Which Shoes?

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  1. Hewitt Aussie

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    Ok, i am soon about to buy a new pair of shoes, and i am wondering which shoes suit me? I was thinking about getting either
    Nike Vapor 4
    Nike Breathe Cage
    Babolat Propulse
    Adidas Barricades
    Yonex SHT-305
    I know that is a lot of choices, but hopefully you will be able to help me narrow it down to 1 or 2. I am a 3.5 player. I like to run around the court. I am fast, my foot is narrow, (not wide) and i want a cushioning and durable shoe. I will be playing on hard court 90% of the time. Thankyou.
     
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  2. Hewitt Aussie

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    someone?

    10 Char.
     
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  3. baselinerT

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    low or high arch?
     
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  4. Hewitt Aussie

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    low preferably. But the shoes i mentioned are all good and low.
     
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  5. Alex132

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    Breathe Cage!! those things are the bomb! I will get me some soon
     
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  6. ShiroRm

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    Barricades or Yonex, but I'd say Yonex: they're lighter
     
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  7. Hewitt Aussie

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    im leaning towards the breathe cage. I just got some of the nike bellow shorts and they have a hint of blue on them. So i might get the blue ones. Plus the breathe cages have a durability guarantee.
     
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  8. Hewitt Aussie

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    anyone else?
     
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  9. bank5

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    Air Max Breathe Cage - I haven't tried them but am currently using the Air Max Breath Frees which are by far the best tennis shoes I've ever owned
     
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  10. brandx

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    I like my New Balance 1002. Also, they cost less.
     
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  11. nyc

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    The cages have a roomier toe box compared to the frees, they're easier to get in, but I would move around too much in them. Between the two I would choose the frees. My $0.02.

    I know you don't need more choices, but I am very happy with the Asics Enqvists.
     
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  12. Hewitt Aussie

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    Which is the best out of the shoes i suggested for speed and getting around the court? Also, what are the differences between the BFII and the air max breathe cage?
     
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    yonex or cage both are great but yonex is lighter
     
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