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..
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
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..
Originally Posted by fiq_axis
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?
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.