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KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 Bk/Gy/Or Men 7.0
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  • US Men's Shoe Size: 7.0
KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 Bk/Gy/Or Men 7.5
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  • US Men's Shoe Size: 7.5
KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 Bk/Gy/Or Men 8.0
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  • US Men's Shoe Size: 8.0
KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 Bk/Gy/Or Men 11.5
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  • US Men's Shoe Size: 11.5
KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 Bk/Gy/Or Men 14.0
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  • US Men's Shoe Size: 14.0

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Comfortable and wider fit.

Evolving to emulate the quickness of a running shoe, the Hypercourt Express 2 is now lighter and faster while still offering all-around comfort! The upper has been constructed to be even more flexible and remains supportive -- making it a great shoe to push your footwork to its limits. This will be a seamless transition from the previous version as they will feel plush on your feet while still allowing you to feel connected to the court. The outsole blends traction and durability and offers solid performance on any court surface.

  • Upper: Seamless synthetic materials and mesh for comfort and breathability combine with DuraWrap Flex to provide a more flexible shoe. Added protection in the toe for extra durability. An Ortholite liner for added cushioning.
  • Midsole: Surgelite material provides added comfort, shock absorption, and cuts down on weight for a very speedy feel. Midfoot shank for added stability and unwanted twisting.
  • Outsole: Non-marking Aosta 7.0 rubber outsole in a modified herringbone tread pattern provides excellent traction and good durability on any court surface.
  • Color: Black / Orange

Fit Details

Length: True
Width: Slightly Wide
Arch: Slightly Low
Break-in: None
Weight: 13.0 ounces (size 10.5)
Stock #: 06613-042-M

