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    Default Good Cheap Badminton Shoes.

    My daughter is looking for good nice cheap badminton shoes.

    They have to be durable because my daughter will use one pair for a while.
    United Badminton Club and Smash City are the only ones I can go to because I live in the Bay Area and I dont really know anywhere else to buy shoes for my daughter besides Badminton Alley but thats way to far. Smash City doesn't have any pro-shop information on their webstie, but UBC has one and it only has Victor, Kason, or Yonex which one would be good and durable?

    I would like to take her to try it out.

    Budget is $50 and under(no going over please).
    Thank You in Advance!

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    Yonex shoes are generally very good but not cheap. You'll probably get better value elsewhere. I'm going to recommend you follow developments in this thread for opinions on the other brands.

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    Go to asby sports, it is located on McKee road in san jose. It is near to smash city also.

    For $44, you can get Yonex SHB 41. Why don't you get the shoes from Badmintonalley and ship them to your place, their shipping prices are fairly OK ($7 for USPS priority)
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    My daughter is looking for good nice cheap badminton shoes.

    They have to be durable because my daughter will use one pair for a while.
    United Badminton Club and Smash City are the only ones I can go to because I live in the Bay Area and I dont really know anywhere else to buy shoes for my daughter besides Badminton Alley but thats way to far. Smash City doesn't have any pro-shop information on their webstie, but UBC has one and it only has Victor, Kason, or Yonex which one would be good and durable?

    I would like to take her to try it out.

    Budget is $50 and under(no going over please).
    Thank You in Advance!

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