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    Default badminton shoes

    any suggestions?
    about HKD$200

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    Don't wear wellies?

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    what about yonex SHB 92??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gollum
    Don't wear wellies?
    What about clogs? even more

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    Er... what the hell are wellies?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gollum
    Don't wear wellies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cappy75
    Er... what the hell are wellies?
    Short form of wellington boots.

    The rubber things you wear when it is wet/muddy. Mainly in rural areas (farms). Or for fishing (waders).

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    wellington boots....you know those green rubber boots farmers and mad geographers wear so as not to get their feet and trousers wet and muddy.


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    lol....got there b4 me
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    Good example, but would be better if you had the bright greens ones, with frogs' eyes on the end. They were cool!

    Oh and I agree with Gollum, dont use them for badminton (unless you play in a swamp!)

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    If your feeling more funky, to go with the bright yonex shirts,
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    Cool... one learn something new everyday on BF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by happy kid
    any suggestions?
    about HKD$200

    seriously tho, can't you go to the shops and try them on?
    that's what women do with their shoes, non need to be different

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheldonZhang
    If your feeling more funky, to go with the bright yonex shirts,

    Those were more like it!!


    I suggest you visit another quality website www.badmintonreview.com and check out the shoe reviews. or search for shoes.

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    My advice is to save the money until you can buy something more badminton-specific. Something that fits your feet well and has the right support for your ankles and heels. Find a good pair of shoes is very important... in fact, more important than finding the right racquet, just not as fun.

    Quote Originally Posted by happy kid
    any suggestions?
    about HKD$200

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    whoa...
    very flashy boots you've got

    well seriously, if you want badminton shoes at very good price...look for some discontinued and limited sizes shoes or even go to "zhen tsen, china" (i dunno how to spell the city) to try your luck.

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    By the way, wellies are also the best footwear for caving. The best handwear is "marigold" washing-up gloves.

    Also, your wellies double up as a a pillow on underground camping

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