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I just tried two pairs of axis, and I can comment about sizing.

I wear street sneakers EU size 42.5. I normally like having about 1-1.5 cm (0.5 in) of room in front. Since they usually come in integer sizes, this means I usually wear 43, sometimes 42.
I like my TT shoes to be slightly larger and have about 1.5-2 cm (0.5-0.75 in) room in front.
My Asics shoes I wear for TT (Blast) are EU size 43.5 (28.0cm) and have a bit more room, so I'd say I should have picked EU size 43 for optimal fit.
My Nexy Petra shoes (1st gen) are EU 43 (KR 265!) and fit a bit tighter than my Asics shoes.

As to the Axis shoes, EU 42 is slightly smaller than my Petra shoes and about the size of my street shoes, while EU 43 is a bit larger than my Asics shoes.

All this is to say that if in doubt between two sizes, I would advise you to order the smaller size, rather than the larger.

My foot measures, from toe to tip, 272 mm.
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Originally posted by mon22 mon22 wrote:

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looks like clipper structure I wonder if it plays the same.is there cp version?
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NexyUSA.com will be stocking these new Axis shoes in late April 2018 along with a few other new Nexy products.

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Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by mon22 mon22 wrote:

Nice

looks like clipper structure I wonder if it plays the same.is there cp version?

To put this again into context, he was referring to Nexy Arche.
Yes, Arche comes in CP, as well.

Clipper is a 7-ply blade with Limba outer and the rest all Ayous. No thermally treated (burned) layers.
There's no Limba in Arche and it has a burned core. Nexy hasn't revealed the composition, but members on the forum guessed it might be Lati-Ayous-Spruce-Kiri-Spruce-Ayous-White Ash.
What makes you think it's similar to Clipper?

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