When you are reaching for a tough drop shot or need to do a perfect serve you don’t want to be concerned about your shoes, or think about how much pain your toes are in. You want your mind focused on the next point the next volley or the next set.
The Asics Men’s gel resolution 6 tennis shoe has a rubber sole and is termed to be a stability tennis shoe with great comfort and support. It comes with Flexion Fit construction and P guard. It has an AHAR+ (high abrasion rubber) outsole for added durability.
It has the signature GEL and Solyte midsole that will absorb the shock when you go for that difficult drop shot. This shoe is also available in a wide range of colors to suit every player’s taste.
But does the Asics Gel resolution do what it promises?
In this review we will take a quick look at what the positives of this shoe is, but we will also take a look at its negatives and give you an overview of this shoe. You should be able to make a well informed choice about the next pair of tennis shoes you buy so you can focus on perfecting your backhand rather than dealing with a nagging pain in your feet.
- It has a rubber sole
- It is a stability tennis shoe that features extended flexion fit construction and P guard
- It comes with a signature GEL and Solyte midsole for shock absorption
- It has an extra durable AHAR+ outsole
- The shoe is available in a choice of 11 different color styles
- It is a very comfortable shoe
- It has good arch support
- The shoes have good shock absorption
- The sole has good traction
- It has good lateral support
- The shoes are narrow in the toe box area
- The sizes run large
- The heel area is loose
- The shoes are a little heavy
The Asics Gel Resolution 6 Men’s tennis shoes have good shock absorption, enough to keep damaged knees from more pain. They offer a good amount of support even for aggressive players.
The sole provides good traction and it offer good arch support. It also supports your foot during lateral movements and is one of the most comfortable tennis shoes available.
The sizes do run a bit large and the toe box is too narrow, especially if you have relatively wide feet. The heel area is loose and does not always provide the same level of support as the front foot.
These are heavier shoes but they are also sturdy and stable. The removable insoles are not exactly the same standard as the rest of the shoe and you may need to replace it with your own additions.
This Asics Gel resolution 6 compares well with its competitors. It is durable and comfortable and it does not have seams or raised areas on the inside that can cause blisters as with other shoes.
It is smooth and cushioned. It is a heavier shoe and compares to other midrange shoes in terms of weight and stability.
It is not incredibly lightweight but it also not clunky and wont drag you down stick you to the court. The sole provides good traction and will not let you slip on hard courts or on clay.
It is a very durable shoe and won’t tear at the seams. It is relatively well ventilated for a stable shoe, it is not as breezy as shoes with a generous mesh upper. Its biggest problem is with sizing has the sizes run large but the toe box is also narrow.
It provides very good arch support compared to other shoes in its range and is available in a very large variety of colors to suit any taste or tennis ensemble. It does not have the same low profile as some speed model shoes but are aimed at stability.
The shock absorption and comfort of the Asics gel resolution 6 tennis shoe are its most important points. It has few more but the main points mean that the shoes are kind to your knees and can also take the impacts of a very aggressive game.
These shoes are sturdy and durable but also incredibly heavy. They provide good traction for all those quick moves on the court.
These shoes will work well as part of your competition kit and will serve you for a season or more. Whether you are a novice or a veteran, good stable, comfortable shoes such as the Asics Gel resolution 6 will help you improve your game.
The choice of colours give you the opportunity to show some style on the court even while you chase another victory.