Here’s a page for Kempa squash shoes. I haven’t seen anybody around my courts playing with these but I’ve seen comments over time from Squash Source readers that they’ve been liking Kempa, so I’m trying to post them more often.
As far as the pros, Greg Marche was wearing Kempa squash shoes several years ago, but only briefly. Kempa are big in the handball market so they would be expected to have good quality indoor court shoes that should be suitable for squash. One of these day’s I’ll try them out for myself.
Greg was wearing wearing those Kempa Attack 2s for the 2015 season, although he subsequently switched to Eye squash shoes.
2019 Kempa Squash Shoes
Kempa has the Attack line and the Wing line. According to this video from weplayhandball (in German), the Attack series is the more stable, padded option. The Wing models are lighter and meant more for speed players.
The top-of-the-line Attack model (the more stable option) is the Attack One Contender.
Price range: 120-150 Euros
The mid-price version of the Attack line.
The least expensive shoe in the Attack range. Only comes in men’s sizes.
This is the women’s version of the Attack Three Contender.
These are the top of the range “Wing” shoes from Kempa. These are supposed to be designed for lightness speed rather than the more stability-oriented Attack models.
Here’s the mid-price Wing shoe, the Wing 2.0:
All the Kempa shoes I’ve posted so far:
- Kempa Attack Contender
- Kempa Attack One Contender
- Kempa Attack Pro Contender
- Kempa Attack Three Contender
- Kempa Attack Two Contender
- Kempa Wing
- Kempa Wing 2.0
- Kempa Wing Lite
- Kempa Wing Lite 2.0
And finally here’s the Kempa Sports website.