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I'm afraid I can't agree with you. As far as I know, Mizuno badminton shoes come with a model no. "71GA...." or "7KM....".
Stock insoles can't customize the support of foot arches among others.
I can't stop feeling remorse that I'd been ignoring the effect of insole until I got plantar fasciitis ;)
It may not ve the case if you get a...
Just got a tube of FS7 for around €23. Try to review it later ;)
Sometimes ankles would feel pain if they are wrapped too tight by the shoes.
Same sizes ;)
It's Prince's patented O-Port holes. Grommetless.
Would you please telling us the weight of the piece of 80X you're reviewing ?
From your first post you said : "I have flat feet" and now you said : "my foot is not flat".......
BTW, I have low foot arches and had been suffering...
Quite the opposite, you need good arch support from the insoles. You will get tired sooner with a flat insole.
Tried during vacation in Japan. Light, stable, agile and ample heel cushioning. But what makes me hesitate to bring them home is that the forefoot...
1. Someone just mirror-imaged the original picture. You can identify this with the letters on his shirt and the banner behind.
2. We can still use...
You need a pair of orthotic insoles to support the arch of foot :
Not sure which model of Nike trainer you got. But if the trainer get a positive feedback in the following areas then you can stick to it :
If it suits most of your needs ;)
And the sole structures of RX2 and XT3 are the same. Just a different and lighter upper for XT3.