4 June 2012



As one of the most popular court trainers out there, the Hi-Tec Classic Squash trainer is an old gem that will be around for many years to come. Squash and other court based games are becoming an increasingly popular sport and are being played by more people now than ever before. This is why it’s important to have the right gear.

Like any product, it’s important that a product does the job it’s designed for and this trainer does not fall short of the mark. With a few tweaks and changes here and there such as the materials and ankle support, the Hi-Tec Classic is still a symbol of class and is still made of the same brilliance that it was made of 50 years ago.

The fundamentals of any shoe are comfort and the Hi-Tec Classic continues to excel in this area. Stepping into these trainers feels natural, comfortable and most importantly, satisfying. Made with the latest materials including an EVA midsole and keeping things incredibly light, this trainer really does look after your feet at a great price, without compromising on quality.

In terms of style they look great and anyone wearing these will look as good as what they feel when wearing them. Like any Hi-Tec product, these will also last you long enough to win the season thanks to being made out of durable and high quality materials. 

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