Best Tennis Shoes for Wide Feet

Troy_Chen

New User
Looking to try new tennis shoes (preferably Nike), I currently use Nike Cage (Rafa edition) but they are on the expensive side and the toe area on the left foot tends to get worn out faster than the sole. I tend to drag my left foot on my backhand which is most likely the reason why that happened.

I have wider feet so I can’t really go for a narrow model. I do like the look of Nike shoes and my wardrobe is basically Nike so that is why I prefer Nike but I am open to trying other brands if those would be better.
 

Purestriker

Hall of Fame
Looking to try new tennis shoes (preferably Nike), I currently use Nike Cage (Rafa edition) but they are on the expensive side and the toe area on the left foot tends to get worn out faster than the sole. I tend to drag my left foot on my backhand which is most likely the reason why that happened.

I have wider feet so I can’t really go for a narrow model. I do like the look of Nike shoes and my wardrobe is basically Nike so that is why I prefer Nike but I am open to trying other brands if those would be better.
The Solecourt boost is on the wider side. Otherwise the Ascis Gel Resolution comes in a wide version and it’s great.
 

Lorenn

Professional
I have wider feet so I can’t really go for a narrow model. I do like the look of Nike shoes and my wardrobe is basically Nike so that is why I prefer Nike but I am open to trying other brands if those would be better.
My suggestion is don't get addicted to look over function.

Nike is famous for making slightly narrower shoes then average. You can try various things go up a bit in size and wearing thicker socks.

KSwiss Hypercourt Supreme is a nice shoe for many with wider feet.

Mizuno Exceed Tour 4 is good as well.

I agree with pure-strikers recommendations as well.

Just find what fits your feet well. Stocks are a little low so worry less about being the perfect shade to match your outfit and just enjoy playing and feeling comfortable.
 

mozzer

Hall of Fame
I have a wide mid foot and can't wear any nikes since the Vapor Tour 9.5.
Currently using K Swiss Hypercourt Supreme and they are great, would definitely recommend.
 

veelium

Rookie
Aren't the hypercourt express the even wider ones?
Had a pair but a tiny bit too wide for me and on gritty hard courts they die very quickly. Great shoe otherwise.
 

Lorenn

Professional
Aren't the hypercourt express the even wider ones?
Had a pair but a tiny bit too wide for me and on gritty hard courts they die very quickly. Great shoe otherwise.
I prefer the Supreme over the Express. Still not an insanely durable shoe. I am gentle on shoes so I basically wear out the cushion or the sole depending on the shoe.
 
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