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    The HERO II looks like it has a lot of heal cushion! How about the sole?

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    I have yet to try on the pair to play but there is definately alot of heel cushion. It almost feels like the shoe completely hugged my feet when I tried it on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BakaForLife View Post
    I have yet to try on the pair to play but there is definately alot of heel cushion. It almost feels like the shoe completely hugged my feet when I tried it on.
    Beautiful! Let's see how it plays when you get a chance

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    Just tried them today, everything was good except the insoles. My feet were terribly sore from the thin cushioning, I plan to go buy new insoles to replace it.

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    I also did removes some calluses too so the area that was aching could've been sensitive, gonna give it a second try before buying insoles

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    2nd session with the shoes, the big mound at the big toe is aching again. Gonna try new insoles next time and see how they are, keep you guys updated when I can!

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    Li-ning hero II Materials and quality are very good.


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    At first glance at the HERO-II, it's difficult to know what goes into the shoe. Under a closer inspection, you'll find a few different technologies in the shoes that sets it apart from other models:

    - "Cushion" technology which is designed for comfort and cushion in the sole of the shoe
    - "Tuff Tip" technology which is an additional material on the top of the shoe designed to withstand burning a hole in the side of the shoe caused by foot-dragging
    - "Tuff OS" technology which is coupled with the "Tuff Tip" on the gum rubber which makes it more durable which is especially handy for foot-dragging
    - "ProbarLoc-C" technology which keeps the shoe extremely sturdy which gives that extra support for lunging and lateral movement

    The sole's construction feels solid. The rubber feels more durable than entry and mid grade level shoes. There is a air vent on the bottom of the shoe which allows your foot to breath. As with all Li-Ning badminton shoes, they are a half size smaller so if you're a 9.5US, then you'll need a Li-Ning size 10US. The shoes are a standard width and because my feet are a little wider, it will take a few sessions to break them in to accommodate my messed up feet.

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    I really couldn't handle the stock insoles haha

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    I have no issues with the stock one

    The shoes are quite grippy!

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