K-Swiss Hypercourt Supreme 2

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Do you like enough to eventually try it though or are these simply not "maximalist" enough?

I'll describe my interest as passing :D. If I come across a deal when I need to get some new shoes I might take a flyer. I liked the current Ultrashot overall, even though I thought the midsole went dead a little quick. I'd be curious to see how the HS 2's combo of Surgelite and Shock Spring does. Plus I do enjoy a well done sock liner style shoe. K-Swiss generally just comes down to fit bc they are usually on the border of being too wide for me.
 

BrassMonkey

New User
I wear the 1's and they are my favorite tennis shoes of all time. The toe box is a bit wider than most and I have a high arch and for me they are fantastic. I'm excited about the 2's as they are also supposed to have a bit more durable of a sole, which would be my only complaint about the 1's, but it's not bad at all. The sock liner and thin tongue make for a snug fit that locks the foot and ankle in place.
 

Mungo

Rookie
Fan of the 1s, coming from hypercourt express which were a little narrow. I like the discounts available right now. Yeah, I am kinda cheap.
 

puppybutts

Hall of Fame
nice to see a new release! The Supremes are one of my favorite shoes.

I am a little concerned about TW's fit description going from "Generous Medium" to "Medium" from Gen 1 to 2. KSwiss has always been a go-to brand for people with slightly wider feet, but first the Ultrashot and now the Supremes seem to be narrowing a bit. It appears they are leaving the Express as their shoe line with a 2E option...but that shoe is too soft with too little support, and 2E only exacerbates those issues. Plus, some people are only slightly wide.

I like that they preserved a similar ankle collar/back design and material - it's secure while being easy to slide your foot in and out of. I also like that they preserved the circle on the outsole, which makes it easy to rotate through and pivot. However, the removed section of the outsole kind of concerns me. It appears to be a segmented two-piece outsole, and I wonder if that will impact durability or performance. I assume no, but it just looks kind of scary like it's waiting to wobble and tilt like a loose tooth.

Aesthetically, I'm neutral. The top venting doesn't look particularly nice, but it's great that they added more ventilation where they could. The Supremes remain not a particularly ugly or attractive shoe.
 
**insert obligatory and annoying question regarding toebox width and what it can be compared to**
That honestly took longer than I thought though :-D :-D

My initial thought as I stand here waiting for my court time wearing them is that they are a bit more forgiving width wise than my B.Icon 2 with less of an angled cut inward on the lateral side. However they feel tighter than my WoW All City. But that could be a by product of the upper having TPU and not being as soft and flexible as the WoW as opposed to actually width. The HS2 feel like they need to break in a little.
 

c-had

Rookie
That honestly took longer than I thought though :-D :-D

My initial thought as I stand here waiting for my court time wearing them is that they are a bit more forgiving width wise than my B.Icon 2 with less of an angled cut inward on the lateral side. However they feel tighter than my WoW All City. But that could be a by product of the upper having TPU and not being as soft and flexible as the WoW as opposed to actually width. The HS2 feel like they need to break in a little.
I'm intrigued to hear your review. I played in the Supreme 1's and really liked them, but ultimately moved on because after a few months of wear they had stretched to the point that my foot felt less secure. I moved on to the B.Icon and now B.Icon 2, which I like a lot. Now I wonder if I should stick with the B.Icon 2 or try out the Supreme 2.
 
I'm intrigued to hear your review. I played in the Supreme 1's and really liked them, but ultimately moved on because after a few months of wear they had stretched to the point that my foot felt less secure. I moved on to the B.Icon and now B.Icon 2, which I like a lot. Now I wonder if I should stick with the B.Icon 2 or try out the Supreme 2.

I think it is going to depend on how you balance your priorities in a shoe. The HS2 has a bit more accommodating toe box shape than the B.Icon 2 and they way they utilize TPU makes it slightly less rigid feeling. However, the DD Anima midsole in the B.Icon 2 has a lot more rebound than the HS2. Probably depends on how you value fit/shape vs. rebound/comfort in a shoe. In comparison, the Diadora is slightly less forgiving in the toe box but I could live with that to get the better overall cushioning and response. I think I've been spoiled by the comfort and bounce of the Lacoste AGLT23 and WoW All City bc the HS2 felt harder underfoot and a bit less explosive. I also woke up with a bit of fatigue in my feet this morning which hasn't been the case with those other shoes. I may give them one more shot to see if they break in more, but these will likely get passed on.

