Poll: favorite line of shoe

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Bobo96, Mar 26, 2012.

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best shoe line

  1. Addidas Barricades

    18.1%
  2. Asics Gel resoulutions

    12.8%
  3. Asics Gel Challengers

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Nike vapors

    22.3%
  5. Nike Court Balistecs

    17.0%
  6. Kswiss Bigshots

    1.1%
  7. Addidas Adizeroz

    2.1%
  8. any Head

    3.2%
  9. any Prince

    7.4%
  10. other

    16.0%
  1. Bobo96

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    Let me know what you think?
     
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  2. WildVolley

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    Other. Yonex 304s.
     
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  3. Bobo96

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    Thanks for the input! how is it for a wider foot?
     
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  4. Vertiz

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    Other. Babolat Propulse (3 specifically). Arguably the best shoe I've ever tried on. I was a vapor wearer, then a 2k11/2k12 wearer, and then a barricade 7 wearer. The propulse blows all these shoes away!!
     
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  5. ProPlayer

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    dude, how can you not have lotto?? I cant believe I wore nikes for so long, nikes suck so bad in comparison to the lottos ive owned
     
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  6. Bobo96

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    I was just putting the ones that are more well known. Only allows ten, otherwise i'd have everything.
     
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  7. WildVolley

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    Pretty good for a wider foot. Yonex is known to have a wider than average toe box and a fairly standard heel. So if your foot is wider in the front, it is worth trying. My only complaint is that they aren't that durable. But I'll take light weight comfort and traction over durability.
     
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  8. Bobo96

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    anyone try the challengers before?
     
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  9. Bilders

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    For me it's the Nike Court Ballistec's. Perfect shape for my foot and great cushioning/stability/durability.

    Second are the Nike Vapors. Great cushioned feel, fit but average durability.
     
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  10. Bobo96

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    Very surprized the prince's are in 1st place so far.
     
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  11. WildVolley

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    It would be interesting to find which Prince shoe or line has the biggest following. The T-22 has a lot of fans. I found it a little heavy and a little tight in the toe box, but it was a stable shoe with excellent durability.

    Prince can make good shoes, but I wish they'd make a less cushioned shoe that was much lighter.
     
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  12. PMac

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    Other, Propulse 3.
     
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  13. Bobo96

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    hmmm, so far balistecs and other are tied for the lead. Surprized the resolutions did not get any more votes.
     
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  14. bigmalik76

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    Used to only wear B5's but tried Head Speed Pro's and love them. On my second pair now and will have 3rd one coming soon (durability guarantee).
     
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  15. Bobo96

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    Hmm your the first I've come by who likes the head shoes.
     
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  16. Bobo96

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    it's a tight race now.
     
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  17. ArliHawk

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    Other. Propulse 3. Great combination of breathability and support.

    Would be barricades, but I struggle with the breathability.
     
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  18. Bobo96

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    Anyone know where I can get resolutions 3, i guess TW discontinued.
     
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  19. The Big Kahuna

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    Nike 2K11 would be my pick.
     
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  20. jayoub95

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    Barricades FTW. Nike ballistecs 2nd and vapors 3rd..
     
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  21. tennishotdog

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    i love the barricades and courtballistecs.
     
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  22. Bilders

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    The barricades have been put ahead of CBs and Vapors by 2 previous posters. I wonder how they are now.
     
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  23. ATL Jack

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    I have wide feet and New Balance is the only shoe I have found that fits me properly.
     
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  24. bigmalik76

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    I have a hard time finding shoes that fit me properly due to high arch. I also need a very stable and robust shoe that can take a beating. After running out of B5's I tried on quite a few pairs and nothing seem to fit right until I stumbled across Head Speed Pro's. From my experience I can only recommend these shoes. I have not tried B7s but will look at them in the near future. B6s didn't fit me well so I went away from Adidas shoes.
     
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  25. SoCalJay

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    Other: Babolat ProPulse 2 and 3
     
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