Which Shoe

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by Borat, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. Borat

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    Hey guys,
    I am looking into some new shoes. I am looking for good durabilty, pretty good weight, and low wear of traction. Which shoes do you guys like and why:
    -Adidas Barricade IV
    -Yonex SHT-305
    -Babolat Team All Courts
    -Nike Breathe II
    I am looking into the red/blck models if that matters. Thanks.
     
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  2. theace21

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    Can't beat the Barricades...
     
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  3. Borat

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    So I hear. Anyone have experience with the other shoes?
     
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  4. tarheels2323

    tarheels2323 Semi-Pro

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    My BF IIs just wore out (okay, they might be a little past that point) but I loved them. I'm either going to get another pair or get the Barricades. I'm sure you'd love to hear a comparison, as would I.
     
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  5. Voltron

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    I love the Barricades, the Babolat shoes are awful, I had a pair, terrible. I have heard the Yonex shoes are fantastic, but I'm not sure.
     
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  6. Voltron

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    The Barricades have a warranty and last a good while to boot.
     
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  7. Duzza

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    B4's are great....but if I were you, I wouldn't go with the crowd and I'd pick the Yonex. They look sweet, feel sweet, play sweet.
     
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  8. tennismike33

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    If you have a wider foot, as I do, the Nike Resolve are great fitting shoes. I have been through 4-5 pairs in the past 2 years. And, they are only $70 on TW.
     
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