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    one thing i noticed is that the F1 MX doesnt have the wave pattern insoles that the F1 LTD or 65FT has. But is an extra RM80 premium for it worth it? :S

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    There seems to be a new version of the SHBF1LTD:
    http://www.yonex.com/badminton/racquets/limited_editions.html
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    New shoes SHB-F1RX and SHB-86LTD. I believe the SHB-86LTD will be comparable in quality to the JP SHB-65FT.
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    These shoes look horrible....

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    I think they look great! Especially the 86. They've also done a recolour of the VTZF, as I know you said you didn't like the original one. Picture on the Yonex website isn't zoomed in enough though, so I'm not sure if I like it or not. Doesn't look too great though :L

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    i using shb f1 mx,these shoes really good, fast responvise..

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    I saw the SHB F1 MX (Blue), and they actually look alright. The blue really adds to the look of the shoe. THe SHB F1 LTD looks pretty horrible. It is very plain.

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    the F1 MX looks wider too than the ltd , and i heard than the F1 ltd is wider than the 86ex. so it all depends on how it feels like when you wear them

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    Can anyone tell me how padded these shoes are? I have a pair of old yonex top end shoes 2/3 yrs old and especially on the bit that you pull back to get your foot in (the flap) there is no padding there what so ever. Also how much padding is around the ankle area? Is it thick and cushiony or really stiff and solid? The problem I have atm is that my asics running shoes are way more comfortable than my victor shoes - SH8500. Does the fact that these don't have a lateral claw improve their comfort?

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    Default Yonex SHB-F1 LTD 'Olympic' edition

    The so-called SHB-F1 LTD 'Olympic' edition shoes are here. In terms of looks, I much prefer this pair than the normal SHB-F1 LTD which I think a tad too plain and dull. Looking at the actual product gives one a much better perspective. Most times actual view is better but sometimes promotional pictures do embellish the actual product.
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    The SHB-F1 LTD 'Olympic' edition with the SHB-F1 LTD.
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    Rear side view.
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    whats the priced for white ltd and black (olympic) ltd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MistrYpsilon View Post
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    Scientifically contoured, the Ergoshape provides more comfort and stability in the forefoot and toe area of the shoe.

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    The Lateral Claw construction stabilizes the sides of the feet to prevent lateral movement upon landing. This transfers more power into the next step.

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    The 'Y Symbol' design covers from the heel to the instep area providing an improved support capability to the shoes.

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    The YONEX Power Cushion effectively absorbs shock then reverses the impact energy for smooth transfer into the next movement. Compared with urethane, the YONEX Power cushion construction provides 3 times more shock absorbing power.

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    The YONEX Round Sole is designed to provide all-around support for quick and smooth footwork. The Round Sole integrated into the forefoot and heel of the shoe minimize power loss, ensuring smooth movements the transfer of maximum energy into successive movements

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    For agile and stable footwork, the Hexagrip pattern provides 3% more grip and is 20% lighter than standard sole material.

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    For agile and stable footwork, the Hexagrip pattern provides 3% more grip and is 20% lighter than standard sole material.

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    For agile and stable footwork, the Hexagrip pattern provides 3% more grip and is 20% lighter than standard sole material.

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    The YONEX Round Sole is designed to provide all-around support for quick and smooth footwork. The Round Sole integrated into the forefoot and heel of the shoe minimize power loss, ensuring smooth movements the transfer of maximum energy into successive movements

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    Nice pics, wrong thread :P

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    I wonder how much the price of SHB F1 Ltd (Olympic Edition) in Singapore?

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    what is the difference with 86LTD and 65FT (JP)? anyone knows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    New shoes SHB-F1RX and SHB-86LTD. I believe the SHB-86LTD will be comparable in quality to the JP SHB-65FT.
    Now available at MBS. Only F1LTD and 86LTD, no F1RX.

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