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Boys Lego Trainers - £16.00 @ Sports Direct

£16.00 @ Sports Direct
This is my first submit so please be kind! Found these are sports direct instore and they have them online too! Fab and perfect for those Lego fans out there! Not too pricy too! - more styles ch…
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6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago
This is my first submit so please be kind!

Found these are sports direct instore and they have them online too! Fab and perfect for those Lego fans out there! Not too pricy too! - more styles check out their website

http://www.sportsdirect.com
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#1
Wow thanks for those!
#2
They're lovely. I like the multicoloured ones you've posted best. Are they boys trainers only?

Bought my niece Lego Kickers and the trainers would be a nice addition.

Here's the other styles: http://www.sportsdirect.com/Products/Default.aspx?DescriptionFilter=Lego

Some are £15, others £19.99.

Edited By: louiselouise on Dec 07, 2010 10:43
#3
Unless you have a free delivery code i think protocol is to put the whole price you pay in the title (e.g. £16 + £xx delivery, so people know the total cost they will be paying. However as its your first post and I can't find them any cheaper have some heat.
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i am genuinely gutted they are only for kids
#5
I need size 1 for my nephew,i wonder if they have any bigger sizes instore,13 seems to be the largest online,
#6
Shoes made of Lego oO

Ouch ;)
#7
these are great
#8
they should make these in adult sizes
#9
shaman
Unless you have a free delivery code i think protocol is to put the whole price you pay in the title (e.g. £16 + £xx delivery, so people know the total cost they will be paying. However as its your first post and I can't find them any cheaper have some heat.
heat from me! it does say instore as well as online, theres nothing wrong with thread
#10
oops i forgot they had stores- just because i hate going into them- apologies to OP
#11
deffo should be adult ones
#12
Oh no!! These are wicked!! But only size up to 13 :( I need a junior 2 for my wee lego fanatic! Fantastic find tho X)
#13
mumofthree
shaman
Unless you have a free delivery code i think protocol is to put the whole price you pay in the title (e.g. £16 + £xx delivery, so people know the total cost they will be paying. However as its your first post and I can't find them any cheaper have some heat.

heat from me! it does say instore as well as online, theres nothing wrong with thread


Theres nothing wrong with his/her post either.

I like to have had the P&P pointed out (where applicable). I just like knowing about it before I click on a deal or get to the checkout. As its her first post I think it was something worth pointing out too (in a nice way), it might help in future.

I voted hot (p&p on top or not! ;)).. my son will love these. Thank you :)
#14
the gooner
i am genuinely gutted they are only for kids

I am too
#15
heat added
#16
What's these C sizes all about??? What age group we talking here roughly???
#17
brj080402
What's these C sizes all about??? What age group we talking here roughly???


I think the 'C' is for 'Children' sizes.....they are mixed between 'infant' and' junior' ones....

Edited By: Mecoconuts on Dec 07, 2010 13:55
#18
thanks peeps! I will keep my eye out for more bargains - they are really good quality and also have lego prints on the base too! my son adores them! perfect pressie!!
#19
Mecoconuts
brj080402
What's these C sizes all about??? What age group we talking here roughly???
I think the 'C' is for 'Children' sizes.....they are mixed between 'infant' and' junior' ones....

Thanks but a typical man/father here lol not used to buying these sort of things lol. My Son is a 6H just now(2 and a half year old with the famous family instep! lol). Is there any there that are his size then peeps lol????
#20
Ordered 5 items from sports direct in response to another thread last week, let me put them in my basket and pay only to tell me after they had dispatched my parcel that only 1 item was in stock - not good customer service as the delivery fee is £3.99 (only worth it if you buy multiple items and they are in stock)
#21
Thanks Heat added :)
#22
Just been and bought a pair for my son who is mad on Lego, many thanks
#23
brj080402
Mecoconuts
brj080402
What's these C sizes all about??? What age group we talking here roughly???
I think the 'C' is for 'Children' sizes.....they are mixed between 'infant' and' junior' ones....


Thanks but a typical man/father here lol not used to buying these sort of things lol. My Son is a 6H just now(2 and a half year old with the famous family instep! lol). Is there any there that are his size then peeps lol????


I'm a father too ...LOL

The 6 is the childs foot size ...the H is the child foot width...

Your looking for size C6 ....you should be ok with the width as they are soft trainers...

Click on this link and look for C6 in tiny writing underneath the prices :

http://www.sportsdirect.com/Products/Default.aspx?DescriptionFilter=Lego


Edited By: Mecoconuts on Dec 07, 2010 16:16
#24
Just ordered a pair for my son, he will love these. Thanks
#25
If anyone is interested, they also have these in TKMaxx at the moment. Not sure how much, but think they're a similar price to this. They had a range of different styles in the 2 branches near me.
#26
quality newphew will love them..
#27
quality newphew will love them..
#28
Wow, I love them, ordered for DS. Thanks!
#29
I was in Hamilton Sports Direct last night and the ones above (Concrete, in Infants sizes anyway), were reduced to £12. I'd bought a pair the day before in Glasgow for £15. So, it looks like they may be reducing them even more :)

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