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For athletes with narrow feet, finding a pair of sneakers that fit well can be a headache to say the least. Options are especially slim for tennis players, with many brands eliminating narrow measurements (B for narrow and 2A for extra-narrow) altogether. If the tennis shoes you’ve tried just aren’t cutting it, there’s no need to stress; Sneaker Report is here with the 10 Best Tennis Sneakers for Players with Narrow Feet.

Riley Jones is a student from Charlottesville, VA. With an unshakable affinity for basketball and all things ’90s, he can be found on Twitter @rchrstphr.

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Li-Ning Professional

No. 10 – Li-Ning Professional

Best surface: Clay and hard court
Key technology:
pacTRAC traction

Constructed with a fit that narrows quickly in the forefoot, the Li-Ning Professional’s pacTRAC anti-slip compound will keep you locked in on the court. The Chinese brand is well-known for their signature basketball models, and if the Professional is any indication, they could have the same impact on the tennis market.

$60Asics Gel Solution Slam

No. 9 – Asics Gel Solution Slam

Best surface: Hard court
Key technology:
Gel cushioning

Although the Asics Gel Solution Slam is technically a medium width model, its fit is considerably narrower than standard mediums. Players who border between traditional B and D widths will benefit from the unique fit. Equipped with durable Asics High Abrasion Rubber, the Gel Solution Slam will hold up well on hard court surfaces.

$75 Lotto Raptor Ultra IV Speed

No. 8 – Lotto Raptor Ultra IV Speed

Best surface: Multi
Key technology: ReactiveArch/PuntoFlex outsole design

Lotto's been in the footwear business since 1973, so you can count on them for tried-and-tested performance. The Lotto Raptor Ultra IV Speed is loaded with tech such as energy-returning Syn-Pule cushioning, a ReactiveArch and PuntoFlex outsole design, and Heel Control and 3-S for stability.

$120 Lacoste Gravitate 2 CRE

No. 7 – Lacoste Gravitate 2 CRE

Best surface: Multi
Key technology: MBS600 outsole for court versatility

Lighter than Lacoste's original Gravitate model, the Gravitate 2 CRE is built with a slightly narrow synthetic leather and mesh construction for breathability. Combining honeycomb and herringbone traction patterns, the Lacoste Gravitate 2 CRE works well on all court surfaces.

$115 Fila R8

No. 6 – Fila R8

Best surface: Hard court
Key technology:  Evergrind outsole

With a slightly narrow fit, the Fila R8 offers out-of-the-box comfort with no break-in period. A durable Evergrind outsole is suitable for multiple surfaces, but will perform best on hard courts. Players with a tendency to drag toes need not worry, as the Fila R8's Duracera II toe overlay provides heavy duty durability.

$50 adidas adizero Ace II

No. 5 – adidas adizero Ace II

Best surface: Hard court
Key technology: Full-length adiPrene cushioning

The adidas adizero Ace II provides a fit that is snug in the heel, narrow in the midfoot, and a narrow to medium in the forefoot area. SprintWeb construction adds a layer of supportive synthetic to the upper which further benefits players with narrow feet. Its durable adiWear outsole will hold up well on hard court surfaces. Not to be confused with the Ace Versatility women's signature basketball model, the adizero Ace II is a smart choice for players who require a snug fit.

$55 Nike Serve Return

No. 4 – Nike Air Serve Return

Best surface: Hard court
Key technology: Encapsulated heel Air cushioning

With a fit leaning towards narrow, the Nike Air Serve Return is one of the few tennis models from the Swoosh that works well for players with narrow feet. Phylon and encapsulated Nike Air are combined in the midsole for protective cushioning. The Air Serve Return's lacing system is attached to the upper's synthetic overlays, which adds another level of lockdown and support.

$65 KSwiss Glaciator SCD

No. 3 – KSwiss Glaciator SCD

Best surface: Multi
Key technology: Breathable DuraFlow upper

The KSwiss Glaciator SCD is built with a narrow fit throughout the heel and forefoot with a slightly wider toebox which provides room for toe movement on the court. The Glaciator SCD is also equipped with a ventilated DuraFlow upper, combining mesh and a durable polyester/nylon blend for breathability and support. Ready for multiple court surfaces, the a Aosta 7.0 outsole and DragGuard toe help to extend the narrow model's lifespan.

$85 New Balance 804

No. 2 – New Balance 804 B

Best surface: Multi
Key technology: Abzorb forefoot cushioning

As one of the few tennis models offered in a B measurement, the multi-court New Balance 804 B is one of the best-fitting options around for players with narrow feet. Its Lightning Dry will keep your feet dry and cool during long matches, while the herringbone outsole pattern is suitable for all court surfaces.

$100adidas Response Comp II

No. 1 – adidas Response Comp 2

Best surface: Multi
Key technology: adiPrene+ forefoot cushioning

The best option around for players with narrow feet is the adidas Response Comp 2. Its narrow fit is enhanced by forefoot SprintWeb, while the Response Comp 2’s midsole is cushioned with adiPrene and adiPrene+ for shock absorption. A dual-density SprintFrame chassis is added for low-to-the-ground stability, while adiTuff is implemented on the toe of the Response Comp 2 for drag protection. As tough as it is lightweight, the adidas Response Comp 2's durability is increased in the form of an adiWear 6 outsole, which features a mixed pattern that performs well on all court surfaces.

$50

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