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CRIVIT Running Shoes @ Lidl - men's & women's £14.99 - just like Onitsuka Tigers

£14.99 @ LIDL
Save £50 vs the top brand! Lookalikee/ rip-off trainers from Lidl starts Thursday (tomorrow) but lots of Lidls will stack the stock today, sure to be hot demand for these beauties. With a breathable … Read More
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Save £50 vs the top brand! Lookalikee/ rip-off trainers from Lidl starts Thursday (tomorrow) but lots of Lidls will stack the stock today, sure to be hot demand for these beauties.

With a breathable mesh upper for a perfect, natural fit and hard-wearing synthetic details
Includes an anatomically formed insole for ultimate running comfort
Treaded multi-zone soles provide traction control and a firm grip
Ladies’ sizes: 5 - 7
Men’s sizes: 8 - 11
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19 Likes
Blotch
Wish they did men's size 12 :(

Could you not just buy 2 pairs of size 6? :p
12 Likes
Spot the difference

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/281896/281896_25_f.jpg

https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41O-7eJG72L._AC_UL260_SR200,260_.jpg
8 Likes
davewave
anyone know whether these are a normal fit?
I think these are the abnormal ones Dave.
6 Likes
luvsadealdealdeal
Spot the difference

Yes. The only similarity - I can see - is they are both worn on the feet...
5 Likes
What are they like though?

Would these get me to the pub as quick as my Adidas ones?
And, I mean the ones with the 'go-faster' stripes.

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12 Likes #1
Spot the difference

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/281896/281896_25_f.jpg

https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41O-7eJG72L._AC_UL260_SR200,260_.jpg
5 Likes #2
What are they like though?

Would these get me to the pub as quick as my Adidas ones?
And, I mean the ones with the 'go-faster' stripes.
4 Likes #3
Wish they did men's size 12 :(
19 Likes #4
Blotch
Wish they did men's size 12 :(

Could you not just buy 2 pairs of size 6? :p
2 Likes #5
Blotch
Wish they did men's size 12 :(


no you don't.
#6
Ladies don't start until a 5 oO
6 Likes #7
luvsadealdealdeal
Spot the difference

Yes. The only similarity - I can see - is they are both worn on the feet...
#8
anyone know whether these are a normal fit?
1 Like #9
backinstock
Blotch
Wish they did men's size 12 :(
Could you not just buy 2 pairs of size 6? :p
Try the Skiing Website
2 Likes #10
Blotch
Wish they did men's size 12 :(


Can you actually run with those feet? :{
1 Like #11
Heat, but I can run faster in my slippers
2 Likes #12
luvsadealdealdeal
Spot the difference

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/281896/281896_25_f.jpg

https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41O-7eJG72L._AC_UL260_SR200,260_.jpg


I can't tell the difference.... oO
#13
You must be joking.
1 Like #14
Call me a cheapskate if you like, but I've bought the high top boots from Lidl a few times now. If these are of similar quality, they'll last for years, and are very comfortable.
2 Likes #15
It's a deal breaker for everyday walk or gym and maybe short runs for sure. Running shoes? Unless your knees, calves etc are undestructible. Mmight be heavy, made of cheap material and will wear off fast, poor protection and most likely uncomfortable, blisters after longer run etc. And not for those over 90kg. My 3 pence.
8 Likes #16
davewave
anyone know whether these are a normal fit?
I think these are the abnormal ones Dave.
4 Likes #17
airfix
davewave
anyone know whether these are a normal fit?
I think these are the abnormal ones Dave.
cheers, you have been a great help.
1 Like #18
alebastra
It's a deal breaker for everyday walk or gym and maybe short runs for sure. Running shoes? Unless your knees, calves etc are undestructible. Mmight be heavy, made of cheap material and will wear off fast, poor protection and most likely uncomfortable, blisters after longer run etc. And not for those over 90kg. My 3 pence.
So just like branded shoes these days then
#19
luvsadealdealdeal
Spot the difference

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/281896/281896_25_f.jpg

https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41O-7eJG72L._AC_UL260_SR200,260_.jpg


Both crap
#20
alebastra
It's a deal breaker for everyday walk or gym and maybe short runs for sure. Running shoes? Unless your knees, calves etc are undestructible. Mmight be heavy, made of cheap material and will wear off fast, poor protection and most likely uncomfortable, blisters after longer run etc. And not for those over 90kg. My 3 pence.
Got to report back on this - nope, nope and nope.

