Do you want to see a precision armament in a human form? Look no further than tennis pro Serena Williams. It is one thing to place a ball anywhere on the court with accuracy, something most professional player can do. But it is quite uncanny to do so with such raw power, as if aBugatti Veyron stopped just inches from a baby carriage. For this unique mixture of power and precision, designers at Nike Tennis introduce the Nike Air Max Mirabella 3. Like every signature collection, the Nike Air Max Mirabella 3 was made with Williams in mind.
A Max Air cushion unit at the heel absorbs the shocks from lunges while a newly designed mesh upper provides an even greater breathability and weight saving. XDR outsole, one of the most durable compounds to date, will shield the shoe from abrasion and Australia’s infamous intense heat. Despite her globetrotting schedule, Williams still reminisce the casual style she’s most comfortable with and her pairs of Nike Air Force 1. Some of its elements can be seen on the new Mirabella 3.
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Williams’ attention to style continues on to her matching apparel. Taking hints from old Hollywood, particularly those of starlet Marilyn Monroe, Williams new on court dress will fashion a deep V-Cut, with similar silhouette on the back as well. Aside from its visual appeal, the deep v-form gives ample ventilation. All white with a break of blue, Williams’ preferred color, at the bottom flare, the dress is all Nike Dri-FIT mesh construct, again to cool Williams down from the grueling Australian sun.
Though Williams mentioned back in November her withdrawal from the upcoming 2011 Australian Open because of a serious foot injury. She will still fashioned the outfit at subsequent competitions for her come back early next year, set to be sometime in April 2011.