Adidas Stabil Next Gen

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  1. dickography

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    Been waiting for a full length boost badminton shoe but in this case they caged it to hell. A store near me has it but I'm waiting for some reviews.
     
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    Boost has failed me twice, but I think box it can be better to hold it together. As an old floorballplayer has the Stabil been a great shoe, but to big and clumsy for badminton. Maybe the ”Next Generation” has got a more slimmed down body.
     
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    Does anyone have any feedback on the 1.ADIDAS Wucht P5.1 Badminton shoes
    2. BABOLAT Shadow Tour Badminton shoes

    Any reviews would be helpful.. trying to decide between the two.

    My Yonex SHB 03 EX has started to disintegrate
     
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    Looks good, but there is no wear protection where your left foot drags on the ground when you're lunging. This is usually the left foot on the inside (medial aspect) near where the big toe joins the foot. I can imagine this will wear out at that location within weeks in badminton. There is some protection towards the front end, but it needs to extend to at least where the start of the laces are.


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    There is protection layers/films/overlays on both left n right toes to have more durability against toe drags.
     

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    mikaltch New Member

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    It's not far back enough. All specialised badminton shoes have protective layers that extend much further than that. The purple shoe is a yonex Aerus 3. The shoe below is my Adidas Wucht 8.1 which is specific for badminton. Look at the wear pattern on mine
     

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