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Yonex shoes???

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by Wins, Jun 10, 2001.

  1. Wins

    Wins Regular Member

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    I just bought AR75. what does SHB stands for ?? AR is aerotus.
    where can i get SHB shoes in singapore?? have u all saw this shoes call the all-england ??
     
  2. BaMBaM

    BaMBaM Guest

    SHB - shoes badminton

    SHT - shoes tennis
     
  3. mustafa

    mustafa Guest

    Wins, didn't you notice that I was wearing the SHB 90 and later changed to the SHB 92 last Saturday while we were playing at Bishan Sports Hall? You could have asked me then. :(
    Anyways, you can buy them at Hougang Sports Hall or Bras Basah Complex for about S$85 and S$120 respectively.
     
  4. modious

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    AR is like the lower end of the yonex badminton shoe line.
    It's quite hard to find SHB shoes in Singapore because they're expensive.
    About $85-$120. Not many people are willing to fork out that amount of money!
    But I think the SHB shoes are lighter and more flexible than the AR series.
     
  5. Wins

    Wins Regular Member

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    oic...but nvm, i bought the AR shoes already.
     
  6. Daniel Chen

    Daniel Chen Guest

    AR aren't badminton shoes

    they are just normal sneakers that look like badminton shoes.

    i wear AR shoes(one that look like SHB-90) when i'm walking around, and SHB-92 when i'm playing badminton.
     

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