Who should buy the Adidas GameCourt

The Adidas GameCourt is a solid option if you want a budget-friendly tennis shoe as a beginner or a recreational player.

Adidas GameCourt who should buy

Who should NOT buy the shoe

If you tend to look for extra stability in your tennis footwear, then you might as well consider ASICS Gel Dedicate 7 or Fila Axilus 2 Energized.

Supportive cushioning of the GameCourt

Offering internal support to the arch and heel is the Cloudfoam midsole cushioning. Such property not only affords protection but delivers a responsive feel too. Such type of underfoot padding lets players survive in rounds of court matches while enjoying locked-in comfort. 

Adidas GameCourt cushioning

Rubber is grippy on hard and clay court

This shoe is constructed with the Adiwear 6, a type of rubber outsole used in high-performance tennis shoes. The full herringbone tread pattern promotes the right amount of contact and grip on different court surfaces. As one playtester says, "I could move around easily and confidently."

Adidas GameCourt traction

Airy enough to keep you fresh

Despite having snug-fitting bootie makeup, where the tongue is attached to the collar, its shell lets air circulate in and out of the shoe for enhanced comfort. 

Adidas GameCourt breathability

Impressive durability for a cheap shoe

The shoe's upper is composed of a TPU-fortified mesh that delivers an outstanding mix of abrasion resistance and comfort. Down at the bottom, the Adiwear 6 rubber component guards the sole against wear and tear.

Adidas GameCourt durable

Quite a few players praised the durability-to-price ratio of the GameCourt as it lasts much longer than what is expected from a $65 pair. A frequent player who goes through shoes pretty fast was extremely pleased with this Adidas shoe.

Adidas GameCourt quality

Adidas GameCourt offers great value for money

With the price of tennis shoes averaging at $119, the $65 price tag of the GameCourt looks ridiculously cheap. And yet, based on the general users' feedback, this Adidas shoe provides excellent quality and performance for a shoe in its price range.

Adidas GameCourt budget friendly

"They just surround your feet with comfort & support," shares a reviewer. Others agree that it fits like a glove and has enough in-shoe padding that keeps you cozy.

Roomy enough for wide feet

Players with average-to-wide feet reported that they felt comfortable in the Adidas GameCourt. The toe box is spacious enough for their forefoot.

Adidas GameCourt toebox

In addition, despite its fixed tongue, the shoe is easy to quite easy to put on, according to the wearers.

Sleek design of the GameCourt

On top of it all, the Adidas GameCourt has a very clean silhouette with simple yet attractive color combinations. More than a few wearers find it one of the shoe's best-selling points.

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 13.4oz / Women 10.9oz
Shoe Type: All Court
Features: Lightweight
Construction: Cushioned
Material: Synthetic
BRAND Brand: Adidas
SKUs: CG6334 / EG2016 / EG2017 / FU8111 / FX1553 / FX1558 / FY3378 / FZ4286 / FZ4287 / GZ8516

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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.