Who should buy the Diadora Speed Blushield Fly 2 Clay

According to a review, the Diadora Speed Blushield Fly 2 Clay is much more than just a casual walker. They stated that these shoes are soft and stable like their Speed Blushield 3 counterparts, but come in a lighter, more dynamic package. They naturally run a little wide. They also recommended these shoes for players seeking an ultra-comfortable option without sacrificing much on the performance side.

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Who should not buy the Diadora Speed Blushield Fly 2 Clay

Some users find the opening of this bootie-structured Speed Blueshield Fly model quite tight. For a more comfortable fit for normal-to-wide feet, look at Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0 Clay or HEAD Revolt Pro 3.0 Clay.

Wear-resistant rubber

According to a review, they were impressed with its wear-resistant rubber compound. They stated that it enhances durability. 

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Lightweight and impressive energy return

Diadora Speed Blushield Fly 2 Clay’s lightweight structure and impressive energy return is a come-on to many buyers.

Excellent arch support

As per a considerable sum of wearers, with its light EVA internal support on the arch, this stability trainer offers lateral support. They say that this shoe offers a medial stabilizer to control torsional stability near the arch, and does not detract from the shoe's shock-absorption capabilities.

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Comfortable cushioning

Most of the users find its removable Ortholite insole comfortable, and they stated that it improves moisture management within the shoe. They also say that it does not disintegrate in the shoe, unlike other open-cell foams.  It combats the presence of fungi, bacteria, and unpleasant odors. It can also be machine washed and dried without losing its durability.

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Breathable and durable

As described by some, the mesh and stretchy lining contribute to the shoe’s breathability. Mesh is semi-transparent which is awesome. It is highly recommended by quite a lot of players for its excellent quality. 

Narrow fit found in Diadora Speed Blushield Fly 2 Clay

As many have testified, this shoe runs narrow. Best to size up if you want more room, especially in the toebox! Or, check out our collection of clay court tennis shoes for inspiration. 

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An ideal shoe for clay courts

Its decent price point makes it one of the best options for clay court use, according to several players. 

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Best for intermediate players and beginners

While this shoe ticks all the most important boxes, the level of stability, traction, and foot containment is not premium. This makes it not perfect for advanced players.

Diadora Speed Blushield Fly 2 Clay's main features and benefits

  • Innovative Diadora Blushield Fly Technology
  • Ergonomic Morpho base
  • Light EVA midsole
  • Arch reinforcement
  • Removable Ortholite insole
  • Toe cap with abrasion-resistant rubber insert
  • Upper in Suprelltech, air mesh, and D-Skin

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 13.4oz / Women 9.9oz
Shoe Type: Clay Court
Features: Durability warranty
Construction: Stability
Material: Synthetic
BRAND Brand: Diadora

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Brenton Barker
Brenton Barker

Brenton is an Australian with 20 years of experience coaching WTA and ATP professional tennis players, whom have won a total of 10 international professional Tournaments. Brenton holds a Degree in Sports Coaching and was the former Head Tennis Coach at the Japanese Government Sports Science Institute. Brenton was also a former Manager & Head Coach of Australia’s Governing Sporting Body, Tennis Australia, and has been a Dunlop International Advisory Board Member since 2010. Additionally, Brenton was the Head of Player development for World No 7 and two-time Grand Slam Champion Johan Kriek.