Wilson Rush Pro Ace (D) WIDE Womens Tennis Shoe

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Item #: WRS328670
Fit Tip:
  • Length: True to size
  • Width: Wide
  • Arch: Medium
  • Overall Fit: Little to no break-in

The new Rush Pro Ace Wide marks another addition to the popular Wilson shoe line. This shoe stands out for its combination of support and even greater comfort, especially with its wide fit for more room throughout the foot.

The Rush Pro Ace features much-loved technology from its Rush Pro predecessors: the 4D Support Chassis stabilizes the foot for quick movements; the OrthoLite EVA foam in the midsole provides maximum comfort; and the high-density Duralast rubber outsole composition is durable across all surfaces. Topped off with a mesh upper for breathability and comfort, the simple construction suits tennis and pickleball players of all levels.

Color: Scuba Blue

Average Weight:10.7 oz (Size 8.5 Women's)


  • Upper:Minimal Sensifeel construction for breathability and forefoot medial drag rubber pad for added protection.
  • Midsole: High-density Ortholite and R-DST+ foam for cushion and rebound.
  • Outsole: High-density Duralast rubber compound for abrasion resistance and traction on any surface.

Average weight: 10.7 oz. (size 8.5)

Product Review Summary
Based on 2 reviews
3 star average rating
Overall Rating: 3.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
January 10, 2023
This shopper rated the product 1 out of 5 stars

I read the one review that said that they have wide feet and these shoes were very comfy. I chose a half size up AND the wide shoe and it is still too narrow. When I buy other brands in wide, they fit. As soon as I put these shoes on, they were very tight. This is not a true wide shoe unfortunately. I love the color though!

August 19, 2022
So comfy!
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I struggle with the width of most sneakers because my feet are a bit wide. These sneakers fit perfectly! They’re true to size. Also, they have a comfortable upper that breathes and doesn’t dig into my toes like all of the new Asics do. For some inexplicable reason, many manufacturers encase their sneakers in hard plastic outer soles that dig in when you put weight on your toes. You’d think they’d do some testing on actual humans… 🤷‍♀️