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    All right i will do so...

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    DinkAlot can we get an update of the cutting of the SFB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishmilk View Post
    DinkAlot can we get an update of the cutting of the SFB?
    The cutting has basically stopped, it has not cut through the heel, there's just an imprint.

    Maybe recently I've been light on my feet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin8768 View Post
    Where can you buy super feet insoles? what is the name of the store you all buy them from? or does anyone know a online store that carries them? i did a search to no prevail
    Edit: haha i miss spelled it thats why i didn't get any results. either way I see if i can buy it from a local store.
    since u live in Ontario, try sportchek
    I myself drove around a couple sportchek stores to find one that still have superfeet green, (most i saw are blue)
    They usually carry them but not in large quantities so chances are they
    get sold out pretty fast.
    I remember seeing them at Coast Mountain Sports as well

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    I just want to say that not everyone will benefit from the superfeet insole, well at least not in my case.

    Two months ago, I was browsing in a ski equipment shop and saw the superfeet insoles. I thought I might try out the green SF. I replaced my SHB68 insole with the green SF. Initially, I felt a tiny pain. I thought it's fine. I will just have to get use to it. But the pain got worse. After 1 month of use (about 10 sessions), I got pain from my toe to my heel right up to my ankle on both my legs. I then reverted back to the Yonex insole and I don't get anymore pain during and after a baddy session.

    Oh, the reason I change the insole is because I find my Yonex insole has worn off and felt very thin. Time to get a new Yonex shoe I think.

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    I have not tried the SHB68 but is it a softer or stiffer shoe?

    There are a few different Super Feet insoles. The Green one is the stiffest. It maybe you need a softer one like the Blue or Black. It can make a big difference.



    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever View Post
    I just want to say that not everyone will benefit from the superfeet insole, well at least not in my case.

    Two months ago, I was browsing in a ski equipment shop and saw the superfeet insoles. I thought I might try out the green SF. I replaced my SHB68 insole with the green SF. Initially, I felt a tiny pain. I thought it's fine. I will just have to get use to it. But the pain got worse. After 1 month of use (about 10 sessions), I got pain from my toe to my heel right up to my ankle on both my legs. I then reverted back to the Yonex insole and I don't get anymore pain during and after a baddy session.

    Oh, the reason I change the insole is because I find my Yonex insole has worn off and felt very thin. Time to get a new Yonex shoe I think.
    Last edited by DinkAlot; 07-30-2007 at 10:10 PM.

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    okay thanks guys I'm going shopping this weekend for some sportwear i might go to sport-chek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin8768 View Post
    okay thanks guys I'm going shopping this weekend for some sportwear i might go to sport-chek.
    Sportmart also has them too =]

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I have not tried the SHB68 but is it a softer or stiffer shoe?

    There are a few different Super Feet insoles. The Green one is the stiffest. It maybe you need a softer one like the Blue or Black. It can make a big difference.
    Thanks for your suggestion, DinkAlot. SHB68 is a softer shoe.
    I already ordered my new Yonex(but not SHB100 ). I will try the Blue SF when I come across one later.

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    dan, have you ever worn/played with the SHB 90's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRisingX View Post
    dan, have you ever worn/played with the SHB 90's?
    Nope; I heard they were a bit stiffer than the 100s.

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    I switched from the 99MX's to the 90MX's, and the difference in support is huge O_O, maybe a bit too much actually. I'd say cushioning is better in the 90's but 99's give me an "agile" feeling , I'll comment more once I've worn the 90's for long enough (only wore twice so far).

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    Where would I find the super insoles =?

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    Looking at the chart... In order of comfort (with stock insoles):
    100MX < 99MX < 99LE... Where would the 100LE fit in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsuioku View Post
    Looking at the chart... In order of comfort (with stock insoles):
    100MX < 99MX < 99LE... Where would the 100LE fit in?
    In order of comfort:
    1) 99-LE
    2) 99-MX

    A noticeable margin between the 99 and 100 but not a big deal. Minor between the 99s.

    3) 100-LE
    4) 100-MX


    In order for performance:

    1) 100-LE
    2) 100-MX

    A significant margin between the 100 and 99, a moderate to big deal. Minor between the 100s.

    3) 99-LE
    4) 99-MX


    Overall:

    1) 100-LE
    2) 100-MX

    A significant margin between the 100 and 99, a moderate to big deal. Minor between the 100s.

    3) 99-LE
    4) 99-MX


    I still have two pairs of 99LEs. I just use them for walking now.

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    Whaoh its nearly 40$ for a pair of sfb or sfg. Is it really worth it? Im about 15 and about to get a new pair of shoes (shb 71). Is adding the extra 40$ worth the money by making the shoe last longer?

    oh and btw, after a baddy shoe is no longer usuable, can you still use a superfeet in another shoe?, or will the superfeet have alreadey broken too?

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    Default anyone ever tried these?

    Just out of curiosity is anyone familiar with or has anyone tried kawasaki shoes?

    Ran into some on Ebay but I had never heard of them before and they seem to have one model that's looks to be a clone of the shb-100..

    ebaylink

    Is it indeed similar?

    Can we fund a pair for dink to review??

    Let's see ...divided by 5.....would be....anyone??


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