To choose padel shoes, first, determine your traction preferences - go for high traction if you live in a wet climate and/or play on sandy surfaces. Second, determine your stability vs. cushion preferences: prioritize rigidity and stability if you have sensitive ankles, and prioritize high cushion if you have sensitive knees.
Each of these rackets has its own unique strengths and weaknesses. We hope the following takeaways will help you make up your mind if you’re still struggling to determine which one complements your game best.
With their preferences on every little detail of their game, padel players can be real difficult to buy for? But we'll help you out with some great gifts for your padel-addicted friends and family in this guide.