Was £39.99. NIKE Multicourt Mens Tennis Shoes etc @ JJB Sports.Only £19.99. - HotUKDeals
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Only sizes 6 and 12 available.
1/2 price mens Tennis Shoes.
Use the Buy and collect instore option to avoid the delivery charge.


Nike Multicourt 9 Mens Tennis Shoes

Designed for indoor courts, the men's Nike Multicourt 9 racquetball trainer has superb grip and cushioning. With extra mobility and comfort for your feet - you can stay focused on your game.

Nike Swoosh logo at sides
Leather and textile upper for support
Phylon midsole for cushioning and court feel
Padded heel collar
Rubber outsole with pivot point
Flex-grooves for quick directional changes and flexibility

Colour: White / Black / Silver / Red
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#1
use one of the discount codes listed to get this for £17.99 if collecting from store.
#2
The blue ones are only £18 but you need to be size 7!

Luckily I am :)
#3
damn the size guide! looking for euro size 44 in either 9 or 10. they dont do it!!!
#4
got a couple of pairs. Thanks
2 Likes #5
1982john
The blue ones are only £18 but you need to be size 7!

Luckily I am :)

here are the blue ones,the jury is out..lol. update none left.

http://www.jjbsports.com/nike-multicourt-9-tennis-shoes//shop/fcp-product/15811

Edited By: dd011f7630 on Jun 15, 2011 08:12: update
1 Like #6
nice spot, ordered
used code vc1qsk which give 2 pound off, then collect from store, total 17.99:)


Edited By: ukapple on Jun 14, 2011 14:15
2 Likes #7
use quidco tooo(_;)?!?!?
#8
Got two pairs, heated thanks and thanks for the code ukapple.
#9
any good for outdoors?
1 Like #10
Put an extra £25 or so and get Roger's or Rafa's last years shoes, much better.
#11
damn would of made decent running shoes, but just brought some asics.
#12
Certinfy
Put an extra £25 or so and get Roger's or Rafa's last years shoes, much better.


Where?
#13
Roger's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

Rafa's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

They only have their Wimbledon stuff from last year left, also they have Rafa's and Roger's 2011 shoes for around £65 so a saving of about £20 from the RRP of those. Anyway as for the two shoes about both are really good, I have Rafa's (just in another colour) and they're the best tennis shoes I've ever worn.

Edited By: Certinfy on Jun 14, 2011 22:57
#14
Certinfy
Roger's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

Rafa's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

They only have their Wimbledon stuff from last year left, also they have Rafa's and Roger's 2011 shoes for around £65 so a saving of about £20 from the RRP of those. Anyway as for the two shoes about both are really good, I have Rafa's (just in another colour) and they're the best tennis shoes I've ever worn.


i have the rafa 2010's as well (in the grey, green, blue colours from the french open). they run a bit small+narrow, i'd recommend ordering a 1/2 size up.
#15
JuniorAK
Certinfy
Roger's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

Rafa's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

They only have their Wimbledon stuff from last year left, also they have Rafa's and Roger's 2011 shoes for around £65 so a saving of about £20 from the RRP of those. Anyway as for the two shoes about both are really good, I have Rafa's (just in another colour) and they're the best tennis shoes I've ever worn.


i have the rafa 2010's as well (in the grey, green, blue colours from the french open). they run a bit small+narrow, i'd recommend ordering a 1/2 size up.

Yeah that's the only problem, but if you have narrow feet (like me) there isn't anything better. Also Rafa's come with a 6 month warranty, don't think Roger's do.
#16
Just ordered a pair. Thanks to dd011f7630 for the deal and ukapple for the code! :)
#17
Thanks
Went for the Adidas one. Works out 15.29
#18
Even the adidas one is also on sale and available on most of the sizes...
http://www.jjbsports.com/adidas-court-rock-mens-indoor-sports-shoes//shop/fcp-product/21301?colour=white
#19
I've looked at these before - clearly the soles are for indoor play. Shell out an extra £14 and get a pair of 2.1 (or 2.3?) Nike Court Ballistic - great tennis shoes and have lasted me longer than any pair i can remember (8 months now and I play 3 times a week).

Edited By: AlyFii on Jun 14, 2011 23:55
#20
rubbish

Certinfy
Put an extra £25 or so and get Roger's or Rafa's last years shoes, much better.
#21
if they are knackered after 6 months you can takke them back

Certinfy
JuniorAK
Certinfy
Roger's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

Rafa's Wimbledon 2010 Shoes: Here

They only have their Wimbledon stuff from last year left, also they have Rafa's and Roger's 2011 shoes for around £65 so a saving of about £20 from the RRP of those. Anyway as for the two shoes about both are really good, I have Rafa's (just in another colour) and they're the best tennis shoes I've ever worn.

i have the rafa 2010's as well (in the grey, green, blue colours from the french open). they run a bit small+narrow, i'd recommend ordering a 1/2 size up.
Yeah that's the only problem, but if you have narrow feet (like me) there isn't anything better. Also Rafa's come with a 6 month warranty, don't think Roger's do.
#22
Are they likely to be this price in store? Or do I have to reserve to get this price?
Also, if I buy online, can I return to a store, if they don't fit properly? I have wide feet and have problems finding a pair of trainers that are comfortable!

Edited By: synet on Jun 15, 2011 00:19
#23
thankshotdeals
rubbish

Certinfy
Put an extra £25 or so and get Roger's or Rafa's last years shoes, much better.
Have you actually tried the Nike Court Ballistic 2.3s? Tennis Warehouse did a great review on them and summed up pretty much why they are better than the other tennis shoes. Even 2 people in this thread other than me have got the 2.3s or 2.1s and agree with me on this.

Edited By: Certinfy on Jun 15, 2011 00:18
#24
Certinfy
Put an extra £25 or so and get Roger's or Rafa's last years shoes, much better.


I agree. I play tennis often, and when I first bought some cheap tennis trainers they were awful - gave me blisters and no comfort or support whatsoever.

I now use Andy Murray's (and other players) Adidas Barricade V, which is well worth the money if you play regularly.

The Sport Direct deal on Rafa + Rogers trainers are hot. I tried the Ballistics, and find they run 1/2 size larger than my Barricades (weird I know). This is true with my new Barricade 6 I bought this year (9 is a perfect fit from both Barricades).



Edited By: element54 on Jun 15, 2011 01:29: -
#25
Top stuff, ordered with Quidco and code, thanks!
#26
Nice, would these be equally at home in crown court as on a tennis court??? if so i'am in ;)
#27
thx vm
#28
Thanks, should be ok for Squash I think
#29
check here for some good squash shoe prices as well http://www.isquashstore.com/SpecialOffers/Squash-Shoes.aspx
#30
L_Tee, hope so, as I ordered them for Squash!
#31
Has anyone got theirs yet? Ordered two pairs on the 14th June for delivery to store. Nothing as of yet.

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