to get grip
to get grip
Badminton Racket Shuttlecock Badminton String Badminton Shoes Badminton Accessory by :marco galgana ^^ fb.com/nixx.maroo
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For badminton, you need at least two badminton racquets, shuttlecocks (or birdies), a net or badminton string, and proper clothing and tennis shoes.
It doesn't matter the type of shoes you wear when you shuffle, it just takes a lot of practice.
It depends on the condition of your current shoes/racket, if one's in poor condition whilst the other's still usable, pick the one in poor condition.Personally, I don't have shoes designated for Badminton beyond a pair of non-marking soles.In regards to the badminton racquet, I'd try and keep an old racquet if at all possible, as I don't like adjusting to the weight of a new one.
Main Equipments:ONE: The Racket (two to four)TWO: The Shuttlecock (birdie)THREE: A badminton courtFOUR: A Badminton net (can be self-made with proper usage of tape)Secondary Equipments:ONE: The Accessories (Shoes, grips)TWO: The ClothingInformation on each Equipments:Badminton shoes are lightweight with soles of rubber or similar high-grip, non-marking materials.Badminton shoes have little lateral support. High levels of lateral support are useful for activities where lateral motion is undesirable and unexpected. Badminton, however, requires powerful lateral movements. A highly built-up lateral support will not be able to protect the foot in badminton; instead, it will encourage catastrophic collapse at the point where the shoe's support fails.
The foam resin from which the shoes are made is called Croslite. Apart from that, only the company that originally made them - Foam Creations - would know.
No. You just have the net, racket and shuttlecock, but you can wear nonslip shoes to prevent you from slipping.
This is not my area of expertise or anything, but I think I can answer this question. I don't know where you live, but in the U.S., you can buy them at Wal-Mart, or Target. If that's not an option, Sports equipment stores will carry them. If all else fails, eBay would have them.
they wear shoes, mankinnies ans socks (not Michael Jackson ones though)
because your stupid