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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Up to you, they are all good...



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

    How did you find the new shb100ltd sizing/fit relative to the old colour scheme?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123 View Post
    How did you find the new shb100ltd sizing/fit relative to the old colour scheme?
    When broken in, with SFB:

    +The 100MX is the widest

    +Both LTDs are the same in width

    +The 2008 LTD is the best performing by a hair because the side walls are stiffest. They are my favorite badminton shoes.

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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.

    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?
    better product photographs than in the yonex catalog

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    better product photographs than in the yonex catalog
    Thanks. This is how Yonex should have photographed the 100s:


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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Thanks. This is how Yonex should have photographed the 100s:

    Wow.. so detailed that I can nearly feel the textures of the shoe by just looking at it..

    You know what.. you're really tempting me to get a pair of those. My current shoes provide almost no cushionning, and the taction is just terrible..
    Actually.. whatever you say is good, I'm tempted to get one.

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    10/10 on artistic impression!

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    10/10 on artistic impression!
    I'll show you artistic impression when Halim dinks one at Pete. ......

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    Let me to show my Asics Gel Sensei 2. Primarily the volley shoes, heavier than badm ones (approx. 500g). I have red volley contra badm disputations and my reasons to buy Gel Sensei 2 were:
    1. durability. As my weight is 100kg (approx. 220lb) I need durable shoes. I donīt need any extra gel insoles because Asics has gel enough. After 1 year playing no problem with my foots and with my shoes also.
    2. universality. I play volley also.
    3.brand confidence. I have used many Asics indoor shoes and I have been always satisfied.
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    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.
    Thanks cooler for the comment..well,fortunately,i had not yet twist my angkle during a game using those shoes but Dink alot is right..it has less flexibilty compare to a badminton shoes..but i still observing the quality of my mizuno till now.thanks again man!

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    Again, it's designed for volleyball but it's still good for badminton as well.


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    I used to use the Adidas Twenty2yrds TR but that as a bit heavy. Now i use the Adidas Big roar 3.

    Last edited by phandrew; 05-24-2008 at 07:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLdude View Post
    Again, it's designed for volleyball but it's still good for badminton as well.

    U can say that again!this will be my next shoes!..il just wait for mizuno to have their annual sale hahahaha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baddict_2006 View Post
    U can say that again!this will be my next shoes!..il just wait for mizuno to have their annual sale hahahaha!
    Will the ridges be dangerous in badminton?badminton is such a fast game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    Will the ridges be dangerous in badminton?badminton is such a fast game.
    The ridges is alright..as long ur good in your footwork.Using this wont be a problem for you!even if your game is fast.

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    Are those badminton shoes as well? They seem like track shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgbad View Post
    Are those badminton shoes as well? They seem like track shoes.
    And what event did you have in mind when you though of that? Must've been the pointy spikes that gave it away

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