Overall, the HS2 felt pretty secure and I liked the stability around the ankle. The integrated straps at the bottom 2 eyelets also do a good job of helping lock your forefoot in. The laces do not have a lot of extra length to do a runners loop for extra heel lock in but they were still pretty secure overall. FYI I did go down a 1/2 size from regular bc my regular size felt a little bit sloppy in the heel fit and maybe a touch longer than I would have wanted. I'm sure staying TTS would have been fine, but I am also ok with a bit more of a snug fit on court. The tongue is a great design and was the perfect length and width IMO. The heel in the HS2 definitely rides higher off the court than the AGLT or WoW but is probably similar to B.Icon (honestly been forever since I put mine on). I think it's probably a good update for anyone who liked the HS1 and it seems like they improved the security of the fit. Having not worn the first version, I can't speak to whether or not they made the new one more narrow. For me, I've just found options that I find have better, more dynamic cushioning and would prefer to keep playing in those.
 

c-had

Rookie
I think it is going to depend on how you balance your priorities in a shoe. The HS2 has a bit more accommodating toe box shape than the B.Icon 2 and they way they utilize TPU makes it slightly less rigid feeling. However, the DD Anima midsole in the B.Icon 2 has a lot more rebound than the HS2. Probably depends on how you value fit/shape vs. rebound/comfort in a shoe. In comparison, the Diadora is slightly less forgiving in the toe box but I could live with that to get the better overall cushioning and response. I think I've been spoiled by the comfort and bounce of the Lacoste AGLT23 and WoW All City bc the HS2 felt harder underfoot and a bit less explosive. I also woke up with a bit of fatigue in my feet this morning which hasn't been the case with those other shoes. I may give them one more shot to see if they break in more, but these will likely get passed on.

Overall, the HS2 felt pretty secure and I liked the stability around the ankle. The integrated straps at the bottom 2 eyelets also do a good job of helping lock your forefoot in. The laces do not have a lot of extra length to do a runners loop for extra heel lock in but they were still pretty secure overall. FYI I did go down a 1/2 size from regular bc my regular size felt a little bit sloppy in the heel fit and maybe a touch longer than I would have wanted. I'm sure staying TTS would have been fine, but I am also ok with a bit more of a snug fit on court. The tongue is a great design and was the perfect length and width IMO. The heel in the HS2 definitely rides higher off the court than the AGLT or WoW but is probably similar to B.Icon (honestly been forever since I put mine on). I think it's probably a good update for anyone who liked the HS1 and it seems like they improved the security of the fit. Having not worn the first version, I can't speak to whether or not they made the new one more narrow. For me, I've just found options that I find have better, more dynamic cushioning and would prefer to keep playing in those.
Thank you. That's super helpful. I think I may lean toward sticking with the B.Icon 2, as I do value the cushioning and response highly. Though you've got me interested in the AGLT23 now as well (if they ever go on sale).
 
Thank you. That's super helpful. I think I may lean toward sticking with the B.Icon 2, as I do value the cushioning and response highly. Though you've got me interested in the AGLT23 now as well (if they ever go on sale).

AGLT23 is a great shoe. Biggest knock is that the sole isn't super durable. If your size is between 8-10.5, the Lacoste site has the white w/ green pair for 30% off.
 

Chairman3

Hall of Fame
More, less or the same width as the Gen 1?

These are pretty good looking, but the wider toebox has always been the issue for me with Kswiss.
 

babar

Professional
I think I have almost decided on getting a pair of the HCS 2.0.
Still have the Diadora Competition 7 rattling around in my head because it comes in cooler colors.

The heel lockdown was better with the HCS 2.0 than the DC7.
Cushioning, just jumping around the store, felt slightly better in the DC7.
DC7 was way lighter feeling on my feet.
Over all fit was better with the HCS 2.0.
 

d-quik

Hall of Fame
I think I have almost decided on getting a pair of the HCS 2.0.
Still have the Diadora Competition 7 rattling around in my head because it comes in cooler colors.