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Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
50 Customer Reviews
3 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
DisappointedI am a fan of the classic Ultrascendor - a perfect fit for my 9.5 size feet. Purchased these on the review advice above but am disappointed at the wide heel which is difficult to cinch up properly. The shoe itself is a good shoe but not for me. I wish K-swiss would continue the shoe last of successful lines. Been playing tennis for 63 years and am 81 years old. I have one pair of Ultracendors of which I reserve for tournaments. Have played JUCO ball and senior tennis to the level of state semi-finals and am now playing only UTR locals tournaments.
4 out of 5 Stars
Decent ShoeDecent sneakers but no ankle support which can be an issue. Tongue of shoe keeps moving when I play on both shoes which is annoying. Inserted sole is fairly cheap (like most sneakers) and suggest replacing with a better one with more arch support.
1 out of 5 Stars
Too low in the heelToo low in the heel, can't keep it on. Have run out of it several times. Going back to the prior model, Hypercourt Express (no number) which is now unfortunately available only in white/gray.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Good, supportive shoeI wear a size 14. It was my first time ordering actual tennis shoes. I went from leg and foot pain days after playing to nothing by morning. Right pinky toe rubbed a bit at first. But it fits better after the 3rd wear.
3 out of 5 Stars
MehIn my opinion, the quality and comfort of these shoes has gone downhill over the past couple of years. I owned and enjoyed several pairs of the original Hypercourt Express. They're just not the same anymore. I just purchased these though it's likely my last attempt.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Roomy Toe BoxI've been wearing New Balance 1006 in size 10 (4E) for years due to a bunion on one foot. For a change, I tried ASICS Gel Resolution 10/10.5 (2E) but it wasn't wide enough at the enlarged knuckle. Then on a whim, I tried the Hypercourt Express 2 in 10/10.5 (2E) and though not as roomy as the 1006, the fit was great! I think the softer uppers in the toe box (compared to the Gel Resolution) really helped too. The rest of my foot isn't wide but the runner's loop eyelet locked my heel down nicely. And there's some kind of fabric in the heel that helps prevent heel lift. Fairly plush ride but not too squishy. This is my new court shoe moving forward! Thanks to TW's return policy so I could dial in the fit/selection!!!
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Love the fit & performance, not the qualityI have had Babolat, Nike, and even the acclaimed Asics - The K-Swiss Hypercourt Express hold my feet perfectly and I feel the support around my ankle unlike the others. My only complaints are the outsole durability is poor, wearing out quicker than the others on clay. And, the stitching is very poor quality, The toe box stitches give out.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
KSwiss Hypercourt ExpressI really enjoy using KSwiss shoes primarily because of their lightweight feel. They are very soft shoes, and yet they are sturdy enough to take the pounding on the hardcourts. I have used them for almost 30 years, through tournaments and USTA Leagues. I hope to continue using them for another 30 years!
3 out of 5 Stars
It's OK.Comparing to an Asics Gel Resolution 8 of the same size, this one is a bit loose fit for me, which is fine. However, the shoe collars are a bit too high to me. It is uncomfortable.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Super comfortable shoe - good for wider feetOrdered these because they were on sale and needed some new shoes. I've been a die hard ASICS wearer forever but for $78 I figured I'd try them. They are a great looking shoe and are super comfortable right out of the box. I particularly liked that the inner lining at the heel has like a shark skin type of feel, smooth as foot goes in, but is designed for some “bite” on the way out. This design keeps your heel from lifting at all. Only 2 things will keep me from giving these shoes 5 stars. 1) Forefoot runs a bit wide. It's not outrageous, but there is a bit more room there than I would like. Those with wider feet will love them. 2) They run HOT. They don't seem to have great ventilation. I usually don't sweat profusely from my feet, but even playing indoors in NE cold, my feet were sweating. I cannot imagine what these would be like in the summer! Overall, great construction, comfortable out of the box, but a bit wide and hot.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Nice ShoesI really struggle finding tennis shoes that feel 'relatively' comfortable while playing. These are about a close as I've found. A bit wider in the forefoot while still feeling stable.
5 out of 5 Stars
Comfort & stabilityTried a few brands and I must say, this pair gives the comfort & stability that I need.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
comfortableWide enough to be comfortable with my bunions.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Very ComfortableI have been using the Nike Cage 3 shoes for many years and switched to the KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 a month ago. I find this shoe very comfortable, good cushioning and lightweight for quick starts and sprints to the net. Much prefer this shoe to some of heavier shoes like the Nike Cage 4 or Asics Gel Resolution 8. This KSwiss shoe will be my go to shoe for some years to come.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Good shoe and good valueThis shoe is sturdy and needed no break-in time. Very comfortable after figuring out how to loosen the strings to accommodate my high instep.
5 out of 5 Stars
solid performanceI have wide feet. KSwiss fits like a glove. These were no exception. The same consistent fit and performance. I never have to think about them when I am on the court. And, I am not sure about why, I guess style changes and color.
5 out of 5 Stars
love them!Great shoes!
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
comfy and lightThe shoe is very comfortable, just a little too light for me.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
excellent! Very comfortable! Excellent shoes!
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Awesome shoesRecently got back into tennis after a very long layoff and needed proper shoes. I have slightly wide feet and it's hard to find shoes that are "just right" for me. These fit the bill. Super comfortable. No break-in, no blisters. All the support I needed. So far looking quite durable, too.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
ComfyIf you are are tired of squeezing into tennis shoes, you will probably really like these shoes. Very supportive. Corrugated laces work well. Room enough for all five toes. Faster than Prince T22s, slower than Asics Gel Resolution. Good ventilation. Fits a little deeper than most others but not too much. They fit true to size.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
great!They feel very comfortable!
3 out of 5 Stars
Not Quite as Good as They Used to BeThis is my 4th pair of these light, very comfortable, and acceptably-durable court shoes. This pair, however, is a tiny bit shorter than its predecessors. Men's 11 would be too big. If there were a men's 10.5, I'd have exchanged them.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2Great durable tennis shoe with a slightly wider toe box. It has very good longevity and requires very little break-in. Don't think you could go wrong with shoe. TW had a great price on this shoe.
4 out of 5 Stars
Shoes that players wearThis is my second purchase for these KSwiss Shoes. It was hard to break them in at first but after the break in, they have been the best feeling shoes and comfortable on the tennis court. It is shoe that more players should try. I found a new brand to replace my adidas Barricades.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
A well constructed Tennis Playing shoe!I have always been a Prince T-22 off and on customer, but they wear fast and were always tight (couldn't wait to get them off). I went with this Swiss Hypercourt Express 2. 1. Priced right! 2. Design basic black with some low key red markings. WHAT I FOUND: 1. The shoe fit! Yeah, I wiggled the right foot in but a feeling of "the shoe fit". 2.Comfort from start- I'm not saying house slipper comfort- I'm saying once they're on I don't have any more thoughts of them. Tennis Time. 3. You will notice the grip of the court (I'm quick, fast and get to "no way" balls) these shoes are performing, and sure footed. I rate 4 Stars- leaving the 5th Star for that actual House Slipper comfort. Come on Swiss you're almost there. The best shoe at a great price! Gary Cotter/ Northern Arkansas Twin Lakes Tennis Club 3.5 player
