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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    Yes, correct more affordable is more appropriate word...

    Have you ever worn both JP Shoes & SP shoes at the same time back & forth from brand new condition, comparing side to side ?
    If anyone have tried as per Licin said, kindly share to us...we keen to know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    i think 1 SP shoes each year would be better. 8 months+ and mine's almost dying
    I agree with your opinion, moomoo... 1 SP shoes each year is still economical, hence considerable for me..

    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    For me even buying the SHB-65FT would last about a year
    1 JP Shoes each year is much more better... however the cost of JP shoes are almost double than SP shoes on my area. Unless we could purchase our JP shoes on our vacation or business trip at HK, CHN, or JP, 1 JP shoes each year is not my call...

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    For me even buying the SHB-65FT would last about a year
    I said this because I lunge really deeply so there are black marks on the inside of my badminton my previous and current SHB-85EX have black marks from lunges on my left foot (I am right handed)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kelzer View Post
    I tried a pair of 86EX on this evening and compared to the 92MX they felt a little bit heavier but not that much. The fit of the 92MX was better and this is what I noticed the most. Little bit disappointed but I suppose the 86 isn't really a replacement for the 92. Still trying to find a pair of 92MX white/red size 27.0cm.
    You said try SHB-F1, if I am not wrong these are the replacement for SHB-92s
    SHB-F1s are the lightest shoes Yonex have made

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    They are nice webs i used to wear the shb 102's but switched to these and the comfort is alot nicer in these

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I said this because I lunge really deeply so there are black marks on the inside of my badminton my previous and current SHB-85EX have black marks from lunges on my left foot (I am right handed)
    if you slide your left foot along using the side of your big toe, it should create black marks. If you force yourself down so that your ankle almost touches the ground (which btw is a different angle) you should get a little hole slightly higher then the meta-tarsals (or whatever you call them, the toe-foot joint). YONEX specifically reinforced that area with some extra rubber im pretty sure, so there shouldn't be too many black marks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    if you slide your left foot along using the side of your big toe, it should create black marks. If you force yourself down so that your ankle almost touches the ground (which btw is a different angle) you should get a little hole slightly higher then the meta-tarsals (or whatever you call them, the toe-foot joint). YONEX specifically reinforced that area with some extra rubber im pretty sure, so there shouldn't be too many black marks.
    My other pair of SHB-85EX have black marks now... I feel sad....

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    Just quick new report, i played a tournament in these today and i found these had everything i needed the grip on them was fantastic and although i cannot judge the durability properly yet i feel like im going to be using these for a while

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    Default Yonex SHB-86EX LTD 'Olympic' edition

    The gold SHB-86EX LTD 'Olympic' edition are here. The Yonex gold series 'Olympic' shoes will definitely attract some stares on the badminton court . This came after the gold F1-LTD that came a couple of weeks earlier.
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    They look very nice but still prefer the orange 1's

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    aramistuscany you beat me to the punch, I just picked up 2 pairs from Yonex 2 days ago and now have a chance to post up a picture of them. They dont look to bad and I quite like them actually, still like the orange ones too. The different material for the gold is nice as well but I like the orange material more.

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    Yes, I agree. I feel the orange version material is softer and more comfortable to the touch. The LTD editions are 'pvc-like', water resistant material. Similar to the SHB-85, SHB-85 LTD series.

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    The orange one has some texture to it and feels more solid and like it wont rip, scuff, or really have anything happen to it. The gold looks a lot more PVC like you said and feels substantially less durable/solid in the gold parts than the orange ones.

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    Well, let us know the performance between these two and your reviews/comments/issues . I am thinking of getting the JP orange or maybe the white version SHB-65FT here locally, if they are still available.

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    Hi nbonkowsky,

    is there a gluing problem for area circled in blue?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HardSmasher View Post
    Hi nbonkowsky,

    is there a gluing problem for area circled in blue?
    There was just excess glue that was located there.

    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    Well, let us know the performance between these two and your reviews/comments/issues . I am thinking of getting the JP orange or maybe the white version SHB-65FT here locally, if they are still available.
    I did have a problem with them though as the shoe lace hole ripped not to long after using It, may just be a one off case for me though. All 3 shoes are different in terms of material quality I noticed though. The orange having "the best" material from what I noticed but I like the look of the white a lot.

    performance wise though they all felt the same, same fit/comfort/grip it was simply the material and color difference that was there. I feel like these are actually some durable shoes for all that I have put them through (orange 3rd pair of them, 1st pair gold and 1st pair white) I go through lots of shoes quick and most shoes last me 3 months these have on average lasted a little longer than that. I know that I will completely destroy shoes while training in China that is why I acquired a few more for the trip over there.

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    Out of all of the SHB-86/65FT, I prefer the SHB-65FT in white, I don't really like orange so, but everyone is different and have different tastes....

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