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    Default Best Cushion shoes, Yonex, Li ning or others?

    Hii guys,
    Last year i use Yonex SHB SC5EX (this has 3 layer or power cushion) now I use the cheaper SHB 73EX (this has only 1 layer or power cushion)..
    I can feel the cushion different as it hurt my knee..
    At my place the badminton court floor use a hard tile (house floor tile)..
    Now the seller said the li ning has better cushion then the Yonex 3 layer cushion..
    I cant try it as it all from local Indonesia online seller..
    Any suggestion?
    Thanks

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    Stick with yonex, my knee getting more worse since using Li-Ning high end model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Stick with yonex, my knee getting more worse since using Li-Ning high end model.
    I do have feeling that i might get the same result like you..
    Because somehow i feel Yonex do really have a cushion technology research..

    OK thanks for sharing..

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    yep the shb200 and sc5ex were the cushiest badminton shoes i've ever used

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    Ok Visor thanks for the reply, i think i stick with sc5ex..
    playing at tile floor hurting my knee..
    maybe i should add a special insole (i already use a heel cup but still hurt my knee)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodude View Post
    Ok Visor thanks for the reply, i think i stick with sc5ex..
    playing at tile floor hurting my knee..
    maybe i should add a special insole (i already use a heel cup but still hurt my knee)
    if you want to add an insole (and i think you should if you're playing on concrete/tile), then one of the best would be spenco total support max

    excellent cushioning, highly rated by forum members

    i wear it in my daily shoes and my badminton shoes

    if your local stores don't have them, get them from amazon or ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodude View Post
    I do have feeling that i might get the same result like you..
    Because somehow i feel Yonex do really have a cushion technology research..

    OK thanks for sharing..
    Believe me. It does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    if you want to add an insole (and i think you should if you're playing on concrete/tile), then one of the best would be spenco total support max

    excellent cushioning, highly rated by forum members

    i wear it in my daily shoes and my badminton shoes

    if your local stores don't have them, get them from amazon or ebay
    Hii,
    is this the one? http://www.kedaiangkasa.com/product/...pport-insoles/
    I saw on this sticky thread about shoe review they always use SOLE Softec Ultra, what do you think about it?
    And is spenco arch support (the stability cradle) is it from some sort of PVC material? I know SOLE mainly cover all the botom with some pvc material look a like..

    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Believe me. It does.
    Yes brother.. i trust you.. dude any suggestion which yonex give better cushion? Or I just need to search any 3 layer cushion and that would do the magic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    yep the shb200 and sc5ex were the cushiest badminton shoes i've ever used
    Hii have you compare the shb200 and sc5ex to the newer SHB01series?
    which one cushiest, mind if i ask what r u using now and how it compare to sc5ex?

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    I had shb200, then sc5ex in the past. Excellent cushioning.

    Recently using victor 9000ace, lighter faster more responsive but less cushioning. So I only wear this on mats. Whereas the above 2 shoes can be worn on hardwood. But cement, I never play on it as my bad knees can't handle it.

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    Sole softec ultra doesn't fit my feet.

    The Spenco has to be the Total Support *Max*

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    65fts are the softest most comfy shoes i have ever put my feet in!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodude View Post
    Yes brother.. i trust you.. dude any suggestion which yonex give better cushion? Or I just need to search any 3 layer cushion and that would do the magic?
    Any high end yonex models are great on cushioning. LN high end models are suck, hate to admit it, but i was fooled by their cosmetics.

    Try SHB SC6Ex, or SHB 65FT, or SHB 01. Three differents model with three differents purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiq_axis View Post
    Any high end yonex models are great on cushioning. LN high end models are suck, hate to admit it, but i was fooled by their cosmetics.

    Try SHB SC6Ex, or SHB 65FT, or SHB 01. Three differents model with three differents purposes.
    3 different purpose? mind to explain it a little more? what are the different?
    it looks like only shb01 available on the local badminton shoe shop..

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    i recently bought a pair for li ning ayag 008, yellow ones. They are very well cushioned, i have had pain on the ball of my foot with previous pairs but this pair seems to do the trick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodude View Post
    3 different purpose? mind to explain it a little more? what are the different?
    it looks like only shb01 available on the local badminton shoe shop..
    Yeap. SC 6 stands for Soft Cushioning. SHB 01 series are equipped with more tech. SHB 65FT is below than SHB F1..in terms of lightness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vodude View Post
    Ok Visor thanks for the reply, i think i stick with sc5ex..
    playing at tile floor hurting my knee..
    maybe i should add a special insole (i already use a heel cup but still hurt my knee)
    For your knee, i would gladly recommend that you wear a patella band on your knee, this will greatly reduces impact on the knees, best to avoid the injury before it's happens.

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