Customer Reviews Of:
Wilson Rush NGX Tennis Shoes (For Men)

Closeouts. Plushly cushioned, lightweight and durable, Wilson's Rush NGX tennis shoes feature a molded polyurethane upper and a padded collar for responsive performance.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by They call me Bruce from Austin TX on Sunday, June 21, 2015
    I got the lime green and grey color. I've ha lots of complements followed by where did you get those? there light, breath well , and have excellent support.
  • Reviewed by Greg from MIchigan on Thursday, January 8, 2015
    I purchased these in a size 10 for racquetball ball. I didn't realize that there was as much plastic as there was on the outside, but it didn't bother me. All of the gray "webbing" across most of the outside of the shoe and the green band around the "W" logo is plastic. Not a problem for me, but it didn't really show up that way in the photo, so just be aware if you don't like plastic on the outside of the shoe.

    The shoes are well made and very comfortable. They do appear narrow, but the upper stretches somewhat, so they were comfortable on my wide feet.

    The main issue I have is that the bottom soles are a full inch longer than my other size 10 racquetball ball shoes. This actually caused me to "stub" my toe occasionally. I have gotten used to them somewhat, but because of this, I only use them for practice, not for matches.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by jb from wv on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
    good qualify - well made
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tennis fanatic from New Mexico on Thursday, October 16, 2014
    Good fit. Big toe box. Lots of cushion. Good support.
  • Reviewed by Robert C from Sunnyvale, CA on Tuesday, October 7, 2014
    I normally wear a men size size 8 , width 4E, or mens size 8.5 2E, and all my fellow mens tennis players also wear a 2E or 4E size. Previously I had purchased Wilson tour vision 2 in mens size 8.5 M.
    I purchased wilson rush ngx size 8.5M here, and found them about 1/2 inch too long and way too narrow with tennis socks.
    Another potential problem is the soft top above the very front of the shoe -toe draggers may wear a hole in the very front of the shoe.

    Finally the shoes have a lot of hard plastic on the sides around the W logo, which is very inflexible and prevents the feet from ventilating in this area -not sure if that's good on hot days with long tennis matches.

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