Best Selling Mens Tennis Shoes in 2023
ASICS Men's Gel-Venture 6 Running Shoe, Frost Grey/Phantom/Black, 12 4E US
ASICS Men's Gel-Venture 7 (4E) Shoes, 12XW, Electric Blue/Sheet Rock
- Rearfoot GEL technology cushioning system - Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
- Removable Sockliner - A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
- AHAR Outsole - Acronym for ASICS High Abrasion Rubber. Placed in critical areas of the outsole for exceptional durability.
- Trail Specific Outsole - Reversed lugs provide uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain.
Skechers Sport Men's Energy Afterburn Lace-Up Sneaker,White/Navy,9.5 M US
- 1.5 inches heel
- Soft fabric shoe lining
adidas Originals Men's X_PLR Sneaker, white tint/black/white, 11 M US
- Knit upper
- Mesh lining
- Webbing tape 3 Stripes, Nubuck heel
- Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite sockliner, Speed lacing system
Nike Men's Air Monarch IV Cross Trainer, White/Metallic Silver/Midnight Navy, 11.0 Regular US
- MEN'S LEATHER SNEAKERS: Leather upper features overlays for support and perforations for airflow.
- COMFORTABLE TRAINING: Foam Phylon midsole and full-length encapsulated Air-Sole unit cushions for comfort and support.
- NATURAL MOTION: Solid rubber outsole is durable and provides traction over varied surfaces.
- LIGHTWEIGHT GYM SHOE: Mesh shoe tongue enhances breathability and heel pull tab helps with easy on and off
- NIKE MEN'S SHOE: Imported and man made with synthetic sole
New Balance Men's 510v4 Cushioning Trail Running Shoe, Black, 13 4E US
- ACTEVA Midsole
- ABZORB Heel
- NB Ultra Soft Comfort Insert
- AT TREAD Outsole
- Toe Protect
adidas Men's Tech Response Golf Shoe, Iron Metallic/White, 9.5 M US
- Thintech, adituff, thintech cleat, traxion, adiwear
- Lightweight mesh and synthetic upper for enhanced breathability and comfort
- Soft eva insole for lightweight comfort and cushioning
- 6-spike configuration with thintech low-profile technology for improved traction and stability
- 91 day comfort guarantee
Under Armour Men's Charged Assert 8 Running Shoe, Black (002)/Black, 10
- NEUTRAL: For runners who need a balance of flexibility & cushioning
- Lightweight mesh upper with 3-color digital print delivers complete breathability
- Durable leather overlays for stability & that locks in your midfoot
- EVA sockliner provides soft, step-in comfort
- Charged Cushioning midsole uses compression molded foam for even greater responsiveness & durability, providing optimal cushioning & energy return
Ringside Diablo Wrestling Boxing Shoes, 8, White
- The Ringside Diablo Boxing Shoes are contemporary in style and usher in a new generation of high performance ring footwear
- These sport-specific shoes have a patent leather vinyl finish and a low-top ankle for ease of movement and ankle support
- Made with a breathable nylon mesh pattern and a non-slip rubber sole for added comfort and safety while fighting
- Please see size chart with foot measurements to help determine sizing - (Women size 7 = Men size 5) Men's sizes: All colors except Pink - Women's sizes: Only in Pink
Nike Men's Initiator Running Shoe, Metallic Silver/Black White, 11.5 D US
- Supportive overlays help center the foot in the shoe
- Soft lining enhances comfort
- Phylon midsole delivers a well-cushioned ride
- Flex grooves in the outsole promote a natural range of motion through toe-off
Michelle Obama Fights Childhood Obesity With -- Tennis?
First Lady Michelle Obama is capable, smart, and ambitious. It is no surprise, therefore, that she has chosen to fight childhood obesity. What is surprising is that she thinks tennis is the answer.
Tonight, Michelle Obama will appear in a television commercial with Andre Agassi and Stefanie Graf to promote tennis as one of the activities children can use to control obesity. [Source: NICHOLAS MCCARVEL. Straight Sets: First Lady Teams With U.S.T.A. on Obesity, Mon, 28 Feb 2020 05:15:15 GMT. Downloaded from: ]. While the goal of fighting obesity is a worthy one, you have to wonder whether tennis is really the answer.
The problem being addressed by Michelle Obama is that too many children eat high-calorie food and then sit in front of the television. To fight childhood obesity, the First Lady sensibly recommends that children exercise for 60 minutes each day. Surely that strategy would work. If kids ran around burning calories for an hour a day, they would ultimately weigh less (all other factors being held constant). But is tennis the solution?
How many of the obese children watching television have a tennis court in their backyard? Or in their neighborhood? Or within driving distance? It is unlikely that the kids eating junk food and watching ten hours a day of television are the same children who have easy access to a tennis court, let alone own a tennis racket. Michelle Obama might come from a tennis-rich background, but most kids do not.
Michelle Obama's tennis advertisement will be mostly harmless (except for any tax dollars squandered on it), but it will also probably be ineffective. What are some better alternatives to her tennis fight against obesity? The most obvious answer is basketball. Virtually every child in America has access to a basketball and a hoop. Kickball would be another good choice.
But even if Michelle Obama had chosen a realistic sport for her fight-against-obesity advertisement, it is unlikely that the ad would accomplish much. If the prospect of losing weight could motivate millions of kids to exercise, they would already be out there exercising. A better marketing approach would be to promote sports activity as an end in itself. Kids might actually go for that, whether they are obese or not.
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