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    Asics Gel Construct

    The best shoes ever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hierkommtnils
    Asics Gel Construct

    The best shoes ever
    Yeah what do you think of Asics gel shoes. is the sole flexible? grippy? How do they compare to yonex Shoes? do you think they are a bit heavy?

    THanks

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    I couldn't really compare them to yonex shoes, but the sole ist mid-flex and the grip is very very good.

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    Currently using yonex shb-99mx with longer black laces since the original laces are too short...

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    I've had a pair of SOTX S-28's that i've used for over 2 years, can you believe it?

    I dont know how good the durability of them is because i wore a hole in the instep in only a few weeks, even though I still use them...

    http://www.ibuysports.com/S28shoes.html

    They're almost completely worn to shreds and i'm still playing with them cuz I like them so much

    I recently bought A pair of Yonex shoes for when these are broken... I've only skipped with them a little and played in them once, When I first used the yonex shoes for skipping they hurt my feet alot, I could onyl skip for 5 minutes before it felt very uncomfortable... after about 4 or 5 sessions they seem more comfortable now as i'm getting used to thier stifness.

    The Yonex shoes may be better in durability but the Sotx shoes are so comfy, almost like a pair of slippers compaired to the Yonex ones :/

    Even though I have the new yonex shoes to last the year....I am going to try to buy a new pair of sotx as soon as I get the chance.
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    SHB-89s here tried them for the first time yesterday.

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    adidas lightster. I love it. good cushioning, grippy (even on dusty floors), and light wiehgt

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    Are you sure you don't have the shoes backwards? My doubles partner had the SOTX shoes and they were extremely hard and uncomfortable. But they did last forever, he wore them for a year and not a scratch on the shoe or outer sole; and he is hard on shoes. Now he has the SHB-99MX and loves the shoe for its comfort and traction.

    Quote Originally Posted by wedgewenis
    I've had a pair of SOTX S-28's that i've used for over 2 years, can you believe it?

    I dont know how good the durability of them is because i wore a hole in the instep in only a few weeks, even though I still use them...

    http://www.ibuysports.com/S28shoes.html

    They're almost completely worn to shreds and i'm still playing with them cuz I like them so much

    I recently bought A pair of Yonex shoes for when these are broken... I've only skipped with them a little and played in them once, When I first used the yonex shoes for skipping they hurt my feet alot, I could onyl skip for 5 minutes before it felt very uncomfortable... after about 4 or 5 sessions they seem more comfortable now as i'm getting used to thier stifness.

    The Yonex shoes may be better in durability but the Sotx shoes are so comfy, almost like a pair of slippers compaired to the Yonex ones :/

    Even though I have the new yonex shoes to last the year....I am going to try to buy a new pair of sotx as soon as I get the chance.

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    I am currently using a pair of asics gel rocket 2..They are comfy but a wee bit on the heavier side...

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    yonex shb 99 limited edition

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    Hi-Tec Venom III - not much cushioning on these though, so ->

    Yonex SHB-90MX - quite a good pair with lots of cushioning. However, I have got flat feet, and the insoles of these are arched quite high, so the first 15-30mins of a session are usually agony for my feet !

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    SHB 99L / 245mm (about 6 inch?) it cost 85,000 won (about 69.48 EUR/90.57 USD)
    Last edited by scminton; 02-14-2007 at 04:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scminton
    SHB 99L / 245mm (about 6 inch?) it cost 85,000 won (about 69.48 EUR/90.57 USD)
    actually, 245mm is around 9.5 inches.
    my, what big feet you have!

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    boo http://www.sportak.nl/images/Switchb...S%20YBF_kl.JPG

    that is size EU 46/US 13..have a 'normal' red pair as wel

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby
    boo http://www.sportak.nl/images/Switchb...S%20YBF_kl.JPG

    that is size EU 46/US 13..have a 'normal' red pair as wel
    looks like a blue fruit just turning ripe ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    actually, 245mm is around 9.5 inches.
    my, what big feet you have!
    Looook~~~ this pic~ 245mm = 6 inch~!!
    my height is 157cm...
    how my feet size 9.5 inch~!!
    and actually my size is 235mm
    but I like loose when wearing shoes
    you got it? (you know~ my english really bad hahaha)
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    Quote Originally Posted by scminton
    Looook~~~ this pic~ 245mm = 6 inch~!!
    my height is 157cm...
    how my feet size 9.5 inch~!!
    and actually my size is 235mm
    but I like loose when wearing shoes
    you got it? (you know~ my english really bad hahaha)
    Uk isn't in inches. American's are the only ones who use inches =P In UK the sizes are done by:

    emale shoe size (UK/SA) = 3 * last length − 19.5

    Therfore, your 245mm / 25.4 mm per in = 9.64 inches which is quite err huge.

    Height: 157 cm / 30.48 cm per ft = 5.15 ft or 5ft 2in



    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoe_sizes

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