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Durability or support? Better cushioning for more intensive play? Your choice of junior shoes is important as it will follow your child as he or she practices the sport. Allow us to guide you as you seek to choose the best tennis shoes for your child!
Your choice of tennis shoes will be based on the level at which your child plays, the technical characteristics of the products that are on offer and the type of use your child will make of them.
1. Your Kid's Playing Level
Artengo offers three types of shoes depending on your child's playing level.
If your child uses his or her shoes for sport at school or even to start tennis, he or she will need very durable shoes. The 700, 730 and 760 Series will meet his or her needs very well.
In the case of regular use beyond playing tennis as a school sport, your child will need durability but also cushioning to protect his or her joints. These benefits can be found in the 860 Series junior shoes.
If you child plays tennis intensively, his or her requirements will also be more extensive. For intensive play, three assets are essential: cushioning, durability and support. You will find these three features in the 990 Series junior tennis shoes.
2. The Wise Choice: The Non-Marking Sole!
Required increasingly by clubs and for playing sports at school, the non-marking sole will be an undeniable asset for your child's shoe.
3. Technical Benefits: How Do You Know What You Are Looking For?
Your children's shoes offer many technical benefits, but it is easy to get lost amongst all of the explanations. Let's go through the features of our junior shoes!
Children's feet are different to adults'. If you want to look after their feet, go for shoes offering good support. This is provided by the support at the heels.
In order to stand up to daily use on account of the the continual demand placed on your children, durability is an important asset in a junior tennis shoe. You should therefore opt for a rubber shoe that is reinforced to the front of the foot - where the most is asked of the shoe.
If your children's shoes barely ever leave their feet, it is essential that they feel comfortable. Good cushioning will therefore be crucial to ensure that your child feels comfortable in his or her shoes.
Progressive Tennis, as the word implies is a step by step technique to introduce young players to the game. It's slightly different from regular tennis but known to be more effective in the learning process.