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

It’s hard to imagine, but Tecnifibre’s T-Fight line has been around for a decade now. This year,  the line features brand new styling courtesy of Tecnifibre’s new partner: Lacoste. The updated series looks stellar and sophisticated with its French flag color pallet, while innovative Xtreme Touch Construction (XTC), a mix of graphite, alloy, and polyester fibers, increases frame stability, yet allows better flexibility and ball feel. Tour players Jeremy Chardy, Daniil Medvedev, and Aljaz Bedene upgraded to the new T-Fight XTC 305 this summer, and are racking up the wins.

Back to the Basics: Babolat Unveils the SFX 3 All Court Tennis Shoe

Back to the Basics: Babolat Unveils the SFX 3 All Court Tennis Shoe

Fans of the original SFX will be pleased to hear that the 3 returns to the basics of what made the first version so popular. It’s wide-foot friendly, and offers maximum comfort. In addition to this, Babolat has implemented new technologies to offer superior support and breathability.

Wilson Rush Pro 2.5 = High Performance Tennis Shoe

Wilson Rush Pro 2.5 = High Performance Tennis Shoe

I didn’t break the shoes in at all before I stepped on the court because I wanted to test how they felt straight out of the box. I was impressed by how soft the upper felt when slipping the shoes on, and how the sock liner guided my foot, but didn’t constrict it. Throughout the match, I didn’t feel any hotspots or have any blister issues. The foot bed offered strong support and cushioning, but I still felt connected to the court with a low-to-the-ground feel.