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Yonex shoes size chart..

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by Reiko, Oct 1, 2007.

  1. Reiko

    Reiko Regular Member

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    Can anyone post a yonex shoes size chart for men and women? Thank you!
     
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    Hi Riko

    If you use CM sizing, you do not have to worry about if it's for men or women. Since Yonex shoes are a bit narrow and tight fit, you may have to go a 1/2 size up.
     
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    if u have panda size feet,

    yonex
    US 10.5 11 11.5 12
    cm 28.5 29 29.5 30
     
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    Panda size feet start at: 13.0US , but not Yonex...

    ...Adidas, Asics Tiger, Brooks, New Balance, Nike, Reebok, Saucony. Go figure, only Yonex is "off". :p
     
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    some Victor shoes are a bit off as well, 10.5US is 28cm
     
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    Riko,

    What Sealman has there is Mens. I believe this is what you are looking for but I would still refer using CM. This is Yonex.

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    That is a good chart... I find it very useful when shopping for non badminton shoes.
     
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    non badminton shoes? how about badminton shoes? :p
     
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    You can use it for both however it's still only a reference guide. You need to still try the shoe out first.

    In my case, for my Nike court shoes and walking, I normally wear US 8.5 (26.5CM). However when I tried Yonex shoe the same size, the US 8.5 was too so I need to go a 1/2 size up to compensate.
     
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    Have you tried google, I think you can find something usful there.
     
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    All,

    Got a pair of SHB 100 MX's using this chart and it worked! (didn't even try the shoes on) The shoes fit very nicely!
     
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    I guess it must be dependent on your feet. In any case, different factors would differ.
     
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    LOL if Panda Sized Feet are like that, most men in america are like pandas o_O...hell probably world! lolz....almost all guys that i know are 10 1/2 and higher...i, myself am 10 1/2 - 11....speaking of which, i need some 100mx's ><
     
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    Can anyone confirm that the Yonex UK10 is equivalent to US10.5?

    Much appreciated!
     
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    If this shoe is regarding your own size, you could drop by Tad's and just try the shoe sizes on. That will be the best answer since the UK/US/CM sizing is all listed on the box.
     
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    Caution on Yonex shoe sizes:

    My friend's dress shoe size is Women's 6 US = EUR 36 size.
    She bought a Power Cushion 90M in Jpn 23.5 which says 37.5 by Yonex.

    My dress shoe size is Women'a 6.5 MED US = EUR 37.
    My SHB100 Ltd is EUR 39, I bought Jpn 24.5 which says EUR 39.

    Both shoes fit nice and snug on my friend and my feet.

    So if you use your normal shoe size as a reference, you may need to go biggger on Yonex shoes, at least true for my friend and I = )
     
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