Fit Tip: Length - true to size. Width - Medium, with a glovelike fit from sockliner tongue and ankle sleeve. Arch - Medium. Little to no break-in.
The new Nike Air Zoom Ultrafly Mens Tennis Shoe is a lightweight shoe that offers stability, cushioning, and durability. This tennis shoe is made with lightweight Flyknit and Flywire cables for support and a snug fit, allowing for quick footwork on the court. Zoom Air units in the heel and forefoot offer maximum cushioning and impact protection. Nike extra durable outsole designed with a modified herringbone pattern gives durability and traction during aggressive moves on hard courts.
Color: Black/Ghost Green/ White
Ultra-light Kurim and mesh upper
Stabilizing lacing system integrated with lightweight Flywire cables offer a snug fit that stays in place during quick movements.
A Flyknit constructed ankle cuff provides a locked down, second-skin feel.
Phylon midsole provides lightweight cushioning
Zoom Air units strategically placed in the heel and forefoot work with a full-length Pebax plate for maximum responsive cushioning.
Made with extra-durable rubber that extends around the forefoot and toe regions for optimal durability. Designed with a modified herringbone pattern for traction during aggressive moves on hard courts.
Fits like a glove! Great stability and comfort, no matter how long I'm on the court.
3 StarsCool tech but wow the price
Cam from IL wrote (September 07, 2016):
Have a pair of the indoor soccer shoes with the mercurial vapor design around the ankle. This is a pretty cool shoe, but like the soccer shoes, not sure that they are worth the price. Super-techy feeling on your foot, but definitely on the narrow side. Super breathable!
4 StarsSnug fit at first
Ron from FL wrote (May 31, 2016):
This shoe is extremely comfortable once you get it on your foot. The heal support makes it difficult to get on your foot, but once its on its great! My ankles feel so supported by this shoe that it allows me to move around the court much quicker. Im no longer worried about rolling my ankles with my quick lateral movement.
1 StarVery Poor Fit
Mo Melotti, USPTA from wrote (May 31, 2016):
I liked the concept of the ankle support and the flywire construction for support... BUT...Read the reviews on the Nike website and be forewarned. This shoe does not fit "true to size" and runs slightly short in length and narrow through the forefoot. Nike did this with a Vapor model in 2005 and ahead of that an Agassi Zoom model in the late 90s. Going up half a size helped with the Vapor, but not the Agassi Zoom. Roll the dice... for $220.-, the shoe should fit and be comfortable, as well as supportive.