Just weighed one now, including mud 278g. I've done around 240km a month in them, was under 90kg until I started homebrewing but not now!

Here's an article about the Aldi cheap trainers. With those I'd say avoid the premium version as they're really padded in that marshmallowy sole that wears out in no time and compresses down after a few weeks.
2 Likes #21
these are absolute rubbish.
#22
Garbage
1 Like #23
how could a Germany owned retailer sell so many knock-off items on high street without any criminal charges is really beyond my understanding.
2 Likes #24
I love all the reviews from people that haven't actually tried them...
2 Likes #25
Wow they are identical, going to get 2 pairs. One for everyday and one for best.

Cheers op :)
#26
They will be much better for running in that the Onitsuka Tigers.
Just not as trendy down Wetherspoons. ;-)
#27
luvsadealdealdeal
Spot the differencehttp://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/281896/281896_25_f.jpghttps://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41O-7eJG72L._AC_UL260_SR200,260_.jpg
I know my eyesight is bad, but it's not THAT bad! Though the Bruce Lee Onitsukas are much cooler :p

Funnily enough, my brother asked for these earlier as a birthday gift from one of us siblings - he is a size 12 so not sure about the 11s. They look good for the price, though!
1 Like #28
alebastra
It's a deal breaker for everyday walk or gym and maybe short runs for sure. Running shoes? Unless your knees, calves etc are undestructible. Mmight be heavy, made of cheap material and will wear off fast, poor protection and most likely uncomfortable, blisters after longer run etc. And not for those over 90kg. My 3 pence.


Yeah coz nobody ran until 10 years ago when the latest shoes were developed ! The more engineered the shoe the more reliance on the shoe, the weaker calves become. Basically you can run in converse with no negative effect on joints as long as you build up your calves to take the impact rather than some shoe padding.
1 Like #29
Wish they had men size, not the current muppet sizes.
1 Like #30
alebastra
It's a deal breaker for everyday walk or gym and maybe short runs for sure. Running shoes? Unless your knees, calves etc are undestructible. Mmight be heavy, made of cheap material and will wear off fast, poor protection and most likely uncomfortable, blisters after longer run etc. And not for those over 90kg. My 3 pence.


Wrong. I had got a pair of running shoes for £14 2 ago I think it was. I did 19 miles every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. They'd die after 9 months. That's pretty good and they are very comfy.
#31
alebastra
It's a deal breaker for everyday walk or gym and maybe short runs for sure. Running shoes? Unless your knees, calves etc are undestructible. Mmight be heavy, made of cheap material and will wear off fast, poor protection and most likely uncomfortable, blisters after longer run etc. And not for those over 90kg. My 3 pence.


"Might", "most likely" - sure sounds like you have actual experience of these, maybe.
#32
luvsadealdealdeal
Spot the difference

http://www.lidl.co.uk/catalogmedia/uk/article/281896/281896_25_f.jpg

https://images-eu.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/41O-7eJG72L._AC_UL260_SR200,260_.jpg


You mean there's only one (difference)?
2 Likes #33
Great buy these trainers are .. been running in mine upto 5 miles per day for nearly 2 years and still going strong and comfortable too so heat added and highly recommended :D
#34
Onitsuka Tigers are not designed for running. They are Asics fashion brand.
1 Like #35
chenzz
how could a Germany owned retailer sell so many knock-off items on high street without any criminal charges is really beyond my understanding.

Kinda sums up the EU really. The Germans just do whatever they want, at everyone else's expense. Thank goodness for Brexit. We can now regain our British sense of honour.

Gotta dash. Cheap knock-off trainers to buy ;)
#36
When is it in store?
1 Like #37
louiselouise
When is it in store?
today
2 Likes #38
Got some, got running socks as well.
http://i.imgur.com/1QLibZo.jpg
£14.99 (running shoes) + £2.79 (socks) = £17.78

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 09, 2017 16:45: a
1 Like #39
louiselouise
Got some, got running socks as well.
http://i.imgur.com/1QLibZo.jpg
£14.99 (running shoes) + £2.79 (socks) = £17.78


That's nice. Just make sure to keep the receipt X)
#40
you could go into store in an old pair of slippers, put a pair of these on - then do a runner :)

(not advocating theft, though!)

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