Who should buy the ASICS Gel Court Speed

ASICS Gel Court Speed is a step up to the high-quality Solution Speed FF and is wrapped in a combination of synthetic materials and mesh. It is a solid option if you:

  • Need a shoe that doesn’t put lots of weight and which makes its profile a suitable option for aggressive court players.
  • Prefer a shoe that is crafted with the Gel cushioning system and helps reduce pressure due to its bounce-back properties.

ASICS Gel Court Speed Logo

ASICS High Abrasion Rubber

ASICS didn’t scrimp in value when it opted to use a top-grade, abrasion-resistant rubber compound in the outsole makeup. Notably, the durable AHAR+ (ASICS High Abrasion Rubber) composite, which is carefully mapped on the high-wear zones of the outsole. This patented ASICS rubber delays any signs of excessive wear, thus putting more life to the Gel Court Speed.

ASICS Gel Court Speed ASICS High Abrasion Rubber

ASICS Court Speed has got an excellent grip

This AHARPlus is designed with an improved herringbone tread pattern that offers traction on any court surface. The right amount of grip gives users the flexibility to push around the court in a fraction of a second.

ASICS Gel Court Speed Excellent grip

Prevents excessive torsion

Working doubly hard than any significant components of the Gel Court Speed by ASICS is the midsole. The Trusstic System is fixed into this middle section of the shoe.

ASICS Gel Court Speed Prevents excessive torsion

It prevents excessive torsion that can injure the foot and ankle. This piece of resin engineering inhibits the foot from twisting dangerously and painfully as it moves in different angles inside the court. 

Excellent stability

To illustrate, the midfoot foam is carved out to give way to this shank and to strengthen the shoe’s stability. It is fixed under the arch section that suppresses inward twisting of the foot during landings while allowing outward turning during toe-offs. 

ASICS Gel Court Speed Excellent stability

Duomax technology

The Duomax technology is also fused into the trainer for added support. It is made of a firm sponge that controls the inward rolling of the heel as the foot hits the court surface.

ASICS Gel Court Speed Duomax technology

Flat-footed users who tend to tilt their foot inward can benefit from this tiny unit since it is meant to moderate the degree of stress to the foot due to overpronation. 

Excellent cushioning of the Gel Court

As its name suggests, the midfoot gets its cushioning benefits from ASICS’ proprietary Gel units, strategically placed in the heel and forefoot. This Gel system uses a particular type of silicone that delivers favorable shock absorption. 

ASICS Gel Court Speed Excellent cushioning

The Gel pads have independent functions. The one under the ball of the foot diminishes stress forces that typically occur during propulsion. On the contrary, the Gel cushioning fixed on the rear side reduces impact during heel strikes. 

Lessens the chances of blisters

The upper of the Gel Court Speed is made of synthetic material and mesh that are done in a seamless manner. This method lessens the chances of blisters caused by friction and irritation that are common to uppers made of seams and stitches. 

ASICS Gel Court Speed Lessens the chances of blisters

Toe protection

Reinforcing the outer membrane is the PGuard Toe Protector. It helps shield the forefoot from immediate damage caused by inevitable foot-dragging during serves and volleys.

ASICS Gel Court Speed  Toe protection

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 12.3oz / Women 10.6oz
Shoe Type: All Court
Collection: ASICS Gel
Features: Lightweight
Construction: Speed
Material: Synthetic

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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.