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    Default 5 Tips for beginners on how to Choose the right badminton shoes!

    Hey all! This is the very first video i made on youtube and guess what! It's about Badminton!!


    Here's the link below so do take a look! ^_^

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQ6tn2fQwYQ

    I made i pretty entertaining but i hope to get my point accross in a way that's easier to remember my points.


    Basically these are the points i covered.

    The 5 beginner Tips to choosing any shoe that's good for badminton are..

    1) Soft Inside
    2) Cushion
    3) Ankle Support
    4) Well Ventilated
    5) Light ( Not a must but definitely a bonus)


    Yep! And in the video i gave examples as to why are these points important.

    Sorry can't elaborate the points in detail now because i'm actually posting this while i'm work

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    Excellent advice.

    I wish to add one thing. The rubber outsole must have good grip!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    Excellent advice.

    I wish to add one thing. The rubber outsole must have good grip!!
    Thank you so much! ^_^ Yes and not just good grip, make sure the grip is bi-directional, because some rubber sole have poor grip at certain angles.

    The most recent popular rubber outsole design is the hexagonal which has good grip is all directions

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    Great tips! For me flexibility of the sole is important too.

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