’t absorbed a lot of sweat. Later the same afternoon, the shoes were dried out and ready for the next session on court.