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Black Marks on shoe?

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by Tommii, Mar 18, 2012.

  1. Tommii

    Tommii Regular Member

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    Hi there, recently i purchased the dhb09 and after 5 times of use, i noticed black marks on my shoes, i play on matting (Ace Badminton & ClearOne) What causes this?

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    probably marks from court.
    Maybe take another picture of different angles so we can see it well
     
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    No markings on court.
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    Thats a better view, Yea it is from when you lunge and your rubbers along the court.
    This has happened to me on my SHB-85EX
    I'll upload a picture because I think it is similar
     
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    What do you mean rubbers? I still do not understand why it's black. WHy not green like the court?
     
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    Oh sorry, I mean rubs.
    I'm not sure why... I play on a wooden court and it is the same
     
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    This is my old SHB-85EX
     
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    Looks more like it's tearing than marking.
     
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    I don't use them anymore but this was caused from deep lunges
     
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    those markings on the inside of your non dominant shoe is actually a good sign that you are doing those deep lunges properly ;)
     
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    Woo!!! hahaha I hate those marks because I thought it was because of bad footwork but any way I am thinking on what shoes I am going to buy next after my SHB-85EX wear out. hmmm SHB-65FT or F1 ?
     
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    I'm getting the f1 for sure lol
     
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    I have got to tell those shoes fell really light in your hand
     
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    the black marks on the first pick is a product of you accidentally kicking your shoes when cross your legs, i suspect. the second one is when you drag your trailing leg when you lunge.

    i hear that the f1 is wider than the 86EX / 65ft, also 86ex is just 10-30 grams heavier than f1 mx, didnt exceed 300 grams (size US 9)
     

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