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Victor SH9000ACE

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by wuldup, Jan 1, 2012.

  1. jason1975

    jason1975 Regular Member

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    Hi, I know u r asking renmazuo, but i can also provide you some ideas. I have a yonex shoe 28cm and also this victor 27cm shoe. If u feel comfortable with your euro42 yonex shoes, then I think euro 42 victor shuld fit you well too. I choose a cm small to what I usually wear and I feel slightly tight already IMO
     
  2. Renmazuo27

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    @Kazoo, my feet are 24cm so I generally wear size US size 8 everyday shoes. However I do get the odd anomaly when I have to wear 7's or even 6's (this was for a pair of top-siders) I bought. In terms of different shoes, it's hard to pinpoint as different brands have measurements for a size 6.
    I would advise trying on a badminton shoe of a particular brand to get your size before buying.
    @Licin, as Jason said, both victor and Yonex have similar sizes as I own size 8's of two different model shoes from both manufactures and both fit perfectly. But if you can, always try them on before you buy
     
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    @jason1975 & Renmazuo27

    Thanks for the answer given..
     
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    haha yea i know, i already bought it when i ask you :x
     
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    How does this shoe compare to the shb 65ft? I cant decide which to buy...
     
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    Just choose what u like the most.. Both yonex or victor will never fail u, imho on the higher end model. I owned bot shb102ltd n sh8500d. Now i order sh9000ace but i just stock up may onwards. Worth of waiting i guess.
     
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    My 9000s just came in the other day and I got to use it today. Initial feel they are very comfortable, cosmetics are beautiful. The shoes are also very light. However for some reason I still prefer my 8600s. I think its because of the support i get from the 8600 but I'm still unsure since I only played for about an hour with them, I'll give more feedback once i get better acquainted with them.
     
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    cheapest price I can find for this model is $80 US.
     
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    And where would that be?


     
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    in Viet Nam bro, and i'm from GTA too, but not coming back til Sept.
     
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    I was gonna ask you to bring a pair if you were coming earlier!!!That is an attractive price nonetheless.

     
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    Too good to be true.... Is it typo? :p
     
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    Do you not find the 8600 Talon Guard to be overly stiff? I ditched my 8600Ace after a single session because they were digging into my outsole. There is such a thing as too much support...
     
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    Im currently wearing Yonex SHB102.
    And, I would like to know if the new Victor 9000ACE or Yonex SHBF1 would be more comfortable than SHB102. And, which one fits better for ppl with wide feet :)

    Can someone kindly post the comparison from the 3 shoes?

    Thanks
     
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    after waiting for months, I came to store to check out yesterday, for the yellow and black 9000ACE, nice appearance and good quality inside out, feel solid, I prefer this over YY F1, tried them on, too bad it's not for wide feet people. just wonder why they don't make 2 version, wide and normal size.
    Nightbird: I prefere Mizuno if I were you, Sportcheck has them. Mizuno badminton shoes are $120/pair way over than YY F1 or 9000 Ace here.
    Photossed, the 9000ace will last you atleast twice the YY F1, and very light compare to regular shoes but a bit heavier than F1, I would estimate about 10 gr for size 39 or US 6.5
     
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    Just ordered a pair from Eric today.Will try them out and see.

     
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    Anybody knows how much for this shoes in malaysia?
    Damn it look so nice.
     
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    if u want, AJ got stocks atm. I just bought it yesterday....retail price is RM599, but u can get it at best price upon nego with the Uncle Jon. gudluck...
     
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    to add, this shoes is superb...had tried it last night for full session, straight out from the box. highly recommended...its feel solid than my YY shb102ltd, eventhough i think YY is lil bit lighter. YES, it's great companion to my mx60.... :)
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