Pickleball, Tennis, and Padel



Shop supportive fitness shoes and sweat wicking apparel designed for pickleball, tennis and more. With these sport-ready styles, you’ll be the ace of the court.


Pickleball Shoes & Tennis Shoes

Step out of the gym and onto the court with Reebok pickleball shoes and tennis shoes. Specially designed for sports played on the court, they feature high-traction rubber outsoles, durable uppers and stability technology. Reebok court shoes start with the lightweight and durable Flexweave® woven textile upper which provides resilient stretch with zoned stability yarns for targeted support. Then, find Floatride Court foam cushioning the heel and midfoot of these tennis shoes for a lightweight and responsive feeling when you’re dashing around the court. Dense, yet responsive, you’ll feel the rebound when sprinting and jumping. Finally, a non-marking herringbone MegaGrip thick rubber outsole finishes off these pickleball shoes to provide best-in-class multidirectional traction to keep you firmly planted on the court.

Do I need special shoes for pickleball?

To have the best pickleball experience, it’s recommended you get a pair of lightweight high traction pickleball shoes. While you can play in running or training shoes, court shoes will have the design features you need most. When it comes to running shoes, you want bouncy cushioning that supports you from heel strike to toe off. For pickleball, you need to feel more firmly planted on the ground, so denser, responsive foam cushioning is better. You also need more lateral and medial foot support due to the side-to-side nature of pickleball movements. Reebok’s pickleball shoes have stability design features to keep your foot planted in the center of the shoe. When it comes to training, you need a lot of support in your heel to help with stability and secure footing when lifting. When playing pickleball, you need to be on your toes, so a more dramatic drop will help keep you where you need to be. Also, typical running and training shoes won’t have the non-marking outsoles, high-traction rubber, toe protection and general durability court shoes offer, even if they’re lightweight and supportive. Keep in mind, whatever shoes you choose don’t have to be the best pickleball shoes on the market to have the design features you need to best support you as you play.