Who should buy the Wilson Kaos 2.0

Wilson came out with another lightweight offering under its speed shoe catalog, the Kaos 2.0. It is a solid option if you: 

  • Need a shoe that is assembled to allow competitive movers to accelerate in their game. 
  • Need a shoe that is dependent on the Skinguard upper reinforcement for supportive movements and Endofit’s form-fitting capability to stabilize multidirectional foot motions.
  • Need a shoe that is also packed with the proprietary R-DST+ cushioning technology for responsiveness.

Wilson Kaos 2.0 logo

High-density duralast rubber compound

Top-quality tennis shoes are equipped with hard-wearing outsoles to survive long and rigorous matches. The high-density Duralast rubber compound that’s present in Wilson Kaos 2.0 is one of the trademark designs built to last a protracted time even with players who are tough on their shoes.  

Wilson Kaos 2.0 High-density Duralast rubber compound

This abrasion-resistant athletic shoe in wavy herringbone tread delivers traction, whether on soft or tough surfaces. It allows the user to run towards the middle and baseline sections of the court with maximum grip. 

R-DST+ cushioning technology

The middle section is built with the R-DST+, an upgraded version of the standard R-DST, which makes use of highly-packed EVA (ethylene vinyl acetate) foam. As compared to the standard edition, this technology offers a more pronounced bounce back attribute.  

Wilson Kaos 2.0 R-DST+

Dynamic Fit

Despite being equipped with tons of cushioning, this second-generation all-court Kaos is crafted with a Dynamic Fit. The innovation keeps the foot low-to-the-ground, which permits the wearer to be firmly in contact with his movement. It’s specially formulated with a 9mm heel-to-toe differential to give the wearer the ability to achieve swift performance.

Wilson Kaos 2.0 Dynamic Fit

Keeping the foot rightly in place as it tackles fast-paced court games is the Pro Torque Chassis (PTC) Light. Such arch technology integrated under the midfoot stabilizes the foot for quick propulsion.


The mesh upper is wrapped with Skinguard, a bundle of web-looking synthetic material. Such added top protection reinforces the forefoot and lateral sides during take-offs and multidirectional flights. 

Wilson Kaos 2.0 Skinguard

A supportive 2D-FS is integrated into the forefoot to deliver stability and support. This feature is fabricated to keep the foot firm and secure during sideway motions.  

Endofit unit and form-fitting sock structure

Inside the Kaos 2.0 is the Endofit unit, an inner sock construction that hugs the foot for a customized fit. Its form-fitting attribute is made to keep the foot from slipping inside while granting comfort even during exhaustive plays. 

Wilson Kaos 2.0 Endofit unit and form-fitting sock structure

Even with the presence of the form-fitting sock structure, the forefoot remains to be spacious. The area at the tip of the foot tends to feel wide than the standard-sized tennis shoes, sharing an almost similar impression as the Prince T22. 

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 11.5oz / Women 10.8oz
Update: Wilson Kaos 3.0
Shoe Type: All Court
Collection: Wilson Kaos
Features: Lightweight
Construction: Speed
Material: Synthetic

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Brenton Barker
Brenton Barker

Brenton is an Australian with 20 years of experience coaching WTA and ATP professional tennis players, whom have won a total of 10 international professional Tournaments. Brenton holds a Degree in Sports Coaching and was the former Head Tennis Coach at the Japanese Government Sports Science Institute. Brenton was also a former Manager & Head Coach of Australia’s Governing Sporting Body, Tennis Australia, and has been a Dunlop International Advisory Board Member since 2010. Additionally, Brenton was the Head of Player development for World No 7 and two-time Grand Slam Champion Johan Kriek.