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    this thread needs to be more active again

    My SHB101MX are soon to be retired, I have bought myself a pair of 91MX to use to replace the 101MX, I might give the 91MX a tryout tomorrow. And will give a initial review on it and comparison to 101MX

    Btw I got my 91MX quite cheap, as they are no longer in production. They were 45% off RRP. So I was bought them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    this thread needs to be more active again
    Agree!

    Panda has since found a new benchmark: Victor SHW8000 ACE and Spenco PolySorb Total Support (PSTS) Insoles!

    Got the shoes here:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/2010-VICTOR-SHW8...ht_5040wt_1138

    Insoles info:
    http://www.spenco.com/polysorb_1.shtml

    The PSTS are softer, more forgiving than the SFB and don't cut into the base of the shoe, no hard plastic pieces.

    Panda will do a detailed review soon, after more testing.
    But after 2 months trying the 8000ACE with the PSTS the shoe:
    1) performs and transitions as well as the SHB-100 LTD
    2) cushions better than any dedicated badminton Panda has tried
    3) most comfortable badminton shoe Panda has tried next to the 99-LTD
    4) widest badminton shoe

    Panda also ordered the 8600 ACE and will test those soon but don't expect much difference.

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    What a coincidence: I also reserved a pair of the 8600ACE on Monday. I see the soles are sold here as well and a good bit cheaper than SF(B) even at the same store ...

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    Have you try the new SHB 101 dink? I believe they are quite similar to sh8600 with the lateral claw.

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    Yes, the 101 MX and LTD. They are not as good overall. The shoes are not as comfortable nor provide as much cushioning. Will review update soon, most questions should be answered then.

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    Now you are tempting me to change my 101 to SHW8600....... LOL

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    What do you think about 92M and 85LTD??

    I want to buy it plz recommend.

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    I've tried these and compared to SFB and SFG i like them better. I have a collapsed arch and slightly wide feet E / EE.
    They cost about $20 on amazon so a little more affordable, would like to know panda's opinion.

    http://www.amazon.com/Spenco-Poly-To.../dp/B000OQHW4W

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Agree!

    Panda has since found a new benchmark: Victor SHW8000 ACE and Spenco PolySorb Total Support (PSTS) Insoles!

    Got the shoes here:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/2010-VICTOR-SHW8...ht_5040wt_1138

    Insoles info:
    http://www.spenco.com/polysorb_1.shtml

    The PSTS are softer, more forgiving than the SFB and don't cut into the base of the shoe, no hard plastic pieces.

    Panda will do a detailed review soon, after more testing.
    But after 2 months trying the 8000ACE with the PSTS the shoe:
    1) performs and transitions as well as the SHB-100 LTD
    2) cushions better than any dedicated badminton Panda has tried
    3) most comfortable badminton shoe Panda has tried next to the 99-LTD
    4) widest badminton shoe

    Panda also ordered the 8600 ACE and will test those soon but don't expect much difference.
    which website can i buy the spenco gel insole online? which one better for badminton, gel total support or gel insole? anyone know, pls help to comment. thanks.

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    Scratch my earlier reply as it seems panda found out about spenco a month before me.

    The Spenco PolySorb Total Support is not in a Gel version.
    they look like this
    http://www.amazon.com/Spenco-Poly-To.../dp/B000OQHW4W

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    Yonex SHB 92m, is this shoe durable enough ?
    my current SHB 72 died in just a short 4months... the side of my leg shoe worn up and now there's a hole

    Im having training 3 times a week.

    is there any other recommendations ? prefer Yonex or Victor.

    thank you.

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    review for victor shoes thanks

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    Victor 8600 ACE vs 8000 ACE, which is a wider shoe?

    On the official website,
    - SH8600ACE-D has "Shoe last : Standard shoe last"
    - SHW8000 ACE has "Shoe last : Wide shoe last"

    Are they talking about width or durability?
    Last edited by Imaster; 11-21-2010 at 11:48 PM.

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    The 8000 ACE is significantly wider than the 8600.

    Panda has wide feet and fits the 8000 width-wise.
    Panda does not fit the 8600.

    As for "last", Victor is referring to "shoe last" which is the mold or shape in which the shoe is made from, usually plastic or similar poly material.

    So a standard shoe last means a standard width shoe mold. A wide shoe last means wide shoe mold.

    Quote Originally Posted by Imaster View Post
    Victor 8600 ACE vs 8000 ACE, which is a wider shoe?

    On the official website,
    - SH8600ACE-D has "Shoe last : Standard shoe last"
    - SHW8000 ACE has "Shoe last : Wide shoe last"

    Are they talking about width or durability?

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    Many thanks! 8000 ACE for me then, I have broad feet

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    Anbody know where to get the 8000 in Europe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thompson View Post
    Anbody know where to get the 8000 in Europe?
    http://shop.badmintonversand.de/shop...16162ffa7b3a25

    The names are different here: the other coloured ones are called VICTOR V-LSS 9600 and VICTOR V-LSS 9700. I suggest you look in the international catalogue, the ACE might not even be available here and the one above ("Victor '09") could be imported then ...

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