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Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by Sgbad, Mar 28, 2008.
My new Asics Gel BLAST 3; arrived this morning.
waiting for the Feedback !!
I usually prefer red but that looks really nice. I'm tempted... Hows the sizing compare to other shoes u have tried. So i may get an idea of what size to order since i do not think they sell these here.
They fit very well actually. This is my first pair of Asics in over 2 years. All my previous shoes have either been Yonex or Wilson. Although I am usually a size 10 UK (for my everyday walking shoes etc), my last pairs of Yonex shoes have all been a size 10.5; this doesn't surprise as Yonex are an Asian brand and tend to be that little bit smaller. I also had a similar situation with a pair of Wilson Elite shoes whereby I had to go a half size larger again. Not the case with my Asics. I have very broad feet and a size 10 UK fits me perfectly. However, I would never recommend purchasing a pair of shoes without trying them on first.
Just bought it . . Gonna try it soon.
My brand new Asics Gel-Beyond B002N
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nice shoe bro...nice colour also...
my new Asics Gel Beyond.
my MIZUNO WAVE FANG WIDE
my shoes. Asics volleycross 3 .
my shoes .
Asics volleycross 3
You know, I'm really quite amazed that the new Victor shoes won a design award in Taiwan this week.
The trend at the moment is 'Lightweight', and not only do these new shoes not look that light, but they also just look like every other pair of badminton shoes on the market.
Yonex have finally figured it out and released their new superlight shoe, but still, badminton is about 2 years behind the rest of the sports market in developing new shoes that have the same support as a regular shoe, but take advantage of lightweight construction for faster movement.
After searching around for awhile, finally I found something for my US12 4E feet. Felt like taking forever for a perfect fit but once I tried it, straightly made up my mind to purchase it. Had 3 sessions so far and yes, its gonna be my main shoes now. Im aware its an older model, but perfect fit + decent bargain = couldnt ask for more. The previous TVR437 would have to be downgraded as gym/casual as the forefoot cutting was too narrow, damn, is my foot still growing, sideways ?
Is this wave lightning 6 ?
THe pictures are really beautiful!!
It's Wave Lightning 5.
Thanks Adrian. Sharing the love of badminton
Yeah, don't bother with the Badminton brands for Badminton, if you have big feet.
I'm still a MASSIVE fan of the Nike Kobe VI. Don't make the mistake of actually trying a pair on, because I can 100% guarantee that if you do, you will buy a pair.
The new Yonex shoes have finally got on the 'Lightweight' bandwagon, but the Kobe's have been all about that for a couple of generations, so when you combine that fact with the fact that basketball shoes aren't just small shoes scaled up like most other shoes are, when you try a pair on it all 'clicks'.
where you bought it? the promotion until when?.