K-Swiss Hypercourt Supreme Tennis Shoe Review

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So I decided to test the new K-Swiss tennis shoes, the Hypercourt Supreme. I normally use Asics or Babolat tennis shoes because they are comfortable and convenient. But how do these tennis shoes perform and feel on a tennis court?

I played several matches before I finally dropped this review. Good read!

Shoe Presentation and Tech

Introducing the latest addition to the Hypercourt series, the KSwiss Hypercourt Supreme. Building upon the renowned comfort of its predecessors, this iteration enhances the experience with a snugger fit, reinforced support, and heightened resilience. Crafted with Durawrap Flex, the upper delivers quality support without compromising flexibility, enabling swift movements on the court.

Molded EVA sock liner bootie ensures a secure, locked-in feel for optimal performance.

Powered by Surge 7.0 technology, the midsole offers unparalleled energy return with every stride, while a midfoot shank enhances lateral stability, minimizing the risk of twisting. The Aosta 7.0 outsole, upgraded with Dragguard 7.0, caters to aggressive players who favor sliding into shots, ensuring durability and traction across all court surfaces. Its modified herringbone tread pattern further enhances grip and longevity.

Constructed with synthetic materials featuring Seamfree design for breathability, the upper seamlessly combines comfort with DuraWrap Flex for enhanced pliability. The molded EVA Sock Liner bootie construction elevates fit security to new levels.

The Hypercourt Supreme is designed to meet the demands of modern players, offering comfort, support, and durability for an unparalleled on-court experience.

What I Liked

The upper and the materials are soft and breathable. No heat after hours of play in clay or hard courts and in the hottest days of the year.

The shoes are so comfortable and they wrap the feet perfectly. I didn’t experience any pain or soreness somewhere in my feet. Plus, you feel the cushioning especially on the forefoot and under the heels.

The shoes are stable and unlike other models where I was slipping too much like the Nike Air Zoom Vapor Pro 2 or the Asics Solution Speed, this model offers high stability and security. No worries about twisting your foot or getting yourself stuck in clay while sliding (which leads to very bad pain).

The lace system is normal which is fine and the tongue is padded which offers comfort in the ankle zone.

Durability is top-notch. After 3 months, no tears or scratches. I also didn’t observe midsole creases which I normally see in other models after a week.

What I Disliked

Frankly, I don’t have anything negative to say about this shoe. Maybe people with wide feet would find it hard to put on the shoe. I personally have normal feet and I have to force them a little. Apart that, once you wear them, they are comfortable and performant as they seem.

Final Words

The K-Swiss Hypercourt Supreme is confirming once more that the company strives for comfort and court performance. This model checks all the boxes related to comfort, fit, breathability, support and durability.

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