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    The new shirts are terrible! they must be so uncomfortable when they get to this stage i.e (SOAKED) lol

    http://sports.sohu.com/20090512/n263921929.shtml

    coudnlt seem to put the picture on here.

    Btw whats lin Dans racket?

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    wow that's uncool.........

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    It's just like the PUMA shirts from the 2006 World Cup (so not exactly a first) .

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    Each and every single average to good looking girls and ladies in my badminton clubs are getting a pure white Li Ning badminton shirt as a gift from bananakid. Now, that is a good investment. haha...

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    lol........

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    LN's contention is that since the shirt is so thin and so light, even a wet one feels like nothing.

    The soaked shirts certainly look strange. But player feedbacks have been surprisingly positive (or even puzzled by the negative reaction), in stark contrast to the negative opinions from people who only looked at the shirts but not played in them.
    have u talk to the players directly?
    have u tried the shirt?
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    I was doing some home work for the evil empire. Something interesting. Lub job...
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    Quote Originally Posted by krisss View Post
    This is really open , it depends if Li Ning makes a massive impact on the market.

    Everyone knows that Li Ning will make a big impact now , but what about later on , after the madness of a new rival has finished?

    They might/might not , the only way we can see is buy waiting.

    If their shuttlecocks do drop in price - I don't think it will be in much , shuttlecocks are minimal in making money.
    do li ning even make shuttles??
    and i dont think yonex shuttles will be going down at all if anything they will just keep bringing out new shuttles like aeroclub to fill the cheaper range out to compete and stick with the much better shuttles further up the price with as30,40,50 there is a considerable diffference

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    When will they come to Malaysia?

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    Hmm.... Quality Control wise, I think the Japanese does a better job. I'm not diss-ing Li-Ning saying their products are bad, I'm a Chinese myself and I'm proud that Li-Ning is getting recognized in China, but I have questions regarding their quality control. You see, when a new product first comes out like Li-Ning with their high end racquets, it is usually good with quality as they want people to believe their brand is good and their quality is also comparable with Yonex's. But over time, once Li-Ning has achieve their marketing goal, the quality may not be as good as it was first being promoted. Yonex was and is still able to produce consistant quality products over the past decades, but I don't know about Li-Ning. Also to know is that Chinese companies or manufacturing corporations tend to have different production factories for the general public, and the more important people, as seen in the "Milk" incident in China.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sportech View Post
    When will they come to Malaysia?
    Im not sure about the apparels.. but the rackets around June.

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    yea.. no that some of our friends here mention quality control.........it's more important....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Im not sure about the apparels.. but the rackets around June.
    I have a feeling that Li Ning's string are quite durable and hard though

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    I have a feeling that Li Ning's string are quite durable and hard though
    They have strings too? I didn't see any info on their main website... Are they being sold?

    Also, some of you may think the shirts that China Team was wearing are bad. Actually, I think the shirts is just too absorbent but unable to vaporize the sweat fast enough, as seen with Lin Dan's shirt. It's like he had a shower or something....haha....
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    i recently went to watch the semifinal, china vs malaysia.. i also visited the li ning shop and asked them why their shirts appeared to be like that, she said that what we see is not what they feel, the sweat rises to the surface of the shirts instead of dripping down and so inside, the players actually do not feel anything.. that is the strong point, only weakness is that we, the audience can see it being v. wet.. besides, they've done a lot of testing to make it the best for the players..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    They have strings too? I didn't see any info on their main website... Are they being sold?

    Also, some of you may think the shirts that China Team was wearing are bad. Actually, I think the shirts is just too absorbent but unable to vaporize the sweat fast enough, as seen with Lin Dan's shirt. It's like he had a shower or something....haha....
    actually i'm quite curious about this though.
    actually what string li ning has? or li ning actually does not have badminton string?

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    Shirts that do not show perspiration are uncomfortable to the wearer. It is the perspiration that the skin must feel for the cooling effect, but the devil is to ensure the perspiration does not drip down all over the floor. You need water (perspiration) and air (from players' movement) for that air-conditioning feeling. Apparently, Li Ning has been able to do this, perhaps courtesy from their R&D company based in Hong Kong with input from the Sports Academy of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
    I believe Li Ning has another series of sports shirts that emit certain scents to inspire the players mental faculties for calmness-a type of sports aromatherapy.
    Li Ning's R&D is going into uncharted territories in the sports field. It will be interesting to wait and see what comes out.

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