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    Quote Originally Posted by laserjet
    Can someone enlighten me on the difference between a Wave Blocker II and III?

    If I look at the Wave Blocker III (9KV-587/588) on Mizuno Taiwan website, I do not see any great difference at all:
    http://www.mizuno.com.tw/workspace/b...&father_name=4
    The difference between Wave Blocker II (9KV-48914) and Wave Blocker III (9KV-587/588) is very slight in the cutting design except that one is starts with 4 meaning 2004 production and the other starts with 5 meaning 2005 stock.

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    The sole is different from the pics. plus there's no black color?

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    I have surfed to this, but can't find a shop which sell the Mizuno Badminton shoes.

    Can anybody tell me where in Europe (Frans, Belgium, The Netherlands or Germany) sell it ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman

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    Thumbs up 7kv-46003

    Just got a 7KM-46003 because I lost one of my shoe (a 9KV-45003)

    http://catalog.mizuno.co.jp/catalog/...=1107177899184

    http://www.bbeshop.com/show/mizuno/shoes_7km46003.jpg

    Its wide similar to the ergo Yonex shoes. Got two holes on the sole. Midcut design. White and silver color. Its a badminton specific shoe.

    My foot is not as cramped now. My foot remains cool in it too. The fit at the are at the middle of the foot is awesome, this is the main reason why I bought it. I was also checking out the 7KM-51025, difference with the 46003 is that this model is also wide at that area (mid-foot) of the foot that is why i opted for the 46003. Ankle support is OK due to the midcut design. Grip on court is OK, definitely better than my 45003. Cushioning is adequate (I rarely do jump smashes, but I do tend to do hard lunges). I also feel that I am more stable during hard lunges, maybe due to lower height of the soles as compared to my old 45003.

    The white color tends to get dirty fast specially the inside of my left foot (I'm right handed). The marks (black dirty spots) (re: Hole on Shoe??) that everyone is talking about are already showing.


    Overall Im a satisfied and proud owner!
    Last edited by sessyargc; 04-02-2005 at 03:25 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leehsim
    The difference between Wave Blocker II (9KV-48914) and Wave Blocker III (9KV-587/588) is very slight in the cutting design except that one is starts with 4 meaning 2004 production and the other starts with 5 meaning 2005 stock.
    Wave Blocker 2 that I had was a 9KV-45003. Black and silver color.

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    Default Mizuno Wave II : 7KM-54062

    New pair of Mizuno Badminton Shoes: Wave Gate II (7KM-54062) bought in Apr 2005 (Photo 1 and 2) and old pair : Wave Gate (7KM-34009) bought in 2004 (Photo 3 and 4)
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    hi leehsim....yr size 26 available oredi ar??? guess u can write a review of it soon. anyway...u bought it at ranking ar?? n how much?? the shoes do look cool man!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slacker
    hi leehsim....yr size 26 available oredi ar??? guess u can write a review of it soon. anyway...u bought it at ranking ar?? n how much?? the shoes do look cool man!!!
    I booked my new pair of Wave Gate II (2005 stock) at Ranking bargained till S$65.00 but no delievery from WOS. I bought it at the same price at 10 & 10.

    I bought the old pair of Wave Gate (2003 stock) at S$60 from the sport shop in Tampines Indoor Hall (also available at sport shop inHougang Indoor Hall)

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    Default Mizuno Badminton shoes

    Hi all, I bought my WAVE SMASH RP(7KM-41014) from shuttle-house (Japan) last year. I found it to be extremely light, flexible and cool(better ventilation). Best of all, it supports wide-feet! For those who are looking to buy Mizuno badminton shoes, I seriously recommend Shuttle-House which is based in Japan. They stock all the major badminton brands and have a website, http://shuttle-house.com which provides all the information you need and they will ship overseas (those of you in America, Europe, Asia -Pacific) and the service is very prompt and good. Another interesting thing is, they have a special discount depending on your purchase. Also, watch out for some of their clearance stock which is good value. I hope this information would be helpful to all our fellow Badminton fans.


    p/s: They (Shuttle-house) also sent me a free shoe bag with their own funny badminton character called "Badminton Taro" when I received my shoe.

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    For those in Singapore whose shoe size is 24cm, Sintec @ Tampines Telepark has one last pair of Mizuno Wave Gate I going for ~S$55!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sydney
    Hi all, I bought my WAVE SMASH RP(7KM-41014) from shuttle-house (Japan) last year. I found it to be extremely light, flexible and cool(better ventilation). Best of all, it supports wide-feet! For those who are looking to buy Mizuno badminton shoes, I seriously recommend Shuttle-House which is based in Japan. They stock all the major badminton brands and have a website, http://shuttle-house.com which provides all the information you need and they will ship overseas (those of you in America, Europe, Asia -Pacific) and the service is very prompt and good. Another interesting thing is, they have a special discount depending on your purchase. Also, watch out for some of their clearance stock which is good value. I hope this information would be helpful to all our fellow Badminton fans.


    p/s: They (Shuttle-house) also sent me a free shoe bag with their own funny badminton character called "Badminton Taro" when I received my shoe.
    so you bought your shoes at shuttle house? What about the sizing? I reckon i need a shoe for a 26mm foot (27mm shoe, approximately US10). The sizes in the size selection in shuttle-house's website are in shoe-milimeters, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leehsim
    New pair of Mizuno Badminton Shoes: Wave Gate II (7KM-54062) bought in Apr 2005 (Photo 1 and 2) and old pair : Wave Gate (7KM-34009) bought in 2004 (Photo 3 and 4)
    Me too bought Wave Gate II(red), two weeks back.It is awesome shoe.. great control.Lasttime my knee pains... now the pain gone!!!!. I buy it from Mizuno showroom at Paragon around $70.

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    Has anyone seen the following models? Will like to know the price and where you have seen it.

    1. WAVE ANGLE R1 (7KM-52062)
    2. WAVE ANGLE R2 (7KM-46003)

    Thanks

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    what i meant is in Singapore. Thanks

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    i've asked yonex's people and asics' people already... now it's time for the mizuno people. Which size of Mizuno Wave Gate II do you think i should get for my 26cm foot (the right foot is even a little smaller - like 25,5cm or something)?

    27cm or 27,5cm?

    P.S. are the sizes in the www.shuttle-house.com mizuno size selector shoe- or foot- sizes?
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    Default Mizuno Shoe Size

    Sorry about the slow response. I just came back from work. I did not use their shoe selector. My shoe size is 28.0cm for Mizuno although it was 28.5cm for a PUMA. So literally, US size 10.0 would be 28.0cm. The best is to use a "brannock" device which is readily available at most shoe stores that you go to. Just pretend that you want to buy a pair of shoes...and get them to measure your feet....then you should be alright. I hope that's helpful for you.

    Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by White_trash
    i've asked yonex's people and asics' people already... now it's time for the mizuno people. Which size of Mizuno Wave Gate II do you think i should get for my 26cm foot (the right foot is even a little smaller - like 25,5cm or something)?

    27cm or 27,5cm?

    P.S. are the sizes in the www.shuttle-house.com mizuno size selector shoe- or foot- sizes?

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    Just remember Mizuno badminton shoes bearing any number after 7KM denotes the year, i.e, 7KM-54062 is a 2005 model, 44062 is a 2004 model. You should be able to get steeper discounts for 2004 and earlier years models.

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