Cushioned shoes, or neutral cushioning shoes, are shoes designed for runners with normal to high arches who tend to underpronate. Cushioning shoes generally have a padded midsole with layers of extra cushioning in the heel and forefoot that provide better energy return to the body when compressed while helping absorb heel shock and encouraging a more natural foot motion.
About Tennis Shoes:
Sneakers with thick, hard soles that are designed to accommodate the hard surface of a tennis court. They differ from running shoes in that they are are flat on the bottom with a shallow tread that grips the court, yet allows sideways movement.