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Brand: Asics India
Model: Attack Bladelyte 4
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₹ 4,799 ₹ 5,999
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  • Very Lightweight Shoes
  • Size - UK 8 weighs only 273gms
  • Very Good for Table Tennis Game too
  • Non-Marking Shoes

Delivery2-7 days

Asics Attack BladeLyte 4 Badminton Shoes

UK 6.5

UK 7

UK 8

UK 9

CM – 25.5

CM - 26

CM – 27

CM -28

EUR – 40.5

EUR – 41.5

EUR – 42.5

EUR - 44

Size - UK 8 weighs only 273gms

Rearfoot & Forefoot GEL Cushioning Systems

Attenuates shock during impact and toe-off phases, and allows movement in multiple planes as the foot transitions through the gait cycle.

The ASICS GEL Cushioning System has been the core technology of ASICS’ footwear for nearly two decades. Placed within the shoe’s midsole at key impact areas, the GEL Cushioning System works in conjunction with the midsole material to attenuate the shock experienced by the foot from vertical forces in all sporting activities. ASICS footwear meets the particular biomechanical needs of athletes. The GEL Cushioning System is a key component in meeting these needs and is developed in many densities and shapes to best fit the impact requirements of these athletes.

Rearfoot GEL During a standard run/play, the foot encounters vertical impact forces normally 3 to 5 times an athlete’s body weight during heelstrike. The GEL Cushioning System in the heel attenuates the shock from this. The Rearfoot GEL Cushioning System stabilises the foot during the first phase of the Impact Guidance System (I.G.S.).

Forefoot GEL The GEL Cushioning System in the forefoot reduces the loading forces that would normally be applied as the foot moves in propulsion. The Forefoot GEL Cushioning System works in conjunction with the midsole material to reduce the shear forces and the forefoot flex grooves to accommodate the pressure as the foot rolls through the “line of progression” to toe-off, the final phase of the I.G.S.

Rearfoot GEL and Forefoot GEL often are found together in a shoe because of their separate functions within a shoe’s construction.
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To measure your foot, place a blank piece of paper larger than your foot on the floor against the wall. Tape the paper down to the floor. Stand on the paper with your heel slightly touching the wall. Then use a pen to draw a straight line touching the outermost point of your toe.

Use your ruler or measuring tape to measure the length from the bottom of the paper to the top line that you drew. 

This number is your actual foot measurement, you can add 1-2 cm and convert them to the appropriate size.

shoes measurement guide