Wilson Rush Pro 3.5 lets you go agile

Wilson continues to build up its Rush Pro range by coming up with a stable, light, and hard-wearing option, the Wilson Rush Pro 3.5. Such an all-court tennis shoe lets you get tuned with your strokes and footwork, be it on training or game days. Its forefoot is engineered and molded with a layer of support for lateral stability. At the same time, a shank pressed under the arch limits torsion and allows you to be in control when pivoting to achieve those powerful strokes.

A good match for…

  • Fast-paced athletes who are looking for a light and moisture-wicking multi-court tennis shoe
  • Players who drag a lot as the Duralast rubber secures the tip and forefoot from early signs of wear
  • Players who grind a lot on clay or hard court and prefer an outsole as grippy as the Kaos 3.0 SFT's
  • Tennis enthusiasts who are particular about style as this tennis kick come in various colorways.

What got better?

  • Improved forefoot. No more toe jamming as it's assembled with a roomier toe box compared to the previous generation 
  • It is built with a more ventilated mesh to promote breathability


How Wilson Rush Pro 3.5 ranks compared to all other shoes
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Bottom 2% breathable tennis shoes
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