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  • 11 - Padel Other Racket Sports - PS 190 Junior Shoes - Blue ARTENGO - Other Racket Sports
  • 11 - Padel Other Racket Sports - PS 190 Junior Shoes - Blue ARTENGO - Other Racket Sports
  • 11 - Padel Other Racket Sports - PS 190 Junior Shoes - Blue ARTENGO - Other Racket Sports
  • 11 - Padel Other Racket Sports - PS 190 Junior Shoes - Blue ARTENGO - Other Racket Sports
  • 11 - Padel Other Racket Sports - PS 190 Junior Shoes - Blue ARTENGO - Other Racket Sports
  • 11 - Padel Other Racket Sports - PS 190 Junior Shoes - Blue ARTENGO - Other Racket Sports
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ARTENGO PS 190 Junior Padel Shoes - Blue

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playing padel at beginner level These shoes give young padel players the grip they need for playing on sand-filled artificial turf without slipping.
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PRODUCT BENEFITS

Traction Specially-designed herringbone pattern for grip on artificial turf.
Abrasion resistance Rubber sole and forefoot padding to withstand rubbing.
Easy dressing Rip-tabs & elasticated laces to help your child do their shoes up on their own

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Why should you play padel with specific shoes?

Padel is played on sand-filled artificial grass. This makes the court very slippery. Padel shoes have a sole with a specific shape so that players of all levels have the grip they need. They also provide lateral stability, foot support, and cushioning as they absorb impacts.

So how do you play padel?

Matches are played in teams of two (doubles). Two serves are allowed and must be played underarm, diagonally across the court. One bounce is allowed. The ball must bounce on the floor and can then hit any part of the court. The ball can be hit against a wall after it has bounced (wall only, not the metal fence). The ball can leave the court after bouncing and can be hit back into play from outside the court. The points system is the same as tennis.

Our design team's tips for beginners:

Besides kitting yourself out with the right shoes, it's a good idea to use specific beginner balls when you start learning padel. They are softer and slower so that you can easily learn to control their trajectory.
Taking lessons is also a good way of saving time and making sure you don't just mimic tennis or squash moves.

COMPOSITION / ADVICE

Composition
Upper of
05.00% Rubber - Synthetic, 90.00% Polyurethane (PU), 05.00% Polyester (PES)
Outer sole of
100.00% Rubber - Synthetic
Lining and sock of
100.00% Polyester (PES)

OUR COMMITMENTS

Test Product Our research centre is based in Spain and is a hub for design and engineering expertise. Its role is to identify users' needs and feed them back to our design centre in France. The prototypes are tested on padel courts by users who represent that particular need. Their durability is then tested in the lab at our design centre. These tests mean that we can thoroughly check the quality of our products.
Guarantee : 2 Years

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