Who should buy Babolat Propulse Blast All Court

Get these tennis shoes if you: 

  • Absolutely prioritize lateral support: this shoe is rocking at it
  • Like that extra cushion - here, it's provided by fancy Ortholite insole 
  • Really want the get the most out of the money you invest. The Blast All Court is said to bring a great value!

Who should not buy these tennis shoes

Look away if you have narrow feet or really want tennis shoes that are easy to slide into. These are everything but. Consider these alternatives: Diadora Speed Blushield 5 AG or Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 3.0. Their toeboxes are reported to be very spacious and there were no complaints when it comes to putting them on. 

Supportive all over

As one tester has commented, the Propulse Blast All Court offers "superior support for sure." Many tennis players agree that lateral support is one of the biggest highlights of this shoe. No complaints at all. 

Babolat Propulse Blast All Court is narrow

By far the most common complaint is about the width. These run narrow, not only in the toebox. The overall fit is like that so many have recommended going half a size up to achieve a better fit. This is no surprise given that many Babolat tennis shoes run narrow or small. 

People go from Nike and ASICS to Babolat

Many tennis players have commented that they used to wear exclusively Nike or ASICS tennis shoes. Once giving these a shot, they did not look back. One comment even said "I took a shot on these and I hit the jackpot." 

Stiff, at first only (hopefully)

For some, the all Courts have been too stiff. While many have enjoyed this feeling because it makes them play aggressively more freely, others disliked it enough to return the shoe because of it. One player commented that he wish at least the forefoot had more cushioning and padding. A fraction of those players found it better after a few matches. 

Value to wish for! 

Not even one negative feedback when it comes to price. Everyone is happy with what they got saying "unbeatable price quality" and "wonderful price."

Outsole durability: 10/10

As one tester has reported, "the soles are super durable." Of course they are when Continental rubber came into play! It's not only about the durability but a great grip as well.

Babolat Propulse Blast All Court could be more breathable

There were a handful of comments saying that this pair should have better ventilation. While it's great that there are white (or light at least) colorways available, it does not seem that colors fix it completely for everyone. 

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 13.4oz / Women 10.8oz
Shoe Type: All Court
Construction: Cushioned
Material: Synthetic/Mesh upper
Technology: OrthoLite, Michelin
BRAND Brand: Babolat
SKUs: 30F194422013 / 30F214424090 / 30S184427003 / 30S204421005 / 31F214474079 / 31S184474006 / 31S194471023 / 31S194473016 / 31S204471028 / 31S214471058

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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.