Which shoe would you suggest?

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  1. Cygnas

    Cygnas New User

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    I currently have the Adidas CC Genius II and liked the fit of them at first but after about a month I have started getting a blister on my little toe b/c of them being so narrow. I was looking to get a new pair of shoes with a slightly wider forefoot and wanted to try to keep the price under $100.

    I was looking at getting a pair of one of following the Barricade VI since I have liked past Barricades, the Head Prestige Pro II, and the Head Speed Pro (both original and Lite).

    Which would you recommend in terms of having a slightly wide forefoot and decent ventilation (its hot where I am and I get blisters easily).

    Thanks
     
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    I just finished writing my review for the Head Speed Pro Lite shoes. If you're wanting a shoe for a wide foot, go with this. It's a pretty solid shoe with decent ventilation.

    Jason, TW
     
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    Thanks Jason.

    I used to have a pair of Prince T22 and liked the wider forefoot of it. Does the Speed Pro Lite compare to it?
     
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    Is the review for the Speed Pro Lite going to be up soon?

    Thanks.
     
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    The Speed Pro Lite fit me even wider than the T22's. The review is in the final stages of editing and should be available within a week.

    Jason, TW
     
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    Thanks for the recommendation Jason.
     
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