Who should buy the NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo
The NikeCourt Air Zoom GP Turbo is a good option for intermediate to advanced players who are looking for:
- a cushioned tennis shoe that offers flexibility and freedom of movement
- a bouncy midsole that helps them get moving shot after shot
- lightweight shoe for hardcourt games
Who should NOT buy it
Check out the Air Zoom Vapor Pro if you prefer a breathable hardcourt tennis shoe. If you are looking for a shoe that's available in wide width, breathable, and isn't thickly cushioned, pry into the Vapor X.
Ready for rallies
Endorsed on the pro tour by Frances Tiafoe, the NikeCourt GP Turbo delivers a comfortable and responsive ride for fast and long games.
Quick recovery after each shot
Designed following the success of the Nike Air Zoom Zero, the NikeCourt GP Turbo is equipped with a full-length Zoom Air unit, which provides a bouncy ride in every step.
Thanks to Nike's Dynamic Fit System, players experience a secure glove-like lockdown. It wraps and supports the foot during quick cuts and fast shots. No heel slips too.
Keeps you steady
This hard court tennis shoe also offers a secure platform for every stop and start while giving exceptional support on the court. Some reviewers say that the shoe provides a good level of stability as they move from side to side.
The medial side of the toebox comes with additional reinforcement. It keeps the forefoot area sturdy while keeping the foot protected while sliding on the hardcourt.
Amazing grip on concrete
A few players admire the grippy outsole, making each slide and stop much more manageable.
Lacks wiggle room
A few players mention that the toebox area feels tight.