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adidas has hit the mark in the adipower Stabil 10.1. True to the Stabil's reputation, this incarnation offers plenty of support when making quick movements around the court while incorporating enough mesh to keep your feet cool. The patented Band-of-Power extends from the heel to the forefoot to make sure your foot is on complete lockdown. Meanwhile, adidas' Sprintweb technology integrated with mesh paneling allows the shoe to stay lightweight, cool, and supportive, making for an extremely comfortable ride. On the bottom you will find the Top Grip Outsole to provide maximum traction, and to top it off, the stylish yet simple design is eye-catching without being gaudy, resulting in a classic look for today's modern player.

  • Fit: Length is true to size, with a slightly generous width. Arch support is low; no break-in required.
  • Upper: AdiTuff, Band-of-Power, Sprintweb, and Torsion system all work in harmony to provide stability, breathability, and a light weight.
  • Midsole: AdiPrene, a shock absorbing EVA material for comfort. Ringcore, a 2nd density EVA for speed and the Motion Guiding System for stability and guidance. miCoach compatible.
  • Outsole: Top-Grip gum rubber compound.
  • Weight: 13.1 oz's (size 10.0)
  • Colors: Black/Blue
  • Comments: Great shoe especially if you have wide feet. Light weight and good grip.  Will order again
    From: John H., Florida, USA, 05/14
    Skill-level: C 

    Comments: Not only are they the best looking racquetball shoe I've seen out there, but--for me--they're also the most comfortable (and I've tried Asics, Wilson, and Salming as well). Well-designed in terms of the technology they incorporate, very well-ventilated, and they appear well-made. (However, I'll update my review if they don't hold up. Being Adidas, I imagine they'll do fine though.) Many of the other shoes I tried felt too tight around the widest part of my forefoot, but these feel just right, holding me snugly there but not too tight, and leaving generous room in the toe box so my toes aren't all scrunched together. Don't even need to break them in. Only down side is that they're a bit on the heavy side, though not egregiously so.
    From: Mo, Oakland, CA, USA, 03/14
    Skill-level: Beginner-intermediate 

    Comments: Very nice shoe. Light weight and I like the wider toe box area since it provide plenty of space for my wide foot. I bought this shoe in both colors and have really liked them thus far. Will have to see how they wear over the long haul. 
    From: Jason, Lancaster, PA, USA, 03/14
    Skill-level: Open