Center court? Match point? No problem! Slip ASICS Men’s GEL-Resolution 4 tennis shoe on your foot, and serve with confidence. Flexion fit upper offers form fitting comfort, while the Trusstic System and the Impact Guidance and Heel Clutching System promote stability on court for even the most aggressive players. Durable outsole is crafted of High Abrasion Resistant Rubber, and the modified herringbone pattern is an excellent choice for all types of surfaces.
The Asics Gel Resolution 4 updates the top of the Asics tennis shoe line and continues an excellent combination of Asics hallmark running shoe technology with the lateral support and durability needed for tennis. Features gait-enhancing I.G.S., GEL Cushioning System, and a new Flexion Fit Upper. Extended trusstic for added torsional rigidity and enhanced medial stability. Great new cosmetic!
good design and color and nice price.
but fits small 1size.
If you want 8.5M size, you should choice 9M
I like this design. It’s very comfortable.
And price is very low
So good , i’m very happy to wear it.
I read all the reviews and after debating whether or not to go a half size down I decided to go with my normal size. Eastbay says these are true to size and I agree. If I went a half size down it would have been too small. I think these are great tennis shoes. Stability,support and very comfy. Would consider buying another pair.
Although last year’s ‘model’, this shoe remains a favorite of mine! And priced about 30% less than last year! How can you beat that!
I use these shoes for racquetball (club play & tournament play). I have a wide foot and these shoes fit comfortably. I switched over from New Balance shoes due to the fact that the NB shoes didn’t have enough padding in them. These shoes are well cushioned and allow me to play racquetball for hours at a time despite having heel spurs and plantar fasciitis. They are a bit heavier than my previous pair of shoes and I am having to adjust my footwork because of this. They have good traction on the racquetball court.
The only downside I am waiting to see is if the sole separates from the shoe. When I got the shoes I was a bit disappointed to see glue around where the rubber sole meets the fabric. I have only had these shoes a month but am hoping that they are durable.
I have used Gel resolution 3 which I liked, but the Resolution 4 is better; feels lighter and supportive, and fits better. For fit, I had to tried both 7.5 and 7, since I wear gel resolution 3 in 7.5. I settled with size 7, which is snugger and feels supportive. I realized that Resolution 3 size 7.5 might be too big. This shoes will be great for hard court! Highly recommended!
For years, I wore the Wilson Pro Staff 1000, and in fact stocked up on them when they were discontinued. It took me a while to find another pair that I liked. I finally found them with the Asics Men’s Gel-Resolution 4. Very comfortable right out of the box. Not too bulky like some of the newer shoes. My feet are on the narrow side, and I would say so are these sneakers, so probably not great if you have very wide feet. So far holding up well. A few reviewers said toe box a bit tight. I see no issue there. Overall very good tennis sneaker.
I’ve owned 3 pairs of Adidas Barricade shoes (Gen 4,5 & 6). I decided to give these shoes a try after a stellar review off [...]. So far I’m very happy with my purchase. The shoes are very comfortable, provide good support & feel noticeably lighter than the Barricades. I really liked the durability of the Barricades so hopefully the Asics will be as durable.
Feels low to the ground, fairly light weight and stable. Haven’t had a chance to play in them yet but expect little to no break in time.
I usually wear 10.5 Asics Nimbus running shoes and found that the Gel Resolution in the same size was a little too big in the toe box. Went with a size 10 and they fit perfectly. Played about 4 hours of tennis the first time I put on the shoes and other than a couple hot spots on the balls of my feet they were comfortable and didn’t cause any blisters. A friend recommended Adidas, but the Asic Gel Resoltuion has a more breathable material on the “upper” so they were far more comfortable.
This is my 1st time buying a pair of tennis shoes and it was a difficult decision due to there are lots of sales from Nike and Adidas and other brands, not so much for Asics. Maybe they don’t make as many shoes and perhaps they run out fast too. Asics (Japanese brand) shoes are popular and well-known and more they’re getting more attention from tennis players, not to mention runners.
The GEL-Resolution 4 may run half size large for some people but check them out at the store to make sure. Very narrow so if you have small feet, you may feel uncomfortable at 1st. These also take a quite a long time to break in but once you get used to them, they’re perfect. The outsole (bottom rubber) seems to last longer than my friend’s Nikes.
Not to mention these Asics are made in VIETNAM.
I rarely buy red stuff, but I love this red tennis sneaker, in addition to my green sneaker, same brand and model. It fits nicely, is comfortable and looks very nice.
I finally learned wearing tennis sneakers for all my indoor gym workouts. My left foot is 1/2 undersized, and almost all running shoes do not have good fits on arch support for both feet. Tennis sneakers are perfect for my feet, excellent fit, little to no arch support. Works for me.
This shoe is super comfortable, lasts forever, and looks good, especially the new red and black color way. But I go back to the Gel Resolution 3 because that shoe felt more comfortable for cushioning and was a better fit for me in the toe box. Waiting for the Gel Resolution 5? You bet, because these shoes feel great and last forever.
I’ve worn the Asics Gel Resolution for four years, three pairs each year, and loved them. This new shoe is just different enough to no longer suit me. I had heel pain after my first match, stopped wearing them after a third match. I’m disappointed and wish I could still find the Gel 3 in my size, but there are no more. I switched to a Wilson shoe which is better, but neither are as good as the previous Gel 3.
These shoes look really cool and I like the way that they feel. The only problem is that I think that they are a little narrow. So, if you have wide feet, I would recommend trying on a pair of ASICS before buying any online.
Fits perfectly, lightweight and beautifull. Perfect tennis shoes to move all around the court. Doenst hurt nails or finger. I wonder why all the pros are not using one of these
This product is the best choice that I have done. Excellente tennis shoes, strong, comfortables but a bit heavy. I strongly recommend this shoes.
Just a quick note: contrary to the advice seen on many descriptions of this iteration of Asics tennis shoes, these run at most 1/4 size larger than the Gel Resolution 3. I’ve been wearing size 10-1/2 in Asics for years, bought the size 10 in this shoe because of the aforementioned advice and they were too small; got the 10-1/2 and they fit fine. As with any athletic shoe, what fits your individual feet is what matters, and Asics are right for me.
Ordered these shoes…having been very satisfied with the Gel-2′s I have, which fit nicely, but these new shoes were very tight across the top of the toe box…so much so that I couldn’t wear them…tried loosening the strings…but to no avail…so back they went. I ordered a pair of Prince T22′s. I’ll review them when they arrive in a couple of days. I gave the Asics Resolution 4 a four, because they are nice shoes…just a little strange in the fit department. They even tell you to order a half size smaller due to size variances…which I did…and lengthwise…they were as advertised.
BTW…my foot is a D width…and has always fit other D width shoes in the past without noticeable issues.
Okay…I received the Prince T22′s. All I can say is that I’m happy the Asics didn’t fit…the T22′s are very nice…fit well, and are made from quality materials…not to mention that the fact that they are very comfortable…so much so, that I just ordered a second pair.
I’m looking forward to a lot of comfortable court time in them.