Prince T22 Lite continues to captivate the hearts of diehards with the optimum blend of comfort and traction. This lighter version comes with a more flexible upper than that of the flagship model, granting a soft environment for the foot.
- Comfortable right out of the box
- No break-in
- Excellent grip
- Toe guard feels thin
Who should buy the Prince T22 Lite
The Prince brand slashed down about an ounce of weight from the original T22 model and came up with the Prince T22 Lite. It is a solid option if you:
- Need a shoe that has mesh cover isn’t only 10% lighter but more ventilated and quicker too.
- Need a shoe that offer adequate cushioning and comfortable.
- Need a shoe that grants a plush ride with a partly roomy toe box.
PRC 1000 rubber compound
The use of the PRC 1000 rubber compound delays any early signs of smoothing, balding, and wear. Thicker, tough-wearing rubber is stretched in high-wear zones of the outsole, giving it a longer life.
Modified herringbone tread design
The wavy, modified herringbone tread design offers stable footing on clay and hard court surfaces. Such an outsole pattern keeps the foot from slipping, while its grooves grant flexibility.
Prince T22 Lite comes with a six-month outsole durability guarantee. This feature is usually attached to high-performance tennis shoes with tough-wearing outsoles.
The Shock Eraser is an extremely potent shock absorption unit as the foot hits the court. This technology minimizes the amount of impact that gets to the foot and converts it into lasting comfort and support. By shielding the foot from blows, the Shock Eraser lowers the risks of foot injuries and discomforts.
Tight under the arch is a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) shank that provides stability. This rigid unit is able to resist unwanted torsional rotation during play. The firmness of this material hinders the heel from rotating outward and stops the foot from overpronating.
Unlike the earlier models under the T series, the T22 Lite is built with mesh in a spacious knit pattern. The open mesh design allows air to circulate throughout the shoe. The mesh cover is welded with foot straps that serve as upper support and lateral stability.
Midfoot width is on the standard size, but it gets wider on the forefoot. This trainer comes with a spacious toe box that benefits wearers with bunions and wide foot.