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Best Shoes for TennisI have been playing tennis for 15 years. These are the best shoes that fit me.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
TENNIS MOMEver since my son has started wearing KSwiss, his feet finally stopped hurting as well as his back. He is young. He really loves the shoes, in particular these. I only wish they could be resoled, but this is not enough of an issue to give the shoes anything but a 5. Tennis Warehouse Customer Service were extremely helpful!
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Great shoes, great tennis supply storeGreat fit at a great price, I have worn these and the previous version for several years. The newer version seems to have a slightly narrower toe box than the earlier version. I wear these playing tennis and pickleball 5 to 6 times per week.
1 out of 5 Stars
Not even close to UltrascendorI've been playing tennis for over 20 years. I bought these shoes, since the Ultrascendor has all but disappeared from all stores. The Hypercourts are strictly for baseliners, who will never move more than 2-3 steps in any direction. These shoes are not for sprinters who go after lobs or drop shots or go for running forehands down the line. These shoes are flat as a board and offer zero arch support. I've intermixed using these for a match, then my old Ultrascendors for the next match, and I ALWAYS get horrible foot and arch cramps after using these Hypercourts. Sorry K-swiss. I've loved ya for 15 years, but these Hypercourts just don't do it.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Good fitComfortable, good fit, no break it time needed, light weight.
2 out of 5 Stars
It's not the original Hypercourt ExpressThe original Hypercourt Express fit my feet really well with its nice wide toe box. This one is sized like the new Hypercourt Express 2, even though they're calling it the Hypercourt Express. I had to return them, as I couldn't even get them on my feet they were so tight. (I wear Hypercourt Express 2 in 2E, whereas my original Hypercourt Express wasn't labeled as wide.) Huge disappointment. Go on K-Swiss's website--which I wish I'd done first--and you'll see tons of reviews from people like me who got tricked into thinking that K-Swiss finally brought back the original version. Imagine how high the return rate must be for online orders! Not a smart decision on K-Swiss's part.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Nice pickleball shoes!Second pair I have purchased, stability is good, I did purchase superfeet inserts for them.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Great shoes--still going strongI've worn these for many years and hope they keep on making them. They fit me perfectly with wider than average feet and high insteps.
3 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Not for narrower feetA well constructed shoe and high quality but wide toe box for its size. Not enough forefoot support.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Good shoesThese shoes are super comfortable.
3 out of 5 Stars
Hypercourt 2 Tennis ShoePurchased this pair of shoes in extra wide, however they are still too narrow for my feet. Oddly enough narrower than the original Hypercourt shoe which fit perfectly, especially in the toe box. Had to return these.
2 out of 5 Stars
Heel Slippage and Low QualityMy heels slipped. I even tried downsizing a half size. Still same problem. Also, one shoe had the injection mold nubs still protruding along the lower outside area. And there was sloppy excess adhesive on one shoe that should've been wiped off. Shouldn't have got past any competent quality checks. Not impressed for how expensive these shoes are. The cushioning was pretty nice. Ended up returning because I didn't want to get blisters on my heels.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Super cushI have narrow feet and these shoes fit like a glove. Absolutely love them!
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
If the shoe fits?I bought these shoes in my normal size, 9. Overall the shoes fit very comfortably and I loved the materials and feeling of support. However, too tight in the front of my foot. So I exchanged for a 9.5. All good in front but slipped in the back. So I returned them. Ended up buying the Hypercourt Supreme that was only slightly less snug but the bonus was that it has a cushion (little puff pillows) in the back just above your ankle and they fit perfect. No slippage and enough room in front on both feet. Haven't played tennis yet since I bought them though. I am 5'9 150lbs.
3 out of 5 Stars
Not a secure fitI'm normally a 4E but have had good luck stretching 2E shoes like the Yonex Sonicage 2. Tried it with these and the width was fine but even tying the laces pretty tight my heel would ever so slightly lift up and therefore slam down during play. Tried different lacing etc but no luck. So a wide enough fit but maybe a hair 'tall'?
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Hyper Court 2 ExpressI have worn K Swiss for many years because they have always given strong lateral movement support. I have a wide foot. I just bought a pair of the Hyper Court Express 2. These shoes fit well and seem to be slightly shorter beyond the toe. This allows for great forward movement and backing up for overheads due to the shorter length. Just bought a second pair today for when this pair is worn out.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Best ever Wide tennis shoesLove these! Supportive and snug to my feet without pinching in the forestep. Of course everyone's feet are unique, but with free returns it's worth the try. Easy decision.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Court Shoes for HandballMy pair of shoes were a perfect fit, and felt broken in from the first step. The cushioning and padding made the shoe perfectly comfortable. The shoes held great traction on the courts and responded well to my movement.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
My Go-To ShoeI have been wearing these shoes for the past four years or more. Love them. Supportive, comfortable, and no break in.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Best fit for small wide footMy foot is too tight for narrow and too wide for 4E of several shoe. When I got the KSwiss Hypercourt Express 2 (2E), it was very comfortable and the best fit for my feet while I play on hard court. I am going to keep buying this shoe from now on.
5 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Perfect ShoesThese shoes are hands down the greatest tennis shoe I have ever worn. I have worn Nike and adidas for about 6 years and the switch to K-Swiss was a blessing.
4 out of 5 Stars
Would Recommend
Comfy and SupportiveI decided to give KSwiss as spin after Nike continues to get rid of their good shoes and seems to make their shoes narrower and narrower. Heard KSwiss was roomier. I bought a Hypercourt Express and a Hypercourt Supreme. Both good shoes. I'd say the Express has more width and the arch is stiff -- almost feels like it has a built in insert. The Supreme feels a little snugger but still better width than any Nike. I prefer the Supreme for the optimal width and fit it gave me, and maybe they feel a little speedier on the court. Both are great shoes.
4 out of 5 Stars
Too narrow for my feetThese shoes have tons of cushion as do most K-Swiss shoes do. But they were too narrow for my feet. I went with the K-Swiss Ultrashot 3 instead which were a better fit even though the Ultrashot 3 isn't great with breathability.
2 out of 5 Stars
Great Intentions, Poor DesignOnce again, Nike snubs it's wider-footed customers so we turn to New Balance and K-Swiss to be our plug for the next two years. I really wanted to like these shoes, but overall I'm just not impressed. There is zero midsole cushioning in the forefoot, so K-Swiss compensated for this by adding a super thick and cushy insert. My experience is that there is too much compression underneath the ball of my foot I cannot feel the ground with my toes as I work my way around the court. What's more is that the uppers aren't designed to support that high of a footbed so I never felt confident moving laterally. Buy this shoe only if you never lift your heels or move side to side.

