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    I can definitely wait few days for your reviews!! thank

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    They guy who bought the 9000Ace from my retailer has a number of Yonex shoes size UK9, 27.5cm if I remember correctly.

    The Victor shoe fit perfectly. He took them straight out of the box and after wearing them a few minutes declared they were the most comfortable he he'd ever worn. He played a match in them that night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    They guy who bought the 9000Ace from my retailer has a number of Yonex shoes size UK9, 27.5cm if I remember correctly.

    The Victor shoe fit perfectly. He took them straight out of the box and after wearing them a few minutes declared they were the most comfortable he he'd ever worn. He played a match in them that night.

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    I am glad I bought it.. after hearing so many good reviews about it

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    Jason

    Don't expect to hear anything but good comments from you when you receive the shoes.

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    haha I hope so!! Paul can I ask u something? If I usually wear 27cm and it is slightly loose at the front of the shoe, is it alright if i choose 25cm or 26cm?

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    Jason

    I would get as close to what you normally wear. Bear in mind your feet swell when you're running around a badminton court so the last thing you need is to put undue pressure on your toes.

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    Saw these things in real life recently... wish I hadn't bought those 101LTD now.

    Still, the price would sting, assuming I could find them at all over here.

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    I know where you can get them!

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    Jason,

    I've had two 2hr sessions with my 9000 ACE-D's now and they are one comfy shoe! It hugs your foot and feels very snug with plenty of cushioning and support. Definitely true about wearing them straight out of the box. They do not need a wearing in period at all...

    I wear mine for training and drills and I feel no shock or fatigue whatsoever. This is probably due to the shoe being quite light yet very solid in feel.

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    Told you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
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    If West End Rocker comes in tomorrow... expect an email.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renmazuo27 View Post

    I've had two 2hr sessions with my 9000 ACE-D's now and they are one comfy shoe! It hugs your foot and feels very snug with plenty of cushioning and support. Definitely true about wearing them straight out of the box. They do not need a wearing in period at all...
    Hey Renmazuo, can you measure your feet to give an idea of how the size of these shoes correlate to foot size? I know a lot of shoes fit differently and was just wondering if badminton shoes fit differently than normal everyday shoes.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAbuyh76gt View Post
    make size US12?
    The largest size listed on their website is 29.5 cm, which I think comes out to US size 11.5... unless you can somehow special order larger sizes? Otherwise, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renmazuo27 View Post
    Jason,

    I've had two 2hr sessions with my 9000 ACE-D's now and they are one comfy shoe! It hugs your foot and feels very snug with plenty of cushioning and support. Definitely true about wearing them straight out of the box. They do not need a wearing in period at all...

    I wear mine for training and drills and I feel no shock or fatigue whatsoever. This is probably due to the shoe being quite light yet very solid in feel.
    I got my shoe today Renmazuo. Didnt get to try it in game yet but did wear it for awhile and moving around. Its just said you said, the shoe really hug my foot well and tight enough, which give me the solid feel. It is very comfortable to wear, but I think it is slightly tight for me. I usually wear 28cm and I choose 27cm for this shoe because the previous shoe was pretty loose and doesnt give me the comfortable and solid feel when i moved around. It is only tight at the both side of the feet, but still got plenty room for toes, so it shuld be fine. I hope the shoe will be abit loose after I wear it for sometime lol. It is an awesome shoe!!!

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    @Renmazuo 27

    If i usually wear EUR42 Yonex Shoes, Will EUR 42 Victor shoes fit for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    @Renmazuo 27

    If i usually wear EUR42 Yonex Shoes, Will EUR 42 Victor shoes fit for me?
    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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazoo View Post
    Hey Renmazuo, can you measure your feet to give an idea of how the size of these shoes correlate to foot size? I know a lot of shoes fit differently and was just wondering if badminton shoes fit differently than normal everyday shoes.

    Thanks
    @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.
    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    @Renmazuo 27

    If i usually wear EUR42 Yonex Shoes, Will EUR 42 Victor shoes fit for me?
    @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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