The pro shop no longer offers shoe fittings.
Customers who want to try shoes on, may order them from the website and have them delivered to the pro shop.
They will have an opportunity to try them on.
If they don’t fit, or if they don’t want them, they can decline them and their purchase will be refunded.
Racquet Network staff writers are certified experts. Many are also certified coaches. Everyone at Racquet Network undergoes extensive training and product knowledge testing in order to ensure that we have the most knowledgeable staff in the racquet sports industry.
More expert advice:
- Help! My Feet are Blistering
For a shoe fitting expert, information about blistering is excellent because it sends a clear signal about what is wrong with the fit of the shoe. Unfortunately, this awesome information is often tied to equally bad information firmly planted it the customer’s mind about what is causing the blistering. When this happens, it can make […]...
- T1-Taper (Egyptian) Toe Line
A T1-taper is characterized by a big toe that is longer than all the rest, with each toe shorter in sequence. T1-taper toe lines, sometimes called Egyptian toe lines, are most commonly found paired with standard width forefeet on athletes under 30 years old. Players over 30 with T1-taper toe lines often have wide forefeet. […]...
- T3W-Taper (Wide Roman) Toe Line
A T3W-taper, sometimes called a Wide Roman toe line, is characterized by the first three toes being of approximately the same length after which the the toe line begins to taper down to the little toe. In extreme cases, the top of the little toe will line up below the base of the large toe […]...
- Laser Engrave Your Shoes
Laser engraving your court shoes is one way to protect your property. If you’ve ever had a racquet bag stolen from your car, you know how frustrating it is. If you’re a parent, you know how frustrating it can be when somebody steals your kid’s brand new shoes. In both of these instances, laser engraving […]...
- T2-Taper (Roman) Toe Line
A T2-taper, sometimes called a Roman toe line, is characterized by the first two toes being of approximately the same length after which the the toe line begins to taper down to the little toe. This shape, paired with a standard width forefoot, is most common in male athletes under 30 years old. In older […]...