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Li-Ning VS Yonex [ Footwear ]

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by bmtfreak123, Apr 8, 2012.

  1. necrohiero

    necrohiero Regular Member

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    I've tried Hero 2 in Store.. It felt strange, (maybe because it was only a quick try)
     
  2. SpursIndonesia

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    I just want to share this picture, it was taken when my friend's Li-Ning Twister shoes got broken in the middle of the game (quite spectacularly if you can imagine it, lol). Well, the shoe is old, about 4 years in age, his fault for not replacing it earlier -but aside from the dried up glue, the outer look of the shoes is still decent & the grip is still playable, so pardon his ignorance.

    The blue rounded shape pie is a special EVA material that makes up the Cushion tech of Li-Ning brand it seems. Pressed on, it does feel soft yet bouncy, ala Yonex's power cushion. Perhaps not as good, but it's there, though in my opinion, it is still a bit too little amount for its own good. Li-Ning material is indeed pretty tough, if not for the glue it will still be usable & playable enough.

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