Li Ning Dual Cloud III AYTP047-3S

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    looks good..

    my wife been using cloud 1 for 2 years and she told me its the best shoe ever..
    very comfortable..

    i tried the cloud 2 but dont find to my liking..
    the sole kinda thin and uncomfortable
     
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    Cloud 3 has been good for me so far. The cushioning feels soft, but still stable and holds the ground well. Fitting is just nice for me. I think all the latest Li Ning badminton shoe designs have improved by leaps and bounce. They used to make shoes that looked like boats or tanks. Lol.
     
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    glad you too enjoy the cloud 3..
    its relatively uncommon in Jb and SG, hardly see it.

    but if you notice, there's another thread about li ning friction especially on the translucent sole.
    it tend to be slippy after a period of time..

    personally i feel its not only the translucent sole, the first pair li ning that i had..
    also become very slippy recently..
    the rubber sole had this shine and it dont hold the ground well...
    its coming to 2 years since i last had it..

    probably that's the lifespan of a badminton shoe?
     
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    IMG_20190904_111708.jpg Hi bro,

    All my badminton shoes last me only 1 yr plus max. Lol. Anyway, will take note if my shoe starts to get slippery.

    Btw, there was actually designt that looked really cool and i've never seen any international players wearing. Will be my next target. Lol
     
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    Oh, so 2 years for me consider long lived..

    I feel Li ning products are not that popular in SG and JB.

    In fact, we bought our first pair li ning while in KL velocity..
    If I not wrong, there's actually 3 stores in KL.
    Went to sunway li ning but still prefer the one at velocity.
    Bigger and newer..

    I never saw those models in your picture.. I actually bought my recent ranger from shopee.my
    Then a dagger in SG..
     
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    You should try to check out this shop called Etakoh at Pertama Complex. I think they are the only independent sports shop that carries the most Li Ning products, apart from the Li Ning shops in malls. And they give good discounts too. Apart from Li Ning, they also have a wide range of Asics shoes. I always go there bcos they are the only in KL that has Ashaway strings.
     
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    My Li Ning Dual Cloud III after 4 months. :-((
    There's a hole on front sole of the left shoe because I tend to drag my left foot everytime i lunge forward to retrieve shots.
     

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    wow..
    you abuse the shoe badly..

    haha, our li ning shoes are still looking good..
    no such torn..
     
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    Hahah, all my previous shoes (adidas and yonex) suffered from the same abouse on the left front sole. But those shoes only had the front materials scratched bcos of the friction, but this Li Ning with the big hole is a new one for me. Lol
    I have just bought an Asics Gel Blade 7 mainly bcos i see the front sole guard material is quite tough. Let's see how it goes.
     
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    bad habits die hard..

    i also have this problem with my shoes, but they are on the rear of the soles.
     
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    Just curious, how did the shoes perform on the court?
     
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    Hi Briya, on the court it performs very well. Cushioning is plush. The toe area is wide and doesn't cramp my feet. Very stable on the court. Apart from the front sole that got "eaten up", everything else about this shoe I have no complaints. Ok, maybe one minor one is the shoe somehow looks rather bulky. I'm currently wearing an Asics Gel Blade 7. Looks a lot more sleek and stylish, but cushioning wise the Li Ning was better.
     
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    Thank you. Yeah Li Ning seems to have durability issues from what I heard. Nice! I want to try the ASICS Gel-Blade 7. Agree looks very nice but since I am pretty heavy individual. I decided on the ASICS Court Control FF instead as it feels like it has more cushioning on the heel area.
     

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