Previous Feedback  

Comments: They say roomy toe box; very misleading and false. Also the same with the KSwiss Express Light's tight toe box. They need to change what they're saying about roomy forefoot.
From: Anonymous, 9/14/21

Comments: Thank you Tennis Warehouse for two day free shipping. Awesome. I am six foot, and do not play tennis. Based on TW review, I decided to try these shoes. As mentioned, they were slightly wider and very comfortable. TW's review was right on. Right out of the box, these shoes fit me perfectly and has all the comfort for my every day wear. I do have different weighted socks, as you never know how shoes are going to fit for my size 13 shoes. I might buy the other black shoes with more white exposure on the outer sole. Again, I really like the comfort of these shoes and are somewhat stylish, at a nice price.
From: Teetertotter, 4/22/21

Comments: KSwiss should design shoes with the back of the Hypercourt Supreme shoes on the Hypercourt Express shoes, that would be great.
From: Andre, 3/10/21

Comments: I love how these shoes fit and look. But I rolled my left ankle and have a knee injury. These shoes ride high and don't feel right.
From: Bill, 2/5/21

Comments: Comfortable shoes, light. However these run a half size large.
From: Eric, 8/6/20

Comments: Liked the shoe except for one thing that really made a difference. It had terrible ankle support, I rolled my ankle twice so far. Other than that, it is a great shoe.
From: Anonymous, 4/21/20

Comments: These shoes a little stiffer than the original Hypercourts and fit a little differently, but still are a great shoe for those of us who need a wider fit!
From: Andrew, 1/21/20

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