Finally manage to found one for my size yesterday & thats the last stock. Lucky me. Today had some kicking with it on court, so i guest i want to share abit & abit comparation with my previous A950.
Well its Victor brand joke guys….
When im wearing it & standing, like A950 my feet feel like want to roll inward.
While standing, i tried to purposely roll my ankle but its not easy to do, as if the shoes helped with my body weight counter roll it & P9200 are slight harder to roll.
its obvious Allrounder vs Support, P9200 win. Today end game, i didnt feel any pain on my heel nor sore/tired on my ankle.
likewise P series win & coz of that great stability my ankle & heel are fine. Unlike when im using A950, at the end of the day my heel feel abit pain & my ankle feel tired/sore.
Weighing it with my hand, i could feel P9200 are abit heavier & wearing both at the same time are noticable P9200 are heavier, but wearing P9200 alone & play with it, i dont feel im getting dragged or something. Well im no pro nor had to beat a pro, so the weight are no big deal. & with the stability it offer, im more confident to kick the pedal harder to move faster.
Few years back, for whatever reason some of my friend say Victor shoes are slippery. Having to use A950, i could say the outsole are good at any type of court & today P9200 also perform the same.
P9200 feel so stuffy inside, as if the shoes try to squeeze your foot inside. Kinda uncomfortable at 1st but after a while i get used to it. Some others might not like it.
Being a heavy man myself, i could recommend this shoes to others Giant.
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