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Difference among yonex shoes models 100, 101, and 200

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by ionoo, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. Blitzzards

    Blitzzards Regular Member

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    Like I said quite some posts above, the SHB200 is for people with wide feet. It is of 4E design, which means wide feet profile, compared to the 3E of the SHB101 which is normal feet width.

    Then I guess most of the pros have wide feet like me :p
     
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    I've seen lots of the european players use the 101, mostly the LTD version.
     
  3. y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n

    y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n Regular Member

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    both the latest version such as SHB 200 and SHB 65CF doesn't have the "lateral claw" :eek: ??
     
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    Haven't you heard, the SHB-200 is for people with wide feet? The lateral claws narrow down the tip of the shoe making it uncomfortable for the wide feet. As for the SHB-65CF perhaps Yonex was attempting to design a new model with as much comfort as possible while getting rid of the fancier features such as the lateral claws.
     
  5. y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n

    y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n Regular Member

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    okay, now i heard you :D

    SHB 200 = wide feet

    wide feet = no lateral claw

    no lateral claw = wide feet
     
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    y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n Regular Member

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    Fleet FT BS 101 vs Yonex SHB 101

    look the same

    Fleet don't even bother to use a new number and use back the number 101

    can Yonex sue Fleet for copy right?

    come on, Fleet totally copy 100% from Yonex :mad:
     

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    Wow.... looks neat.... Hows the Feel when wearing it? is it comfortable? hows the fleet cushion for that shoe.
     
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    it's not durable as SHB101LTD..my friends bought it and the shoes ends in trash can..lol..
     
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    I've also tried the 100, 101 and 200 and it really depends on what I'm playing. The 200 are by far the most comfortable for me as I'm right between a 3E and 4E. I carry both with me sometimes and will switch shoes (101ltd when I play competitive).
     
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    New shoe for Datuk Lee? 269183_244476048896924_113403822004148_1117813_3173409_n.jpg
     

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