Wilson Crossfires

Discussion in 'Shoes and Apparel' started by failurebydesign, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. failurebydesign

    failurebydesign New User

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    My Nike Air Resolve's are almost wrecked and I enjoyed it's stability and durability but hated getting my feet torn up by it, especially my toes. How do Wilson Crossfires feel, and what's their durability like? I'm looking for possibly a less clunky shoe that can still retain the same durability.
     
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  2. tnkGod4tns

    tnkGod4tns Rookie

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    where can u get..........

    the nike shirts that's 60% cotton and 40% poly, I find these shirts to be more durable than the 100% poly, they tend to smell better too when sweating. Thanks.
     
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  3. barricade

    barricade Guest

    i think he's talking about the shoes...
     
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  4. arosen

    arosen Hall of Fame

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    Crossfires dst 02

    Very roomy in the toebox, not very cushy compared to yonex 303 but very comfortable. If you are size 9 I may have a pair for you.

    alex
     
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  5. TennsDog

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    I cannot comment specifically on the Crossfires, but I can comment, or rather complain, about the DST 02 technology. It is very bad for people who may wear through the heal of shoes. I never new I put wear on the heals until I got a pair of Zone DST 02's. The durability was not very good and the DST 02 technology puts plastic about 1/2 cm above the outsole. I wore through the outsole and the plastic became exposed which actually caused me to slip while playing...VERY bad. I did like the unibody design though.
     
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  6. Rod K

    Rod K New User

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    Arosen,

    I'm a size 9 and am interested in your crossfires. Email me at rkoehler@jps.net.
     
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