K Swiss Hypercourt Express 2 WIDE (2E) Mens Tennis Shoe

3.5 star average rating
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Item #: 06806-042

Fit Tip: Length - true to size. Width - 2E Wide. Arch - Slightly Low. Little to no break-in.

How does K-Swiss make its best-selling shoe model even better? By adding Surgelite midsole technology the Hypercourt Express 2 becomes even lighter and more comfortable while keeping its trademark breathability and generous fit. Additionally, the brand introduces Durawrap Flex, giving the shoe more support with no break-in period. The new upper design instantly makes the model fresh and modern looking which will impress current and new tennis players who wear the shoe. 2E wide width shoe.

Average Weight: 13.6 oz. (Size 10.5)

Color: Jet Black/Steel Grey/Spicy Orange



  • Synthetic upper for breathability. Durawrap-light technology helps to prevent from excessive toe-dragging and Stay-Tied Laces stop your laces from coming undone, minimizing distraction.


  • Surgelite is a flexible, durable and lightweight cushioning technology that provides improved comfort and energy return.


  • AOSTA 7.0 RUBBER COMPOUND-High-density outsole provides unsurpassed durability from heel to toe. 180 PSC (Plantar Support Chassis) enhances midfoot stability and torsional control.

Average Weight: 13.6 oz. (Size 10.5)

Product Review Summary
Based on 2 reviews
3.5 star average rating
Overall Rating: 3.5/5.0
Customer Reviews
June 11, 2022
K Swiss plenty of room
This shopper rated the product 4 out of 5 stars

Classic looks, strong and sturdy wider tennis shoe. I bought 1/2 size larger for some extra breathing room. Cushioning is good almost great. Nice color combination. I am 6' 2 inches tall 180 pounds and I can move fast and comfortably in these shoes. Very nice.

May 14, 2022
This shopper rated the product 3 out of 5 stars

Love the shoe. I normally wear a 2E and bought a different pair of hypercourts that were not wide and he’d to use a stretcher to make them fit. Saw these available in 2E but they are too big and slide off.

Bob Nelson