Do the Yonex Power Cushion Durable II fit wide?

bobtodd

Rookie
I am interested in these shoes, but I'm concerned about the width. I currently wear Babolat SFX's. I have read good reviews on these shoes. Appreciate any fit comments.
 

WildVolley

Legend
Unfortunately, I've never worn the PCD II shoes. On another thread, a poster mentioned that they were sized differently than the PCD originals. Whether this was due to the upper material being different or the sizing being shifted down one on the lasts wasn't clear.

The original PCD fit normal in the heel and had a wider forefoot in my opinion. Some wearers thought they fit a half-size long. I wore them comfortably at my given size but have to size up a 1/2 size in most Prince shoes to have enough forefoot room. My E-width feet with a wide toe spread were happy with them. If I were to try the PCD II, I'd size up a half-size because what I've read about them.
 

bobtodd

Rookie
Unfortunately, I've never worn the PCD II shoes. On another thread, a poster mentioned that they were sized differently than the PCD originals. Whether this was due to the upper material being different or the sizing being shifted down one on the lasts wasn't clear.

The original PCD fit normal in the heel and had a wider forefoot in my opinion. Some wearers thought they fit a half-size long. I wore them comfortably at my given size but have to size up a 1/2 size in most Prince shoes to have enough forefoot room. My E-width feet with a wide toe spread were happy with them. If I were to try the PCD II, I'd size up a half-size because what I've read about them.
Thanks, I'm thinking about giving the T22's a shot. Maybe even the light version.
 

WildVolley

Legend
Thanks, I'm thinking about giving the T22's a shot. Maybe even the light version.
Read about the different fits of the T22s. The Cambodian version is said to be made on a narrow last than the other versions.

I wear the PCD in size 11.5 and the T22s in size 12, because the 11.5 T22s pinch my toes too much from the sides. The T22 is a heavier shoe and a little stiffer, than the PCD, but some find it more stable because of the forefoot claws in the design. It is definitely a shoe worth trying if you have slightly wider feet, but I find it a little more pointed in the toe box compared to the PCD. I often use the T22 as my practice shoe.
 
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