The Asics Gel Resolution 5 updates the top of the Asics tennis shoe line and offers excellent Gel cushioning based on Asics running shoe technology, with the lateral support and durability needed for tennis. Features gait-enhancing I.G.S., GEL Cushioning System, and an updated new Flexion Fit Upper for improved flexibility. Revised Trusstic System for added torsional rigidity and enhanced medial stability.
Midwest Sports only ships Asics products to domestic addresses in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.
6 MONTH OUTSOLE WARRANTY
Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.)-Enhances the foot's natural function and performance by linking the shoe's components.
Solyte 55 Midsole Material-Lighter than Asics' standard EVA and SpEVA, combined with improved cushioning and durability.
Heel and forefoot GEL Cushioning Systems-Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases.
Flexion Fit Upper-Provides form-fitting comfort without sacrificing support.
PHF (Personal Heel Fit)-Memory foam lined heel collar molds to athletes heel, creating personalized fit.
Heel Clutching System - Exoskeletal heel counter provides improved support and creates improved heel fitting environment.
No break in is required, which is rare for me. They have room in the toe box. I am able to move well in them. Great shoe.
5 StarsGreat shoe
Martin M. from CA wrote (April 17, 2014):
Great comfort, low profile, feels secure but not stiff. Well padded. Have worn Barricade, Babolat, K-Swiss and like these best. Good looking shoe. 6-month warranty so two pairs only cost about $50 each.
5 Starsthe best
cool from NJ wrote (April 07, 2014):
comfortable right out of the box, as well as stable on the court.
5 StarsGreat Transition
Charles B Rewer from MO wrote (April 04, 2014):
I have always worn Adidas to play tennis. Over the last 18-months I have dealt with plantar fasciitis and peroneal tendinitis in both feet. A pal from my USTA team told me how his knee pain went away almost overnight when he switched to the Gel Resolution. I did a lot of research on this shoe and competitors, and found them to be very comfortable when first putting them on. The first time playing took no break-in, and after three matches and a few drill sessions later I feel like I have found my future footwear. Such a light yet stable body, the sole really grabs the hardcourt surface - all while allowing the natural movement of my feet. I have had no issues with pain during play so that is always a plus. I am a fan.
4 StarsExcellent shoes
WF from CA wrote (April 02, 2014):
I am a 4.0 double player, play 5 times a week. Own 2 pairs of Resolution 4. For apple to apple comparison, prefer Resolution 4 better. Both models offers great comfort, support and tracking. However, mid sole for Res-5 out of box feels slightly high and less comfortable as Res-4. Need to wear and play on court to further comment. Both models run 1/2 size bigger than normal. Since Res-4 is history now, so will purchase Res-5 when time comes.