Who should buy the Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT

The Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT is one of the best options for defense-ready players who regularly hit the court and are in a hunt for high-performance tennis footwear. It is a solid option if you:

  • Need a sock-like upper composition that grabs and secures the foot.
  • Need a quick-tying lace and toggle closure system for a lockdown fit.
  • Need a light and protective Skinguard arrangement for durability.

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT Logo

Updates to the Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT

  • Accommodates a lighter and more streamlined format than the Skinguard webbing pattern of the Kaos 2.0 SFT.
  • Implements a Quicklace system in place of the customary lace-up closure
  • Weighs significantly less than the second-generation Symbiofit model
  • Introduces inner rear padding together with the bootie upper assembly for comfort

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT Logo 1.0

Duralast rubber

Its Duralast rubber property is equipped to offer improved grip on clay and hard courts. This slab of rubber comes with abrasion-resistant properties, which are meant to delay signs of wear on the tread design. The wavy indentations on the outsole in a herringbone pattern are intended to permit the wearer to feel connected to any court composition when either taking short steps or extended lunges. 

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT Outsole

Shock-absorption innovation

R-DST+ is the cushioning fixing integrated into this all-court tennis footgear that grants a significant amount of rebound. This innovative Wilson technology, an enhanced version of the standard R-DST, is equipped with a highly-compressed ethylene-vinyl acetate foam material. Its main objective is to cradle the foot from shock and reduce the likelihood of getting muscle, tendon, and joint discomforts and injuries. 

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT midsole

Excellent arch support

Pro Torque Chassis Light is a specialized arch technology formulated at Wilson's research and development department. This stabilizer is integrated under the arch, which inhibits unnecessary foot rotation. Optimized for speed, this chassis warrants explosive acceleration allows and, at the same time, delivers the needed balance when sliding for challenging shots. 

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT Arch support

Just like the previous model, this altered iteration maintains an estimated 9mm heel-to-toe drop or Dynamic Fit level 2 in Wilson's lingo. DF2 is one of the three heel slope varieties offered by the brand. This level yields a good compromise between quick performance and comfort.

Skin guard protective shield

The upper assembly and weight can greatly influence player performance. Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT is supplied with the Skinguard protective shield that's fused to the mesh membrane to reduce the weight of the shoe significantly. This element that's layered from the midfoot to the forefoot is made to safeguard this trainer from immediate wear, especially during recurrent toe dragging. 

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT Upper

Foot-hugging build and fast-tying shoelace

Symbiofit lateral webbing integrated into the bootie makeup generates in-shoe comfort while catering midfoot support. The Quicklace mechanism is designed to offer a single-pull tightening system and a toggle device to cinch the foot down. Such a closure system is purposed to grant easy-on and easy-off as opposed to the traditional lace-up design. 

Wilson Kaos 3.0 SFT fast-tying shoelace

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 11.1oz / Women 9.3oz
Base model: Wilson Kaos 3.0
Shoe Type: All Court
Collection: Wilson Kaos
Features: Lightweight, Breathable
Construction: Speed
Material: Synthetic/Mesh upper

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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.