The heel lockdown was better with the HCS 2.0 than the DC7.
Cushioning, just jumping around the store, felt slightly better in the DC7.
DC7 was way lighter feeling on my feet.
Over all fit was better with the HCS 2.0.
What is the HCS's toebox width comparable to?
 

babar

Professional
What is the HCS's toebox width comparable to?
It's definitely wider than my Vapor Pros and Vapor 9.5s.
I would say similar to the Diadora Finale and Competion, but wider than the B.Icons for sure.
Also, wider than the Speedtrac and Wave Exceed Tour 5s.
I remember trying on the HC 1s and felt the toebox was too wide.
I didn't have this same feeling with the HCS 2s.
With my Nike Nike Everyday Cushion Crew socks, it felt just right.
 

Bal

Rookie
My HCS2’s are on the way. Fingers crossed they’re an improvement on my Mizuno Enforce Tours which I’m now retiring due to the sole almost being worn out and midsole cushioning degradation after six months, although I did use them at least twice a week for those six months!
 

PhxRacket

Hall of Fame
Disappointing update for me. Narrowed the toe box too much for me. I’ll stick with the Ultrashots. The outsole was great. Shoe was very uncomfortable. Narrower while not being traditionally narrow. The material around the top of the shoe cut into my ankle and rubbed in a way the HCS1 never did. Rolled my ankle twice, but that was probable user error. These have been moved to coaching shoes because the one pro is that they are very comfortable to stand in.
 

PhxRacket

Hall of Fame
As an aside.....I'm considering the Ultrashots, how do they fit and what would you compare them to shoe-wise?
Well I have funky, duck shaped feet. Wide forefoot and narrow ankle. High arch. Longish toes. I find the Ultrashot 3 to fit a little narrower than the US2. Having said that, they are not narrow. I can’t compare it for you as I have worn KSWISS exclusively for a while now. They are the only tennis shoes that accommodate my Hobbit-like feet. No disrespect to Hobbits.
 

Chairman3

Hall of Fame
Well I have funky, duck shaped feet. Wide forefoot and narrow ankle. High arch. Longish toes. I find the Ultrashot 3 to fit a little narrower than the US2. Having said that, they are not narrow. I can’t compare it for you as I have worn KSWISS exclusively for a while now. They are the only tennis shoes that accommodate my Hobbit-like feet. No disrespect to Hobbits.
Interesting, I may just have to order and try and see. I didn't think the US3 were quite as wide as the hypercourt line but overall shoe shapes vary so much these days.
Appreciate the info
 
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PhxRacket

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Interesting, I may just have to order and try and see. I didn't think the US3 were quite as wide as the hypercourt line but overall shoe shapes vary so much these days.
I would agree with that. The HC are wide at the forefoot, but narrow in the toe area so they can feel confining for my foot.
 

Bal

Rookie
My HCS2’s are on the way. Fingers crossed they’re an improvement on my Mizuno Enforce Tours which I’m now retiring due to the sole almost being worn out and midsole cushioning degradation after six months, although I did use them at least twice a week for those six months!
HCS2’s arrived yesterday however went looking for US3’s and managed to find them discounted, so they’re arriving on Monday. I’ll then do a comparison between them and see which feels better. Initial thoughts are that the HCS2’s feel quite narrow when compared to my old HCE2s, which are wide in toe box. The toe box in HCS2s are OK and I guess I could get used to them, but will see what how they compare to the US3’s. I’ll keep you posted.
 

Bal

Rookie
HCS2’s arrived yesterday however went looking for US3’s and managed to find them discounted, so they’re arriving on Monday. I’ll then do a comparison between them and see which feels better. Initial thoughts are that the HCS2’s feel quite narrow when compared to my old HCE2s, which are wide in toe box. The toe box in HCS2s are OK and I guess I could get used to them, but will see what how they compare to the US3’s. I’ll keep you posted.
Quick update from me. US3s arrived today and I tried them with and without the orthotic insole(Pedag Viva Sport). With the insole, I felt this raised my heel too much resulting in a lack of a locked in feeling even with the lace’s cinched tight on the last eyelet. Without the insole, it was a little better and I was able to get a comfortable fit, but not totally locked-in. The toe box is definitely wider in the US3s compared with the HCS2s, but this is where I think I have gotten use to a snug fit in my Mizuno WET, and feel I will get used to the snug fit of the HCS2s. Also, due to the ankle padding in the HCS2s, the fit with the insole was comfortably locked-in, and the tongue padding is thicker in the HCS2s in my view. Suffice to say, I’ve sent the US3s back and will go with the HCS2s. Will hit on a hard court on Thursday, so will see how they fare. Will report back soon.
 

