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Product Specifications

Color

Black/White/Poppy Red

Weight

12.6 Ounces (Size 8)

Item #

116934

Style #

WRS328320

US sales only.

Wilson Rush Pro 4.0 Men's Black/White/Poppy Red

The Wilson Rush Pro 4.0 upgrades dynamic court movement with a pair of innovations in the midsole and outsole. An evolution of the Rush Pro 3.5 chassis construction, 4D Support Chassis 2.0 splits the chassis into two pieces for a dual purpose. One piece runs under the foot for enhanced support and forward propulsion, while the other runs laterally for additional stability and control. In the forefoot, Energy Cell features a lightweight EVA foam designed to optimize energy return through impact for more explosive propulsion. Layer in a sleek silhouette, the result is a shoe that takes the popular Rush Pro franchise to all-new heights for design and performance.

  • 4D Support Chassis 2.0 extends under the foot to provide enhanced support and forward propulsion. The lateral piece runs from heel to toe for ultimate stability and control throughout dynamic movement.
  • Sensifeel 2.0 Minimally layered upper with an engineered mesh provides enhanced breathability, feel, comfort, and a homogeneous fit.
  • Endofit inner sock construction administers enhanced comfort, stability and an intuitive fit.
  • Medial Rubber Drag Pad overlay in the medial area supplies additional durability and protection when dragging the foot.
  • OrthoLite EVA Molded foam offers maximum cushioning and impressive longevity.
  • DF2 Heel-toe drop (9 mm) provides the best compromise between comfort and performance.
  • Duralast High-density, durable rubber compound provides abrasion resistance and maximum traction on all surfaces.
  • R-DST+ Midsole foam offers the best cushioning and rebound for dynamic performance.
  • Energy Cell Lightweight EVA foam in the forefoot lends a softer feel for optimal body weight transfer through impact, creating more explosive acceleration.
  • Designed for best performance on all court surfaces