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Badminton is a fast-paced racquet sport that requires the player to move around in quick direction changes and lateral movements to hit the shuttlecock. Badminton requires proper equipment such as badminton rackets, shuttlecocks, attire, and especially proper footwear. Badminton shoes are differently designed when compared to regular shoes. Badminton shoes have thin soles to lower the center of gravity which reduces the risk of injuries. These sports shoes are specifically designed for footwork and movement for badminton. They are anti-slip and wear-resistant rubber which makes the perfect material for the soles of badminton shoes. They are even shock-absorbent and resilience.
It's important to invest in proper badminton shoes if you want to be comfortable and play your best. Every pair in our range has been designed to grip indoor courts and inject just the right amount of energy into your journey towards the centre line. Even better, all our badminton shoes have non-marking soles, so you won't have to avoid eye contact at reception next time you and your buddies are booked in. In order to make the best choice when selecting your badminton shoes, you need to take into account how often and the level at which you play. 1. Requirements Depending On Your Playing Frequency Depending on how often you play badminton and your skill level, you will have different needs compared to those of your partner or competitor. It’s important to choose a pair of badminton shoes based on YOU rather than just going with what someone else has as everyone is different and you don’t want to start off on the back foot.
For your first few steps into the world of badminton you will need shoes that are breathable and well ventilated. Sweaty toes do not make for a good player. Badminton Shoe BS 190 has the basic grip required on the court along with breathable upper, the best fit for beginners.
If you play badminton regularly, you will need more cushioned badminton shoes. This cushioning will absorb the impact on your feet during movements. Badminton Shoe BS 530 has a very good combination of cushioning and breathability, which is suitable for players progressing the level of their game on the court.
If you are an intensive player, support is an undeniable asset in any badminton shoe. High intensity movements mean you need shoes that protect your foot from this aggressive motion. Badminton Shoe BS 990 provides great support and stability to prevent from any injuries under fast movement with multi direction.
2. Wear-Resistance The more you progress in terms of your level of play, the more intense your movements will be, which means you will need a pair of shoes that last. We’re talking durability. With all of the rapid changes of direction and lunges you’ll be putting your shoes through, you need to pick a pair with wear-resistance soles.
Badminton shoes with maximum comfort - These types of shoes are designed with a DIAPAD cushioning system which reduces the impact on the heel for maximum cushioning as well as an up system inserts at the front part of shoes enhancing rebound when you take it off. These badminton shoes even have a great grip and great air ventilation.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Badminton shoes usually have gum soles which are also known as non-marking sole. Basically these non-marking soles do not leave any marks or scratches on the court. Most of the time you might be requested to wear a badminton shoe or walk barefoot inside the premises, therefore causing less damage on the courts.