Looking for legit shoes

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Freedmaster
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Looking for legit shoes

Post by Freedmaster » 24 Jul 2014 07:58

Hey everyone I'm relatively new to this sport been playing for only a few months and i think it's about time i invest in some legitimate footbag shoes. From what I've read it seems like the new lavers aren't viable anymore. I can't find any of the old ones and haven't had any luck finding quantums. What should I do??

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Re: Looking for legit shoes

Post by Cass » 24 Jul 2014 08:05

What size are you?


Edit: The new lavers actually aren't so bad. I would recommend these over most other shoes if you can't find the older ones. I know players that currently shred in them and if you've never had previous versions you wont know what your missing anyways :)

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Re: Looking for legit shoes

Post by Freedmaster » 24 Jul 2014 08:45

Thanks for the feedback! I'm a 9-9.5 and ok if i can't find anything better I'll go with the new ones


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Re: Looking for legit shoes

Post by Freedmaster » 24 Jul 2014 15:42

Thanks but yeah those are all the heavier model

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Re: Looking for legit shoes

Post by mahhkohh » 25 Jul 2014 04:58

What Cass said, really those are better than anything else you might dig up, and if you go lucky and score an old pair some time in the future you can still wear the "heavy" version for loafing about and casual kicking... Like I do...

Also if you are courageous, there used to be a mod were you drill holes in the sole, look into that if you can't lift your feed in the new lavers. Because all this bs about shoes being too heavy is as old as this forum!
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Post by Freedmaster » 28 Jul 2014 06:21

Thank you!!!!!

Hmm to win the bid i would have to pay north of $80. Is it still worth it when i could get the new lavers for $65?

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Post by F[uns]tylin' Eclectic » 02 Aug 2014 06:54

Freedmaster wrote:Thank you!!!!!

Hmm to win the bid i would have to pay north of $80. Is it still worth it when i could get the new lavers for $65?
Yes, still worth it. The old version is where it's at.
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Re: Looking for legit shoes

Post by Freedmaster » 02 Aug 2014 09:19

Even if i just scored a pair of g units for $10?

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Re: Looking for legit shoes

Post by Allan » 02 Aug 2014 09:56

In my opinion, g units are superior to lavers in almost every way. They're rare though, so it's cool that you scored a pair. I just paid $130 for my new pair, so you got a steal too!

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