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Chuck Patch Fleece Pants £28.99 delivered (Usually £35) @ JD Sports £25.00

£25.00 @ JD Sports
1st post so go easy on me..... All sizes available online, unsure of in-store currently. Usually £35 reduced to £25. BARGAIN. Only in Navy though Would love this same full tracksuit in Burg… Read More
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2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
1st post so go easy on me.....

All sizes available online, unsure of in-store currently. Usually £35 reduced to £25. BARGAIN.

Only in Navy though

Would love this same full tracksuit in Burgundy, but un-fortunately still haven't stumbled across the deal yet ;)
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Thanks for posting. Heat added.
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Needs £3.99 delivery adding:)
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Why not get the much cheaper everlast ones from sports direct - only 5.99 ? Unless of course you're going to be doing some kind of actual sports in them, rather than going shopping. :D

I only wear trackies in the house, or as extra layers outdoors in winter - I think my wife would divorce me if I wore tracksuits in public. It's only the benefit scroungers and various other tattoed monsters that wear these things outdoors around here, and the only exercise most of them get is walking to the post office to withdraw money. (Not a dig at the op by the way)
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Why not get the much cheaper everlast ones from sports direct - only 5.99 ? Unless of course you're going to be doing some kind of actual sports in them, rather than going shopping. :D

I only wear trackies in the house, or as extra layers outdoors in winter - I think my wife would divorce me if I wore tracksuits in public. It's only the benefit scroungers and various other tattoed monsters that wear these things outdoors around here, and the only exercise most of them get is walking to the post office to withdraw money. (Not a dig at the op by the way)



That's rather stereotyping don't you think?
My partner wears trackies in/out and I don't mind. Of course there's an appropriate time to wear them. But we're not benefit scrounges and my partner earns a bloody good wage compared to some. Please don't judge others because of what they wear.
No offence intended.

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