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What are the best shuttlecocks for Outdoor play?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by vkfan926, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. vkfan926

    vkfan926 New Member

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    I'm not sure if this topic has been brought up but I need some help. What shuttlecocks do you reccomend for playing outside on grass. I'm really looking for durability because i keep on having to buy more.
     
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    If i were u...i'd buy plastic birdies...
    and plastic birdies can last a long time
     
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    Buy some cheap Wilson Championship ones, they'll last for quite a bit. It's more durable than the Yonex Mavis by far.
     
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    Plastics for certain, if your looking to get as close to Feather as you can Mavis 370's from Yonex are the closest, but if its just something for knocking about Talbot Torros are half the price.
     
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    yea i agree their prety good on grass but just a warning DONT GO ON PAVEMNET THEY GO BYE BYE with a few smashs... T.T

    hmmm try Carlton T-800's for that weirdish cork and f2 for the regualer kind of cork ...

    and by wierd i mean has no leather thingy...
     

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