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    Quote Originally Posted by Notnimdab729 View Post
    Hi Silver,
    The Indian shop at 1st floor. They own two shops locating face to face at 1st floor at a corner.Dont forget to bargain. The box indicated S$165.The shoes on the rack indicate S$105. I managed to get it at S$85.
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    Alright! Thanks Mr Lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I have a pair of Asics Gel rocket 2. (The blue and sliver colour rocks)

    The shoes are medium weight to me.It has moderate to good traction but the rubber needs be heated up a bit before it can really work wonders.one thing that i really like about the shoes it that i have long feet but the width of my feet are smaller.This shoes does the trick for me. The gel insole are pretty comfortable.It is very durable.

    I got it for RM200 plus and it is a good deal.

    It is a good pair of shoes.However, some individuals might not like it.
    I have this pair and personally I'm one of those individuals that don't like it very much. For badminton it's kind of unstable for me as it feels higher off the ground compared to the yonex and generic typed shoes (ie victor, fleet, etc). To me it feels basically more like a pair of joggers with gummed soles. I think it's the asics base model at the moment so its not too bad I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heijihattori View Post
    I have this pair and personally I'm one of those individuals that don't like it very much. For badminton it's kind of unstable for me as it feels higher off the ground compared to the yonex and generic typed shoes (ie victor, fleet, etc). To me it feels basically more like a pair of joggers with gummed soles. I think it's the asics base model at the moment so its not too bad I guess.
    Agree i found it doesn't have enough ankle support, but as i kept using them i found it indirectly strengthens my ankles and you get use to it. You sacrifice ankle support for mobility and cushioning. By the way all three colours (All grey, all red and silver blue) available at the shop at Queensway for $81.

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    Well it really depends what works well for you..I have yet to try my new SHB 99 LOW..

    I think it is going to be great..

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    I just noticed...if you look closely at the "hyper rush" shoes on the japanese website for Asics and you look at the Gel Blade....they look the same..so I guess they're the same shoes, with different colours and different names.

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