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Prince T10 tennis shoe
Full story: Shoe startup aims high with Xterra line
Tennis apparel company Prince hired Brown and Gray to design a new line of tennis shoes. The design of this Prince T10 shoe is loosely based on the architecture of one of the company's tennis rackets.
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