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Mizuno Wave Smash 2

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by rx7kin, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. rx7kin

    rx7kin Regular Member

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    Hi all...not sure anyone know that where can i get this shoe in s'pore...any chance in Queensway?
     
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    Hi bro ..... :)

    Just want to confirm ...... are you referring to this pair?



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  3. rx7kin

    rx7kin Regular Member

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    Yes yes....can get in s'pore?
     
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    I dont think so bro ...... even if it ever comes to Singapore, it'll probably take quite some time.
    (God knows when that will be)
    Singapore seldom gets the latest Mizuno shoe models. :crying:

    Quite a few bros here already have this pair (me included). :D

    Most of them got this pair online from either Shuttle-House or Sohubuy.com
    But Sohubuy sells them at a much cheaper price.
    http://www.sohubuy.com/slist.asp?factory=mizuno&sort=2&topage=1

    I personally got my pair in Japan when i was there during my Complany trip in January this year.
    Although it cost me much more than it would if you ordered online, i just had to satisfy my curiousity as to why there was such a huge price difference between them.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...-do-YOU-wear?p=1615563&viewfull=1#post1615563

    Hope this helps ...... :p
     
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    okok..thanks bro...i was looking at it too at sohubuy.com too......thanks thanks...really appreciate it....
     
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    no worries ..... its a great shoe. :D

    Happy shopping !
     
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    I am interested in these shoes. Since these are not available in Singapore to test-fit, can someone who owns these shoes help me to determine the correct shoe size? I currently wear a stretched out SHB-101LTD (damn lateral claws). Should I order the same size for the Mizuno Wave Smash Wide or order 0.5 size larger or smaller?

    Thanks.
     
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    Sorry bro .... i cant really help you here, as i've never owned a pair of Yonex's. :eek:

    If you could figure out the size of your Yonex's in CM, then you'd probably have a better idea of what size Mizuno's to get. :D





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    Thanks, that is very helpful.

    I am used to US sizes and, until your post, it never occurred to me that the CM on the shoe tag referred to my foot length in centimeters.

    Silly me, I always thought it was another country code.:eek:
     
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    heh heh heh ..... i just found that out not too long ago myself. :eek:

    Made my 'shoe-buying' life much more easier. :D

    Happy shopping !
     
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    Juz compare it with ur army boots and u will remember easier....coz army boots will be in 270, 277, 285 which is actually in mm :)
     
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    Is it too wide for a normal sized foot?
     

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