Chairman3

Hall of Fame
Quick update from me. US3s arrived today and I tried them with and without the orthotic insole(Pedag Viva Sport). With the insole, I felt this raised my heel too much resulting in a lack of a locked in feeling even with the lace’s cinched tight on the last eyelet. Without the insole, it was a little better and I was able to get a comfortable fit, but not totally locked-in. The toe box is definitely wider in the US3s compared with the HCS2s, but this is where I think I have gotten use to a snug fit in my Mizuno WET, and feel I will get used to the snug fit of the HCS2s. Also, due to the ankle padding in the HCS2s, the fit with the insole was comfortably locked-in, and the tongue padding is thicker in the HCS2s in my view. Suffice to say, I’ve sent the US3s back and will go with the HCS2s. Will hit on a hard court on Thursday, so will see how they fare. Will report back soon.
Very intrigued by this, I also recently ordered the Ultrashot 3 but had to send back.
Got my usual 11 and they were too short. Fit was good otherwise, except it seemed like the toebox was very tall.
When I walked I could see extra material folding, this was a concern especially if I had to still go up half a size to get the right length.
Ultimately, the 11.5 was sold out but I'm now intrigued by the HCS2 if you say it has a narrower toebox than the Ultrashot.
If they release the clay version (which is available on their UK site) I may have to get a pair. I really like the aesthetic of this redesign.
 
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Chairman3

Hall of Fame
I love the new HCS2 look and feel.
If I could convince myself of the cushioning, then I would pull the trigger on these.
Wish they come out with an all white-black stripes version for men. :cool:
I think the all white and blue stripes look pretty good
 
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Bal

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Quick update from me. US3s arrived today and I tried them with and without the orthotic insole(Pedag Viva Sport). With the insole, I felt this raised my heel too much resulting in a lack of a locked in feeling even with the lace’s cinched tight on the last eyelet. Without the insole, it was a little better and I was able to get a comfortable fit, but not totally locked-in. The toe box is definitely wider in the US3s compared with the HCS2s, but this is where I think I have gotten use to a snug fit in my Mizuno WET, and feel I will get used to the snug fit of the HCS2s. Also, due to the ankle padding in the HCS2s, the fit with the insole was comfortably locked-in, and the tongue padding is thicker in the HCS2s in my view. Suffice to say, I’ve sent the US3s back and will go with the HCS2s. Will hit on a hard court on Thursday, so will see how they fare. Will report back soon.
Another update. I tried the HCS2s today for the first time for about an hour 30 minutes. Initially I had cinched them down too tight so loosened them a tad, only to tighten them again after 45 minutes. When compared to my Mizunos, these do play heavier, so will need to hit the gym and build leg strength! After a few more sessions, I’m sure I’ll get used to them. They’re not as cushioned as the Mizunos, although the orthotic insoles are probably playing a part here. I may try them with the supplied insole's to see how they fare. All-in-all, not bad for a first session. I’ll see how long the outsoles lasts, especially under the balls of my feet and the inner and outer forefoot, which is where I’m applying most pressure.
 

aus89

Hall of Fame
Doctor Zach likes them a lot - seems to think they're a significant update to the original Supreme
 
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R_Gasquet

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Surprised to see the final score Zach gave. From his descriptions the shoe sounds just above average in most categories besides comfort but ended up with a very high overall score. Guess it's just super well-balanced.
 
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----Personal Review with Pics of Wear----

TLDR: I really like these shoes, these are my top 5 shoes in the past 2 years of trying out shoes. Decided to try out when I was waiting for new colorways to drop from Lacoste.

Playtime since 4/15 purchase: 16 hours, mixture of singles matches and 1v1 drills (cross courts, direction change, don't miss volley)

Playstyle: all around player, willing to grind it out. Hardcourt sliding is a must when defending against a shortball attack or covering a passing shot while at net. Sliding till my knees give out.

Player: mid 30s, 195 lbs/ 88kg, 6 ft 3 in/ ~190cm tall, Size 13 shoes in all my pairs.

