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Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Ronny, Jan 25, 2007.

  1. Ronny

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    Hey i am looking for new shoes, i currently have the barricade iv but they are now tarting to really hurt my feet. the question is which shoes should i go for or should i stick with the barricade. PS I have wide feet
     
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  2. cghipp

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    The Prince T9 Roadsters are excellent for wide feet, and very comfortable.
     
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  3. Ronny

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    I have a list of shoes after doing some research and need some help narrowing down. Yonex SHT304 & 305, Adidas A3 Prevail, New Balance 653,ct780,ct802 and ct822, Prince T9 roadster, Reebok Drop shot Pro, Reebok Upset DMX, Reebok Vector Pro, Wilson Prostaff 100, Adidas feather and barricade IV
     
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  4. Ronny

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    I play mostly on grass, hard and synthetic grass
     
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  5. jcstennis

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    i just got a pair of BIV's... i have wide feet and the BIV's are kinda snug. I tried 3 pairs of Princes. The have a wider front, almost squarish, which felt nice and all the ones i tried on were very, very comfortable and stable... maybe not as comfy as some KSwiss', but very nice. Try Prince out...
     
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  6. Ronny

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    Are the barricade 2's good for wide feet? and is the barricade IV considered a mid or low
     
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