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Victor sh a820

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by decoy, Aug 3, 2014.

  1. decoy

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    Just bought a pair of these in the yellow/ blue colour
     
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    First pair of Victor shoes for me, haven't played in them yet but they seem very comfortable...
     
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    Looking for get a pair of this shoes. Any comments so far?
     
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    By naming it a lower model number and pricing it cheaper than A850, does Victor mean it to have less performance?

    Colours are nice though.
     
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    haven't worn them on court yet, waiting for my yonex shb01 to be ruined first. but trying them around the house, first impressions are pretty positive. they are pretty light and well cushioned, toe area seems to be roomier and bit wider than my yonex so that will be good for people who need wider fitting shoes. support/ cushioning around the ankle is quite thick but feels comfortable. the size of the shoe seems to be a bit chunkier than the shb 01 though....
     
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    Yes, the A820 does look chunkier and longer than the SHB-01.
    Are both the same size?
     
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    Yep, both the same size.
    I tried a few li nings too before I got the victors (bought from e78 in hk) but the sizes didn't seem to fit as well for me; they were either a bit too small or a bit too big.
     
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    Recently, I have gotten my close friend's help to get A820 when he was on his overseas trip.

    My first impression for A820 would be that it is very luminous yellow pair of shoe where everyone around me will notice it's presence. It would score a 9/10 for beauty (Bumblebee)

    After which, I proceed to wear it for a 2 hr game. As compared to usual Mizuno wave lighting RX3, I felt that the toes area is equally roomy. However, it feels pretty tight at region along the rear of feet (somewhere along the side smallest toe). After a few games, my feet felt a little tired. This is something that I did not experience when I was wearing Mizuno RX3. Probably, it might take a few more game play to break into this pair of shoes.
     
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    Hey guys ive got a very good deal on these shoes and the sh lyd. Could any kind soul care to share some opinions? Thanks. Btw im currently using shp 9100 but i think its time for a change though
     

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