1. Lacoste AG LT23 Ultras (7 pairs throughout 2023 love em)
2. Kswiss Supreme 2s (very close 2nd to LT23)
3. Asics Gel Res 9
4. Asics Court FF2
5. New Balance Lav v2
.....#4000 Nike Vapor Pro 2 (Horrid shoes)

Comfort: When first putting this on to walk around the house, I was like oh wow! They were very comfy. When I got to playing in them, I absolutely loved it. They have these ankle pads that kind of massage my tendon. When stopping or landing from a jump overhead/forehand, I find it very nice. Especially after a 3 hour match, I am not feeling death in knees, ankles, or feet. As a heavier dude this helps me a lot especially playing back to back matches. In terms of insole, this is the first shoe in a long time that I did not feel the need to wear an orthotic, they just support me well in stock.

Fit: I would say these are wide, but not wide like a New Balance shoe. It is wider than the Lacoste LT23 Ultras, but marginally. I have an in between foot, not quite D and not quite 2E. These fit me quite well. I have never tried the Supreme 1s which folks are saying are much wider. I would say this fit is comparable to the Gel Res 9. It is absolutely wider than a Court FF2.

Upper Durability (tape?): The uppers of the shoes are very durable, Its like a Court FF2 or FF3 in that it is wrapped in rubber for sliders. I personally put TAPE on my left side because I slide very aggressive in which it might snap my laces. This is a must for all my shoes. Also some people tend to underestimate me based on having tape.

Outsole Durability: I have had this shoe for 16 hours of play. From the pictures below, I highlighted the high wear areas. For my play style this is decent, on par with the Lacoste. Gel Res 9 is absolutely more durable. My forecast is maybe 1 to 1.5 months at about 8 hours a week of use before I get through the rubber that we see the midsole. If you do not slide on hardcourts, you do not need to worry, these should last you triple or maybe quadruple this playtime.

Playability: In the first 2 hours, I personally thought these shoes were very clunky. They do have a break in period that you must overcome. Once the uppers loosened up, the outsole warmed up, and the insoles began to mold to my feet a little I felt very connected to the court and my shots. Sliding on court was controllable and semi quiet. I felt like I was in a marginally slower LT23 Ultra with better foot support and lock in feel. The lacoste for me had a better spring effect on my serves when jumping, changing directions, and traction, but again...only marginally. My lacoste I would wear orthotics in order to feel good in. The only question I need to ask myself is if I should trade marginal speed for better foot support and lockin.

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Bal

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----Personal Review with Pics of Wear----

TLDR: I really like these shoes, these are my top 5 shoes in the past 2 years of trying out shoes. Decided to try out when I was waiting for new colorways to drop from Lacoste.

Playtime since 4/15 purchase: 16 hours, mixture of singles matches and 1v1 drills (cross courts, direction change, don't miss volley)

Playstyle: all around player, willing to grind it out. Hardcourt sliding is a must when defending against a shortball attack or covering a passing shot while at net. Sliding till my knees give out.

Player: mid 30s, 195 lbs/ 88kg, 6 ft 3 in/ ~190cm tall, Size 13 shoes in all my pairs.

1. Lacoste AG LT23 Ultras (7 pairs throughout 2023 love em)
2. Kswiss Supreme 2s (very close 2nd to LT23)
3. Asics Gel Res 9
4. Asics Court FF2
5. New Balance Lav v2
.....#4000 Nike Vapor Pro 2 (Horrid shoes)

Comfort: When first putting this on to walk around the house, I was like oh wow! They were very comfy. When I got to playing in them, I absolutely loved it. They have these ankle pads that kind of massage my tendon. When stopping or landing from a jump overhead/forehand, I find it very nice. Especially after a 3 hour match, I am not feeling death in knees, ankles, or feet. As a heavier dude this helps me a lot especially playing back to back matches. In terms of insole, this is the first shoe in a long time that I did not feel the need to wear an orthotic, they just support me well in stock.

Fit: I would say these are wide, but not wide like a New Balance shoe. It is wider than the Lacoste LT23 Ultras, but marginally. I have an in between foot, not quite D and not quite 2E. These fit me quite well. I have never tried the Supreme 1s which folks are saying are much wider. I would say this fit is comparable to the Gel Res 9. It is absolutely wider than a Court FF2.

