Who should buy the Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay head tennis shoe

Specifically, it taps the following types of consumers:

  • intermediate players who want to harness their tennis potential in full speed at short distances
  • swift movers who are critical about stability on the clay court
  • committed players seeking for a clay trainer with optimal breathability 
  • clay court grinders who slide and glide often and need a shoe with reliable traction

Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay: It can take a beating 

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay hybrasion outsole

Labeled as the Hybrasion+, this outsole rubber compound is assembled to be resistant to immediate wear. Such a technology generated by the brand displays a sharp, full-length herringbone tread pattern.

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay outsole

Hybrasion+ intends to adhere to the clay surface as the user makes sudden stops, sprints, and swift pivots.

You won't lose your step

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay support

Head incorporated a stability trigger on the lateral section to keep the foot flat and balanced when moving side to side. 

The Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay can take a beating

Aggressive toe dragging can ruin the high-wear perimeter of the shoe easily. The brand reinforced these zones using the Drift Defense technology.

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay toe cap

Such a feature utilizes a polyurethane layer of protective wrapping around the forefoot and medial side to extend its lifespan. 

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay stable

No need to worry about sweaty feet

This premium performance footgear is formulated with a Cooling System that allows air to permeate through the rubber sole and into the footwear.

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay mesh upper

It’s intended to lower down the temperature inside the shoe, especially during prolonged drills and games. 

Eats up impact

The middle horizontal slice of the shoe features the Tri-NRG system, which is a triple-density ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) property.

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay cushion

Such an innovative concept is prepared to dampen the impact on the heel, maintain midfoot stability with a 3D anti-torsion shank, and achieve optimal spring back with its rebound foam.  

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay: Less drop, more feel

The minimal heel-to-toe offset is a plus for players who need trainers with a low-to-the-ground sole composition.

This midsole height permits the wearer to feel connected to the court, especially when taking big lunges and making short steps. 

Lightweight support

Considered as the lightest Head tennis shoe when it was released, the clay-specific Sprint Pro 3.0 has an outer membrane made of breathable mesh that’s welded with strong microfibers.

Its seam-free structure isn’t only airy and light but supportive too. 

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay fit

The sock construction is constructed to embrace the foot for a more lockdown fit. Triangular shaped midfoot Deltastraps are integrated into its lacing system for enhanced stability and individualized fit. 

Goodbye heel slips

For a heightened level of comfort, the shoe is kitted out with molded ethylene vinyl acetate sockliner.

Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay snug

The Heelstab 180˚, a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) heel counter, that’s placed at the back of the foot, is meant to work as a stabilizing brace.  

Nice to know about the Head Sprint Pro 3.0 Clay

The all-court variation of this shoe is the Head Sprint Pro 3.0, constructed with a tread pattern that’s suitable on any court surface. 

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 12.5oz / Women 9.7oz
Shoe Type: Clay Court
Features: Lightweight
Construction: Speed
Material: Mesh upper
BRAND Brand: Head
Colorways: Blue / Black / White

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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.