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    Quote Originally Posted by tpcml View Post
    Thanks.

    Yes, they are great shoes. Grippy yet enough cushioning to protect my sore knees.
    Quick question, you have plantar fasciitis (flat feet) aswell? If yes, do you have custom orthotics that you slip them in? Does it benefit even more stability/cushioning wise?

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    Not sure - never tried custom insoles in any shoe before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tpcml View Post
    Thanks.

    Yes, they are great shoes. Grippy yet enough cushioning to protect my sore knees.

    Agreed .....

    Had my first session with them yesterday .... and i was impressed !
    The shoes felt snug, well-cushioned, but light at the same time.
    Grip was excellent .... and my fat feet didn't hurt or feel sore, even after a 3 hour session.

    Overall a good pair of shoes .... both in looks and function.

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    The TRINITEC system looks very similar with the Nike Shox lol...possible trademark infringement? Just my observation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by !¿Clue?! View Post
    Quick question, you have plantar fasciitis (flat feet) aswell? If yes, do you have custom orthotics that you slip them in? Does it benefit even more stability/cushioning wise?
    The low cut shoes in the market cannot fit in flat foot insoles. Fitting them in by force is more likely get a sprained ankle instead as these shoes cannot provide ample support and stability when the insoles raised the level where your feet contacts the soles of the shoes. A mid cut may be able to fit in, one of them is Yonex SHD - 102 MD

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    What's the price ler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollargood View Post
    What's the price ler?


    While i'm not at liberty to post the price here (respecting the shop owner's wishes), all the hints you need are below.





    yeah, i am wondering as well.. It should be around Rm.400 or SGD 150, correct?

    It's around there .....

    Although it may seem a bit pricey, but the quality and construction of the shoes is very good.
    I havent't tried it for games yet ..... but by just wearing the shoes and walking around, it feels light, snug and comfortable.


    Alternatively, you can always call Chris or Elaine to check on stock availability (they didn't stock too many pairs of this great shoe) and make your way down to check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingboy View Post
    While i'm not at liberty to post the price here (respecting the shop owner's wishes), all the hints you need are below.












    Alternatively, you can always call Chris or Elaine to check on stock availability (they didn't stock too many pairs of this great shoe) and make your way down to check it out.
    Do they have the yellow/black version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dollargood View Post
    Do they have the yellow/black version?

    They do, i bought my pair there 2 weeks ago.

    But they have limited stocks ..... better to give them a call, let them know your size, and see whether they have stocks left.

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    Recently I just bought SHB-65T. Actually I am considering between SH9000ACE, end up I took back SHB-65T.
    For the design and technology wise, sure will be 9000Ace. Finally I give up due to the weight. Is heavier than 65T. And 65T is more comfortable.

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    can someone give a review between shb65ft and sh9000ace?

    confirm 65ft is better in term of cuhsioning n ligther?

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    Where I can buy a Victor SH9000ACE-E as cheapest? I'm looking for a seller, who offer an international shiping. I've seen a shop in vietnam, but he didn't give an answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nismo333 View Post
    Where I can buy a Victor SH9000ACE-E as cheapest? I'm looking for a seller, who offer an international shiping. I've seen a shop in vietnam, but he didn't give an answer
    E-Mail Eric: RKEPRacket@gmail.com

    He told me it will be available in March.

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    any ideas where can i find these in msia? i think i've only seen Victor's low range Rm150< on sale around my place

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    Quote Originally Posted by !¿Clue?! View Post
    E-Mail Eric: RKEPRacket@gmail.com

    He told me it will be available in March.
    Hey, thanks a lot for your help. Very kind from you. I hope he do offer a good price.

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    This shoe is available in Europe although there are limited stocks because it is so expensive.

    RRP in UK is £130 although i expect retailers will sell closer to £100. That said, it's a really impressive shoe but I can't see it doing well because there are as good shoes in the market selling for a lot less money. It's a shame that Victor cannot get a better pricepoint because this is a seriously good shoe and given the right price, could challenge Yonex and Asics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    That said, it's a really impressive shoe but I can't see it doing well because there are as good shoes in the market selling for a lot less money.
    Other than Yonex in the UK, what badminton shoe companies are doing really well over there?

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