Brand: Nike

Model: Air Zoom Vapor X

Key Features: Open engineered mesh, Dynamic Fit system, updated traction pattern

Release Date: December 23, 2017

Price: TBA

Buy: and at select retailers

Editor’s Notes: Nike this week officially introduces the all-new Air Zoom Vapor X tennis sneaker. The shoe is highlighted by its open engineered mesh construction, Dynamic Fit system and revamped traction pattern.

“The Vapor 9 was a great shoe from the beginning," brand athlete Roger Federer says of the NikeCourt line. "Tinker Hatfield did a great job of understanding exactly what I was looking for: a combination of a tennis shoe and a jogging shoe. The Vapor X is lighter than the 9 and 9.5. It is an evolution, the next generation.”

You can look forward to Federer and fellow tennis pro Madison Keys, among others, donning the Air Zoom Vapor X going forward. To gain insight on the sneaker from each player, follow to Nike.

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