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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    kwun, and for wide-footed people like you and me, there's the relatively cheap-priced SHB82WMD and SHB82W



    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    call me old school. but those look pretty decent and normal!
    Was expecting 82's to come out so haven't ordered anything still . Liking the 81's better but these 82 mid's look pretty decent as well (but don't see any "tech" upgrade on first sight http://www.yonex.co.jp/products/badshoes/shb82wmd.html looks light reduced weight as the main upgrade).
    Looks like me and Blitzzards have practically the same dimensions . Don't know about that being superwide, know more than a few that share it ... but certainly hardly anyone with even wider that I know of.
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    Ordered the white F1 LTD few days ago, i will be able to compare them between 102 ltd when i get them (probably in a couple of days). Cant wait to have them!

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    @Blitzzards:

    Are your feet flat as well as super wide? If so, then you should use orthotics to support your fallen arches. By doing this, you'll feel less pain and it'll also make your fore feet narrower so that it'll fit your shoes better.

    Sorry to be OT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    @Blitzzards:

    Are your feet flat as well as super wide? If so, then you should use orthotics to support your fallen arches. By doing this, you'll feel less pain and it'll also make your fore feet narrower so that it'll fit your shoes better.

    Sorry to be OT.
    Nope, I have a low to mid arch and I do just fine without any pain with the stock insoles in the 4E wide Yonex shoes. Thanks anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    ... As per my experience the very last time I have seen a 4E wide Yonex shoe in the SSEAN market (i.e. Yonex Sunrise SP) is the SHB80W SP back in 2008 ....
    Blitzzards, even those SHB80W aren't terribly wide. It's what I wear and I like them, but still tight across the metatarsals.
    I "second" your comments about folks not buying shoes too long to compensate for width. That is not healthy for blisters nor ankles.
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    I think the new SHB-F1 design is not very attractive, looks kind of dated to me.

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    Tried on the F1 today and I would say they are significantly lighter than any shoe I've tried. (Yonex, Victor)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    kwun, and for wide-footed people like you and me, there's the relatively cheap-priced SHB82WMD and SHB82W



    Both of these shoes really looks neat & clean..
    Unfortunately i can't wear this since, my foot is not wide

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    Quote Originally Posted by canti View Post
    Tried on the F1 today and I would say they are significantly lighter than any shoe I've tried. (Yonex, Victor)
    How about F1 cushion? if you could, please compare it to other shoes you have worn.

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    the F1 cushion is moderate nothing fantastic my victor 8600s have a lot more cushion but its about the same with the shb 100s i had before. But the shoe is indeed amazingly light I love it!

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    So, I have wide feet as well. Can we have a list which shoes are for wide feet? How come Yonex/Victor don't provide that information on their site?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Nope, I have a low to mid arch and I do just fine without any pain with the stock insoles in the 4E wide Yonex shoes. Thanks anyway
    @Blitzzards
    Hi, I think I have similar feet with yours. I am currently choosing between yonex F1Ltd and 86EX. Any recommendations?

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