Upper Durability (tape?): The uppers of the shoes are very durable, Its like a Court FF2 or FF3 in that it is wrapped in rubber for sliders. I personally put TAPE on my left side because I slide very aggressive in which it might snap my laces. This is a must for all my shoes. Also some people tend to underestimate me based on having tape.

Outsole Durability: I have had this shoe for 16 hours of play. From the pictures below, I highlighted the high wear areas. For my play style this is decent, on par with the Lacoste. Gel Res 9 is absolutely more durable. My forecast is maybe 1 to 1.5 months at about 8 hours a week of use before I get through the rubber that we see the midsole. If you do not slide on hardcourts, you do not need to worry, these should last you triple or maybe quadruple this playtime.

Playability: In the first 2 hours, I personally thought these shoes were very clunky. They do have a break in period that you must overcome. Once the uppers loosened up, the outsole warmed up, and the insoles began to mold to my feet a little I felt very connected to the court and my shots. Sliding on court was controllable and semi quiet. I felt like I was in a marginally slower LT23 Ultra with better foot support and lock in feel. The lacoste for me had a better spring effect on my serves when jumping, changing directions, and traction, but again...only marginally. My lacoste I would wear orthotics in order to feel good in. The only question I need to ask myself is if I should trade marginal speed for better foot support and lockin.

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Great review! I had to re-read the post to figure out why one side of the shoe looked black, and realised that’s white duct tape which has been scuffed up! Have been considering LT23 Ultra as my next shoe and it was good to have that comparison. I use an orthotic in HCS2s, so it was interesting to hear that they feel good without it. I might try this. Agree with the break-in. They are way stiffer than the Mizuno Wave Enforce Tours, which were my previous shoe, and the HCS2s defo need a break-in. I’ve worn mine for about 10 hours now, so my outsole durability mileage may vary.
 
Great review! I had to re-read the post to figure out why one side of the shoe looked black, and realised that’s white duct tape which has been scuffed up! Have been considering LT23 Ultra as my next shoe and it was good to have that comparison. I use an orthotic in HCS2s, so it was interesting to hear that they feel good without it. I might try this. Agree with the break-in. They are way stiffer than the Mizuno Wave Enforce Tours, which were my previous shoe, and the HCS2s defo need a break-in. I’ve worn mine for about 10 hours now, so my outsole durability mileage may vary.
Thanks for the read! Yeah every time I post, someone ask what’s up with the tape haha.

YMMV: For the use of orthotic, it was actually uncomfortable to use my custom ones in. 2 things happened within 30 mins:

1. My heel started to slip
2. My arch and big toe began to ache in pain.

So I decided to just use the soft insole they give you as a last ditch effort. It worked thank goodness. I read afterwards that kswiss is known to give people with feet issues good alleviations in stock form. So it all kind of makes sense in this non-scientific fashion.
 
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CiscoPC600

Hall of Fame
I just ordered the HC2.

I am from being a NB Fresh Foam Lav lover, that was disappointed with it being converted to the CT Rally. I went back to Gel Res 9, and I started having weird soreness/pain in the bottom of my feet the next day after each session. So I ordered these HC2 based on foot doctor's review. Hoping it works out.
 
Please give us an update after playing with the HC2. I am also a Fresh Foam Lav V1 lover but my stocks are running extremely low. My last 3 pairs of Lav should only have a few months left.
 

a10best

Legend
does this one have a wide toe area?
I tried on some other k-swiss hypercourt express and they have the writing on the toe so I did not buy it. No way was I having that.
 
does this one have a wide toe area?
I tried on some other k-swiss hypercourt express and they have the writing on the toe so I did not buy it. No way was I having that.
They were wide enough for me. Im slightly wider than a width D but I can not fit a 2E. These felt good to me.

If you have a 2E it might feel cramped, but thats personal. Order and try on. If no good out of the box return for something else.
 
Update on wear...this is about after 42 hours of play. Purchased on April 15th and last day worn was June 8th. In terms of weeks used they almost lasted me 8 weeks. Thats a win in my book. I play very aggressive with bad foot work. Below are photos of bottom right with midsole showing and left shoe with the wear from sliding on my inside foot.

I might switch to these from the lacoste ULT23s just because of pure cost saving and generally similar performance with more support. Still a top 2 shoe for me.

I have some ultrashot 3s on the way, hope they last longer.

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