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    IMHO, the SH8600ACE has more cushion than the SH9000ACE. I have both.

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    Yep, there's no Yonex shoe that's quite comparable to the SH9000. They're flatter than any Yonex, really - but the support is probably equal (or slightly superior) to the top-of-the-line YY, so SHB102 in this case. The F1M was a softer shoe. Can't say anything about the new ones....

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    The F1 super-light shoe was not a great success for Yonex. i heard the shoe wore out quite quickly and that's always the problem when trying to make the shoe lighter. That's the reason the shoe was in the catalogue for only one year.

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    I can report that for me my sh9000ace (wasp stylee) shoes have out performed in durability my previous 2 Yonex shoes (101's & 102's)

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    Craigandy

    I've heard that from a number of players so thank you for reminding me.

    I am generally light on my feet and my courttime is usually coaching rather than playing. As such, I get a lot more life out of a pair of shoes.

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    As a matter on interest, how many of you have got the 9000 shoes in green?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    As a matter on interest, how many of you have got the 9000 shoes in green?

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    I do!

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    Not many on this forum wearing them, or not readnig this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
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    shows us the pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    shows us the pics
    There's another thread I believe with those colour shoes.

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    I have them - but have recently worn other shoes, as I had some heel/achilles issues and the flat 9000s are not really the shoes you wanna wear when any part of your foot or leg hurts

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    I have them - but have recently worn other shoes, as I had some heel/achilles issues and the flat 9000s are not really the shoes you wanna wear when any part of your foot or leg hurts
    Actually I get a worse blisters from the more cushioned shoes, especially a blister I get on the side of my right heel from the compression during lunges. The flat 9000s are better for not "pinching" this area.

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    Not talking about blisters here - those you just have to endure! The problem is that they have little cushioning so a slight injury or strained joint/tendon will hurt more compared to other shoes (and usually be strained even more, worsening the pain further).

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Not talking about blisters here - those you just have to endure!
    I know I got that As i was saying though for me I do not have to endure those blister anymore, not with the more rigid sole of the 9000's. You painted the picture "when any part of your foot/leg hurts." Blisters were my most common foot pain but now, not. I was just giving a flip side.

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    Ah. Sorry, I misunderstood Should have been more specific in my op then...for me, minor blisters occur in every shoe, but very rarely. My skin has adjusted well to the abuse

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    j4ckie, I have these shoes too and I can't imagine how you can play with them on your hard floors? Concrete or suspended hardwood?

    With those floors I definitely have to use the Spenco Total Support Max replacement insoles for much better cushioning.

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    So that's why my 9000ACE feel so "hard" and overall lacks cushioning! So a change of insoles will improve the shoes cushioning?

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