Shoe Photos

Discussion in 'TW Questions/Comments' started by Carolina Racquet, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. Carolina Racquet

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    Kudos to TW for carrying a great selection of tennis shoes. They become harder and harder to find in US retail stores.

    Your photos really showcase the shoes, but if I could make a suggestion it would be include a photo of the uppers from "above". Similar to how you see them if you were wearing them and looking down.

    The only photos of the uppers are from the side and from angles.

    I think this additional photo will be of great benefit for those who are most concerned with footbed width and your current layout of photos make that visual determination very difficult.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. TW Staff

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    Thank you for the suggestion! I'll pass this along to our imaging department.

    Jason, TW
     
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  3. MayDay

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    Probably am asking for too much, but it would also be great if a standard reference size (9, 9.5 or 10) with width reference (cm/in) is in the pictures. Of course, how wide it looks might not correlate exactly to how wide it feels, but it would be a good "ball park" reference.
     
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  4. Carolina Racquet

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    TW Staff... Thank you for including the 'top down' image of the new Yonex SHT-307 shoes. It really does help in determining the width of the shoe.

    Kudos!
     
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  5. GoSurfBoy

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    I posted above, but this thread is of great interest.

    Measurements - or even an 'overlay' type of setup would be a HUGE asset.

    I could start with my favorite footbed, a Prince T22, and select another shoes footbed 'overlay' to see if the box narrows down as so many shoes do - despite the pictures, which look good, but can be misleading.

    Short of that...lol...just footbed measurements. I'm sure you guys no more relish shoes coming back as we do having to send them back!

    Thanks
     
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