Babolat - SFX3 ALL COURT WIMBLEDON

Whether you have a wider-than-average foot or your priority is to feel comfortable in your shoes, the Babolat SFX 3 is THE tennis shoe you need.It’s the benchmark for comfort in the Babolat range.

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The Babolat SFX 3 features a wide toe-box, if you are between sizes, we recommend going with the smaller size.

Comfort and support

With comfort and performance this style's priorities, the flexible and breathable upper means you can spend hours out on court. The thicker insole and special Kompressor cushioning system provide impact protection as you train and compete.

Fit

Model designed with more forefoot space for all tennis players, particularly those with wider feet.

Sole durability

We've worked with Michelin to create a sole made of a special kind of rubber for each court surface.

 

Single Layer Mesh

A Matryx piece on the forefoot gives extra support for lateral movements.

Rubber forefoot protection

A very hard-wearing protective rubber piece covering the inner forefoot down to the toes for unrivalled upper durability.

 

Ortholite molded

The OrthoLite® insole is molded to hug the shape of the foot. The properties of the foam composition make for exceptional comfort, breathability and durability.

 

Kompressor

TPR (Thermo Plastic Rubber) tube compression system positioned beneath the heel for exceptional shock absorption.

 

 

Active Flexion

A technology developed and patented by Babolat. The shape and composition of the materials used for the sole are segmented into 9 key pressure points for maximum responsiveness.

 

Michelin Tennis

The Michelin Original rubber composition has proven its worth over the past 15 years and beyond, It offers a great combination of grip and durability to meet the extreme demands of tennis footwork.

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