One does not simply perform at their best in any old tennis shoe. This is why K-Swiss has launched an even more premium Hypercourt: The Hypercourt Supreme. This model builds on the success of past Hypercourts to bring competitive tennis players a fast, comfortable, and durable shoe. It introduces a few key features that separate it from the new Hypercourt Express 2, and runs slightly slimmer for more dynamic, aggressive play. Let’s take a closer look:
K-Swiss Hypercourt Supreme Tennis Shoes
To help elevate your game, the Hypercourt Supreme introduces a soft, inner-bootie construction that forms to the shape of your foot for an adaptive fit during dynamic movements. It offers a nice level of security, and is part of the reason why this high-performance model runs slightly slimmer than the Hypercourt Express 2.
The remainder of the upper is similar to that of the Hypercourt Express 2. We see the implementation of K-Swiss’ new DuraWrap Flex, which adds a level of protection and support. It wraps over lightweight, breathable mesh. For greater durability, upgraded DragGuard 7.0 can be found in the toe region. Other benefits include Stay-Tied Laces, a Seamfree construction, and Heel Grip lining, all of which help increase your efficiency on the court, and reduce distractions.
In the Hypercourt Supreme, K-Swiss has introduced a new midsole technology called Surge+ 7.0. This material is designed to be more responsive and comfortable than other midsole materials, offering premium performance for aggressive movers.
K-Swiss incorporated their non-marking, Aösta 7.0 high-density rubber into the outsole for excellent traction and durability. This robust material is complemented by the 180 PSC (Plantar Support Chassis), which enhances midfoot stability and torsional control.
Fit and Sizing
As mentioned above, the Hypercourt Supreme will run a little bit slimmer than the Hypercourt Express 2. That said, it is not narrow. You’ll also feel a little bit more support thanks to the bootie construction. Aside from that, you can still expect a mid-to-low arch and minimal break-in period.
To check out all of the colorways for this high-performance tennis shoe, visit TennisExpress.com. Be sure to keep an eye out for our full review on this shoe in the coming weeks!
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