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    Some review on asics gel upcourt shoes heard that these shoes are used for volleyball. Can use it for badminton?? As I get it for a low price $50 .

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    The Upcourt shoes can be used for badminton but they are the lowest of the Asics court shoes. They are inexpensive so you can try them and see if they hold up per your playing style.

    I would say the Asics line goes like this...Gel Blast / Gel Sensei > Gel Domain / Gel Blade > Gel Rocket > Upcourt. The Blast and Sensei are slightly heavier shoes than the new Domain and the Blade so depending if you like more support and weight or a lighter shoe, etc. Rocket lands right in the middle for quality and the Upcourt at the lowest end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mater View Post
    The Upcourt shoes can be used for badminton but they are the lowest of the Asics court shoes. They are inexpensive so you can try them and see if they hold up per your playing style.

    I would say the Asics line goes like this...Gel Blast / Gel Sensei > Gel Domain / Gel Blade > Gel Rocket > Upcourt. The Blast and Sensei are slightly heavier shoes than the new Domain and the Blade so depending if you like more support and weight or a lighter shoe, etc. Rocket lands right in the middle for quality and the Upcourt at the lowest end.
    Blade has a higher RRP than Domain, so I guess it should be higher range than Domain.

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    I need a soft padding with comfort and yet light weight shoes.
    any shoe do you have for me?

    I am into fast footwork but I hate heavy hard shoe like sensei.
    some shoe are so hard for bending...

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    Yes you can use them for badminton, I have in the past with no issues.

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    Is the shoe stable? I mean protective against ankle?
    Last edited by dollargood; 10-21-2014 at 07:52 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by george007 View Post
    Some review on asics gel upcourt shoes heard that these shoes are used for volleyball. Can use it for badminton?? As I get it for a low price $50 .
    Can I know where did u get the shoe at? Any1 knows where can I get cheap ASICS GEL-UPCOURT shoes? (between $50-60)

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