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    Default Mizuno or Asics for a wide foot

    And what advantages\disadvantages at these models?

    Interest volleyball or indoor models in which it is possible to play and badminton. Because in my city the badminton models aren't on sale.
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    upd:
    considering a hard covering on which I play, it would be desirable a heel with good cushioning

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    Mizuno. Mizuno are general wider and they also have wide feet model, just look for the "WIDE" tags.

    Asics are usually narrower.

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    I tried on some Mizuno models and as a result I took not the widest - Tornado 3.

    I don't write a detail, because my english is bad.

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    Has anyone try this Asics shoe before? Model # TOB516


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    I use Mizuno lightning RX, fit like a glove, never had anything like this for my feet, very please with it and will stick to Mizuno from now on, previously worn Victor Ace9000 and SH-A850. Mizuno shoes have heels perfectly fit , and the arcs of my feet that no other brands can offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DStyle View Post
    Has anyone try this Asics shoe before? Model # TOB516

    Known as Gel Blade 3 in the rest of the world . Relevance to this thread

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