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Shoes ripped

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by jinchu, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. jinchu

    jinchu Regular Member

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    Why did my shoe rip this way? yeyaya.jpg
    It is ripped on the sides.
    is my footwork incorrect, or is this usual for everyone?
     
  2. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    Are you wearing your shoes on the correct feet?:p
     
  3. amleto

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    lol @ LD.

    that is very bizarre wearing. the wear should be on the inside, not the outside. And to get ripper, rather than worn through... very strange.
     
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    Strange. Those are not fake Yonex shoes right?
     
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    IMO, maybe your feet are too big for the shoes, that's why it rips
     
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    maybe you're the incredible hulk and you don't know it? :D
     
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    1. where did you get those shoes? how much?
    2. how much do you weigh?
    3. do you play mainly singles or doubles? at what level? (beginner, intermediate, advanced, national?)
     
  8. jinchu

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    Those are authentic. Got them at browns.Paid a hundred canadian.I weigh 145 poundsI play advanced.
     
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    Toe nails trimmed regularly? :D
     
  10. jinchu

    jinchu Regular Member

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    Lmao im sure my pinky toes aren't razor sharp ;D haha
     
  11. jinchu

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    Oh sorry i forgot to quote.I paid a 100 canadian and i weigh 145 age 17 5'6And play advanced doubles and singles
     
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    wow...

    either u r too powerful for your shoe..

    or your shoe is too lousy for u....

    buy a new pair of beta shoe...
     
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    Are your foot too wide for that shoes?
    Do you feel sore on your foot after wearing those shoes for playing badminton?
     
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    my friend who plays in Malaysia Circuit using this shoes also had the same torn patterns with you. but he just taped it. :p
     
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    replaced a more robust shoe i guess u play too much of left n right on the front net or pushing urself to the limit to retrive drop shots from someone.

    asics sensei with rhino skin should solve ur problem.
     
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    Do you wash and dry your shoes in the sunlight etc? This coupled with wide feet could rip the hardened leather.
     
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    I actually do feel sore, i think my feet were too wide.. I bought a 92mx pearl white : )
     
  18. jinchu

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    Well i do have wide feet, but i dont wash it at all ot dry it haha
     
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    My SHB100LTD's ripped similarly but after 2 years. Upgraded to SHB200's and they ripped within a month, got the SHB101's and they lasted 2.5 years with minor tears. I wore the rubber grip down to the sole and it's can still go longer, but chose not to since the grip is compromised. Recently got the SHB102LTD and they ripped within 3 months and they looked brand new. Yonex quality is really going down. My next pair will be Li Ning or Victor if I can't get them warrantied.
     
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    Wow....SHB 102 LTD in just 3 months, OMG..
    Could you please post a picture?
    How intense do you usually play in a week?
     

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