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- Looking for that clutch, game-winner to swing momentum your way? Get the advantage the moment you step foot on the court with the Bigshot Light™—one of the lightest tennis shoes from the K-Swiss® tennis line you'll ever wear!
- Perforated leather uppers for comfort and durability.
- Padded collar and tongue offers a snug, comfy fit.
- Heel Grip Lining made of interlocking fibers that grip the sock to minimize heel slippage.
- SUPERFOAM® foot bed for resilient full-length cushioning and excellent energy-return.
- Stay-tied laces acts as a "catch" to keep the laces tied.
- Flow Cool System™ on the upper enhances breathability and moisture-management from heel-to-toe to help keep feet cool and dry.
- DuraWrap technology on the toe box provides an extra line of defense against excessive toe dragging.
- K-EVA for maximum cushioning and shock absorption.
- Y-Beam midfoot support structure anchors the arch area with a TPU-injected component.
- 180 PSC Plantar Support Chassis thermal plastic on the outsole for 180° of enhanced midfoot stability.
- Ballistic Propulsion Plate to help keep players on the balls-of-the feet during play.
- DragGuard™ located in the high-wear areas of the toe and heel for increased abrasion-resistance.
- High-density Aösta 7.0 high-abrasion rubber outsole provides unsurpassed traction and grip from heel to toe.
- Weight: 14 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 12, width D - Medium. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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100% True to size
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100% Felt true to width
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K-Swiss Bigshot Light™
I bought these for my son for playing tennis. Very pleased with them. The fit is true to size.
Felt true to size
Felt true to width
Excellent arch support
- Patty - customer
- from Pennsylvania
- April 15, 2013
Nothing wrong with the Shoe per se, but for my feet, the toe box was way too big. Every time I plant to change direction my foot slides off the side of the shoe. I can't get the toebox tight enough to keep the foot from sliding out over the side of the sole. I'm going back to the Big Shot, which for me provides a much more stable platform.
Felt true to size
Felt true to width
Moderate arch support
- Doug - customer
- from St. Louis, MO
- February 27, 2013