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Which are the best squash shoes? 2019

Which are the best squash shoes? 2019

A good squash shoe should:

  • offer cushioning, stability and support to reduce the risk of injury
  • have a good quality outsole which provides excellent grip
  • be designed specifically for squash and therefore allow lateral movements/forward propulsion and help you to move quickly around the court
  • have a breathable upper to keep your feet as cool as possible
  • be non-marking

Some squash shoes also have removable insoles which can be replaced with medical orthotics or specialist insoles (eg Sorbothanes) for even greater shock absorption. 

 

PDH's top picks from the current 2018 / 2019 squash shoe ranges:

Best squash shoes for cushioning and support

 

Best squash shoes for durability


Best squash shoes for wider feet


Best squash shoes for narrow feet

Best squash shoes for the style-conscious squash player

 

As Used on Tour 


Best squash shoes under £40

 

Best junior squash shoes

 

Top 5 squash shoes overall

1. SALMING Hawk - low profile shoe with excellent support and Hexagrip for quick movement

2. ASICS Fastball 3 - Rear and forefoot Gel cushioning to withstand fast and agressive play, and used by Pro players

3. ASICS Gel-Rocket 8 – bestselling mid-priced court shoe with gel cushioning, available in a range of great colourways to suit everyone

4. ASICS Blast FF - FlyteFoam technology makes a lightweight and comfortable shoe, that is ultra durable

5. ADIDAS Stabil X – Boost technology is Adidas' most responsive cushioning, and the sockliner makes for a secure and comfortable fit


Which squash shoes do you wear and why? We'd love to get your comments.

 

PDHSports has a huge selection of squash shoes in store and something to suit everyone from the occasional recreational player to the latest must-have squash shoes worn by the pros.

More squash shoe reviews coming soon to our youtube channel. Also we'll be blogging about which squash shoes are worn by the pros and why.

21 December 2018

Comments

  • Alan C 18 December 2018
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    It would be much appreciated if you would update this page, please.

  • George G 15 January 2018
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    Could you please update this page? Is it possible to add the weight of the shoes, preferably (also) in grams?

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