Yonex Power Power Cushion Eclipsion B075LQ4RS4 2 2 Mens Tennis Shoe Orange/Black 812bfc4




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Take your talents to the courts like Stan Wawrinka in the new Yonex Men`s Power Cushion Eclipsion 2 New York Tennis Shoes in Orange and Black!
These bright sneakers enhance your fast footwork with the ultimate in stability and support, plus offer a rugged outsole for durability. The new re-designed fit allows for more room in the toe box as well as providing more midfoot and heel stability to keep everything locked in place. Your feet will last in these sneakers with the NEW Power Cushion+ and the NEW AgilityBolt that you can see take shape at the back of the midsole onto the upper. Read more about Yonex`s 2018 sports releases in
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