P9200CC

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  1. Budi

    Budi Regular Member

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    Finally manage to found one for my size yesterday & thats the last stock. Lucky me:D. Today had some kicking with it on court, so i guest i want to share abit & abit comparation with my previous A950.

    SIMILARITY
    Well its Victor brand:p joke guys....
    When im wearing it & standing, like A950 my feet feel like want to roll inward.
    While standing, i tried to purposely roll my ankle but its not easy to do, as if the shoes helped with my body weight counter roll it & P9200 are slight harder to roll.

    CUSHION
    its obvious Allrounder vs Support, P9200 win. Today end game, i didnt feel any pain on my heel nor sore/tired on my ankle.

    STABILITY
    likewise P series win & coz of that great stability my ankle & heel are fine. Unlike when im using A950, at the end of the day my heel feel abit pain & my ankle feel tired/sore.

    WEIGHT
    Weighing it with my hand, i could feel P9200 are abit heavier & wearing both at the same time are noticable P9200 are heavier, but wearing P9200 alone & play with it, i dont feel im getting dragged or something. Well im no pro nor had to beat a pro, so the weight are no big deal. & with the stability it offer, im more confident to kick the pedal harder to move faster.

    OUTSOLE
    Few years back, for whatever reason some of my friend say Victor shoes are slippery. Having to use A950, i could say the outsole are good at any type of court & today P9200 also perform the same.

    THE BAD
    P9200 feel so stuffy inside, as if the shoes try to squeeze your foot inside. Kinda uncomfortable at 1st but after a while i get used to it. Some others might not like it.

    Being a heavy man myself, i could recommend this shoes to others Giant:p.
     
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    I was quite confused about the P9200 series. I was waiting for the P9200 AH to be released in Thailand (Spring 2022). I expected it to be a P9200II/P9200 Redefined. I asked a local Victor shop, they told me the new P9200 would definitely be the P9200II model. After some research on the Chinese forum (already sold in China) and looking at the pictures, it turned out Victor would be releasing the "old" generation of the P9200. It will just be a new color way and cheaper than the P9200II.

    I find this a bit strange. The CC version released after the P9200II is the II version. Now they are going back to the old model. Why don't they just release a new color way of the P9200II? The shoe is already out of stock. Isn't the second generation always supposed to be better?

    In any case, I managed to find a P9200II and had a 3 hour session with a pair of them. They are THE BEST shoes I've ever worn. My previous shoes were Yonex Comfort Z 2, Asics Court Control ff, Asics Gel Blade 6, Victor P8510, Li-Ning Ranger Speed and some other low end models. The P9200II is by far the most well rounded stable shoe. Not too heavy, great cushioning (not too soft like Asics, not too hard like Yonex), very stable, and great fit. It is also very breathable. I am a bit concerned about the durability though. The hole on the side seems easy to be torn apart. Nevertheless, I am very satisfied with the product.

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  3. Budi

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    Not sure if II mean 2 as Victor like to use alphabeth instead of number & its not always in sequence.
    Regarding 9200, if im not mistaken there is low/mid end model. The design are somewhat different but carry the same name.
     
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    II definitely means 2. In any case, it's written on the shoe as redefined version. The low end version is P9200 TD. The "take down" is Li-Ning's thing I think. They like to make TD rackets (and Yonex is now doing it with Pro, Tour, Play racket series).

    I can't imagine other brands upgrading their shoe but then go back to manufacture the old version. Imagine if Yonex mass produces the 65z 3 and then go back to 65z 2 or the old 65z again. Doesn't make any sense to me.
     
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    The II is a wonderful shoe for someone like me with weak ankles from previous injuries.
     
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    not sure either. Coz my shoes before are A950 which pack a bunch of tech yet the price tag are somewhat mid end. Idk if Victor put the wrong pricing or the tech writen on the website are the wrong one.
     
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    hi guys, question. what does it mean by "take down"? what compromises do they make on this new release of P9200 to make it cheaper? I'm just wondering. I hope the support and cushion are still there.
     
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    saw it when i buy my 9200cc offline at store.
    I didnt try it so cant say about the cushion & comfort but just by look it seems the upper are lower grade leather & the sole are abit harder when i try to pinch it.
     
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    Just looking at the specs you see a lot of difference at the midsole:

    P9200 - Light Shock-Absorbing EVA+Light Resilient EVA+ENERGYMAX 3.0+TPU+Carbon Power
    P9200TD - EVA + ENERGYMAX + Nylon Sheet

    From the photo, the heel area looks much more cushioned for the original P9200.

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    I am looking to replace my P8510 shoes, since I couldn't find them anymore. P8510 is the best, comfortable badminton shoe that I have used so far.
    As you know, P8510 is U3.0. Does P9200 also come in U3.0?
     
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    it's V2.5, p9200TD come in U3.0 if u want, but it's not good as p9200ii in technologies

    anyway, i always thought that my feet is U3.0
    but when i try u3.0 my thumb toe is hurt a little bit
    then i try v2.5 p9200ii tty and it's good

    like wtf? does that v-shape or u-shape matter?
    when i asked online shop, they told me that we can use u-shape or v-shape depends on size
    but larger size mean larger risk, right?
     
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    That’s why you should always try wearing the shoe first to find what’s comfortable.
     
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    some shop wont like if we try and then go without buy XD
    because online shop is cheaper and lot of bonus
     
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    which country is this? I never had this problem before.


    Yes. Spend less money for a shoe that you can’t use. Then you need to spend more to get the shoe you can use.
     
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  15. Budi

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    Aside from culture thing & habit which might be different from country to country.
    But maybe i had some picture why shop hate this.
    The buyer didnt know what they actually want. They try 1 by 1 each item on the shop, messing the whole display, not to mention asking the keeper for their size & eventually didnt feel like any of it or the price didnt fit their budget, & end up not buying anything.

    I myself always do my homeworks looking review or thing about what im looking for. Check the price if it fit my budget. When thing are clear, i go to shop just to test & fitting which normally only 2-3 different model to try & the reason i wont buy coz they dont have my size. So i wont bother them to much testing a whole stock on store.
     
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    i did my research and i did know what i want
    when i went to shop, i only tried 3 models, p9200td, p9200, p9200ii tty
    but sometimes to get your size, the shop keeper must check their storage
    it takes time and i have to test it first

    and the test takes time, i have to try shoes for 5-10 mins each
    still, after that, i have to reconsider it again because the store that i went to didnt have the colour i want
    XD

    still, there are so many factors that buyers dont buy the shoes after they try it
    like budget, colour, model, comfort, technologies, etc
    although they did their research, u will be tempted to try another good shoes when in the store
    and yeah, the store will always hate the people that only look and not buy, even they dont bother the shop keepers
     
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    Followup question. You picked the same size for V shape as well or one size higher?
     
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    Is there a difference between P9200CC and P9200II? When I checked the products technologies they both are same. Where I live P9200CC is available in stock.
     
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    Idk if its the same or not.
    There is no 9200II when i buy mine & my previous shoes are A950.
     
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    i pick the same size
    v shape 42 & 43
    u shape 42 & 43

    i try p9200td, p9200, p9200ii tty edition

    p9200ii tty edition fits me very well
    its kinda soft to my thumbtoe when i try very quick move, it feels the best than others
    sadly i only can try with my right foot, cause i hurt my left ankle
    i will go to the shop again when my feet are ready and buy the shoes

    recommend that u go to shop and try directly
     
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