What badminton shoes do YOU wear?

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  1. thumbelina

    thumbelina Regular Member

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    MMOA G-max

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    I love these! I have them in orange :)
     
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    the midsoles looks thick. is it a badminton shoes?
     
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    Got a couple of pairs of SHB 100 Ltd. Awesome shoe and would thoroughly recommend it.
     
  4. thumbelina

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    it is a badminton shoe.
     
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    what's the brand/model of the shoe thumbelina?
     
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    thumbelina's post is headed: MMOA G-max ;)
    They are Korean
     
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    stupid me... thx old hand... i'm blind so i don't read much =P
     
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    Hmm..judging from the looks,it doesn't really look like a badminton shoe.It's more of a training shoe,or aerobic.At lower level,u still can use any shoes to play badminton though..
     
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    badminton shoes

    Here's the two brands im wearing now (kawasaki and a new balance 651)during a game..normally i interchange it.i recommend this shoes..very comfortable and light!!!
     

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    I have now moved on.

    Because i have knee pain i now wear Asics Gel Sensei :)

    Very comfy indeed
     
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    my two pairs at the moment
     

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    I might as well post a picture of mine.

    Mizuno Sala Libre:
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  13. azabaz_ipoh

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    that mizuno shoes looks hot jhirata. :D and i am thinking of a gel sensei for my next shoe but dont know where i get one in malaysia. :(
     
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    Mine is Hi-Tec...
    It is Spicy Hot & Sexy :D
     

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    that is hot and sexy. i wished yonex produced bright and colourful shoes! so that you shine on the court. like they make good shirts but ppl look at footwork too!
    i believe all yonex shoes have a white base colour on it.
     
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    Nup, they released a pair in the states about 3 years ago that were black and silver only. Not a bit of white in sight :)
     
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    my new pair, mizuno wave smash SG, used twice only, hope can use it more often :crying:

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    my old pair, bought in Shanghai China, forget what brand

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    The second pair of shoes is called Li Ning, a very popular sports brand... compares to Nike!
     
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    Oh thx, I know the brand is the name of a China Olympic medallist winner, too bad only found it in China during my tour there 4yrs back, nv see this brand selling here in SG
     
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    help find shoes

    i bought the shb 100m, not limited edition ones that I see some people have. Not really happy with them, when I tried them on I thought it would be ok, but playing with them I realise I prefer a shoe which is lower to the ground like my old shb 90m. Feel sluggish or hampered by the fact that shb100m makes my heel much further off the ground. Anyone else feel like this? that a lower to ground shoe is better and if so what type of shoe would you recommend for me and perhaps where to buy? (perhaps I'll get use to the new shoes I dunno really...) thanks a lot for any advice guys.
     

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