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    i got a new pair for just $44. it's an old model of kason:


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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    any difference from previous edition?
    The side material is different, stiffer, making the shoe stiffer (a good thing). The 2008 100-LTD with SF Blue is now my new favorite badminton shoe.

    But really, any SHB-100 with SF Blue is pretty close to ideal.

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    Actually you'll be surprised how stable Mizuno volleyball shoes are. I have been in situations where I almost rolled my ankles but didn't due to the lateral support of the shoes. I have gone through the Lightning series (except version 3)and one Stratosphere. Lightning being the lightest of the volleyball line and the stratosphere being the heaviest but most cushioned of the Mizunos. Their force dispersion features actually last longer than Yonex' cushion only shoes as they're made of plastic in wave form. Those wave form material disperse the force rather than just absorb like regular insole cushions by retaining their shape upon impact.

    I have recently acquired two pairs of Mizuno shoes: the latest Tornado and Lightning versions. After trying out Mizuno's baddy shoes, I find that its size is limited to US size 10 and also alot harder on my knees than the volleyball shoes designed for heavier players who needed more support and cushioning.

    My favorite Yonex shoe was the SHB-65s, I was stepping on air for two months when I had them (when the cushion is still good) and they had sturdy lateral supports to prevent ankle roll. But like all YY shoes, they're light and cushion based. The Lightning actually comes closest to Yonex shoes' light weight and still possess the force dispersion features.

    You might wanna give the Tornado a try as it's a wider shoe and thus more stable than the rest of Mizuno's offerings.

    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    if u have knee problem, yes, but this shoes have less lateral control and could twist your ankle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The side material is different, stiffer, making the shoe stiffer (a good thing). The 2008 100-LTD with SF Blue is now my new favorite badminton shoe.

    But really, any SHB-100 with SF Blue is pretty close to ideal.
    SF isnt available here locally................
    very much depending on original insole

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    SF isnt available here locally................
    very much depending on original insole
    The SHB-100 series is still the best based on stock insoles.

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    SHB 100-MX or LTD? I Cant decide! any recommendations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khawai View Post
    SHB 100-MX or LTD? I Cant decide! any recommendations?
    Up to you, they are all good...



    But if it me, I'd go with...


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    Thanks DinkAlot. Guess i'll be wearing a new pair of choose to badminton training tomorrow.

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    i actually prefer the gold one to the red/gold one.

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    65s limited edition:



    has anyone tried this lately?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    I have not broken in the 91s completely but the 100s are better hands down. Traction is about the same however in transitioning/lateral movement the 91 is not as good, the sides are softer and there's more flex, not desirable. The 91 has more cushioning and is a higher sitting shoe but it doesn't seem to help as my heels are sore after a few uses. Went back to the 100 and no problem.

    The only advantage the 91 has over the 100 is the 91 is very wide relatively speaking. So people who have wide feet should give 91 a try. But if you have normal feet and/or want performance, go 100.

    The 91 seems like a amalgamation of Yonex's badminton and tennis shoe.
    Which part of the 91 is wider than the 100? I tried a pair of SHB-100MX's in size 13 and the length was right but it was way too narrow on my left foot.

    It looks like the 91 doesn't have the side support bars that the 100 has:





    I imagine that is why the sides are softer and there is more flex. On the other hand, that is right where the 100's were too tight on my foot. Did you keep wearing your 91's to break them in or are they no match for the 100's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by weinsteinium View Post
    Which part of the 91 is wider than the 100? I tried a pair of SHB-100MX's in size 13 and the length was right but it was way too narrow on my left foot.

    I imagine that is why the sides are softer and there is more flex. On the other hand, that is right where the 100's were too tight on my foot. Did you keep wearing your 91's to break them in or are they no match for the 100's?
    The 91M is a bit longer and significantly wider than the 100s. I'm sure if I broke in the 91s, they would be even wider. I've only worn the 91s a few times, they are comfortable for walking but no match for the 100s for badminton specific use. I'm going to sell the 91s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    The 91M is a bit longer and significantly wider than the 100s. I'm sure if I broke in the 91s, they would be even wider. I've only worn the 91s a few times, they are comfortable for walking but no match for the 100s for badminton specific use. I'm going to sell the 91s.
    Do I need to follow up for your SHB100-LTD Size 12.0?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Do I need to follow up for your SHB100-LTD Size 12.0?
    No Sir, sorry and thanks!

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    Oeeh, they look so sweet. I mean the new SHB100 LTD's. I need to get my hands on a pair at BBE this summer... Hope they've got size 46 though. Difficult to find them.

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    Sir Dink, where did you get those Lightening 4s and how much were they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GT0ro View Post
    Sir Dink, where did you get those Lightening 4s and how much were they?

    http://www.iroyrunning.com/mizunosho...ightining.html

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