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JJB Childrens Nike/Reebok Trainers - From £4.00 Brand New

£4.00 @ JJB Sports (in administration)
Just been to my local JJB in Swansea and got 2 pairs of childrens trainers for £11.50 in the Clearance Zone. Dont think you can beat paying such a small amount for 2 toddlers trendy names trainers. …
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Just been to my local JJB in Swansea and got 2 pairs of childrens trainers for £11.50 in the Clearance Zone. Dont think you can beat paying such a small amount for 2 toddlers trendy names trainers.

Pink Reebok Classics with pink flashing lights for £4 - rrp £24.99
Brand new - no marks or seconds - had sizes 4,5,6,7,8,9 and 10

also

Nike Air Max 90 II Velcro Infants - Size 7 - £7.50 - rrp £22.99
They had sizes 5,6,7,9,10 in clearance zone in stock

Loads and Loads of choices, i was just buying for my 2 girls but there was loads of choices for boys infant and juniors.
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#1
Good price!!

Just a question though. When you take children to get new shoes the length and width are measured - or at least they should be. Trainers sizes are only in length only.

If it's that important to get the width right then why don't trainers come in widths too? The reason I ask is because my son got his first shoes a month ago from Clarks. His feet are wide and I wouldn't want to squash them in to trainers as babies feet are so soft and undeveloped.
#2
smk77
Good price!!

Just a question though. When you take children to get new shoes the length and width are measured - or at least they should be. Trainers sizes are only in length only.

If it's that important to get the width right then why don't trainers come in widths too? The reason I ask is because my son got his first shoes a month ago from Clarks. His feet are wide and I wouldn't want to squash them in to trainers as babies feet are so soft and undeveloped.


Hiya,

i do agree with what your saying about widths sizing etc, however sports shops dont come in widths and dont offer the chance to buy them width wise. Clarkes are great for sandals and school shoes etc but no decent trainers there so its a hard one to judge.

My big girl is 10 now and she has always had sports trainers from birth and her feet are absolutely fine so to be honest i guess its personal choice.
#3
PINIFANY1977
Hiya,

i do agree with what your saying about widths sizing etc, however sports shops dont come in widths and dont offer the chance to buy them width wise. Clarkes are great for sandals and school shoes etc but no decent trainers there so its a hard one to judge.


I think that Clarks have quite a nice range of trainers. At least for boys.

http://www.clarks.co.uk/Assets/Clarks/products/2/0/3/20325112_A_t.jpg

http://www.clarks.co.uk/Assets/Clarks/products/2/0/3/20324550_A_t.jpg

I guess by the time my son is 5 he'll be wanting something that's not from Clarks though!

PINIFANY1977

My big girl is 10 now and she has always had sports trainers from birth and her feet are absolutely fine so to be honest i guess its personal choice.


her feet could be fine because they were average width or less when she was younger and therefore fitted the average trainer. It's a tricky one!
#4
PINIFANY1977
Hiya,

i do agree with what your saying about widths sizing etc, however sports shops dont come in widths and dont offer the chance to buy them width wise. Clarkes are great for sandals and school shoes etc but no decent trainers there so its a hard one to judge.

My big girl is 10 now and she has always had sports trainers from birth and her feet are absolutely fine so to be honest i guess its personal choice.


New Balance do width fittings. Visit a proper running shop to get them measured.
#5
bump x
#6
my jjb doesnt have a clearance or sale section anymore :(
#7
I always got StartRite shoes for my kids. In my opinion Nike kids trainers just aren't developed with a childs long term foot care in mind, they're just mini versions of the adults. Buy proper childrens fitted footwear and forgoe the trendy labels, you childs feet are more important than dressing them like a chav.
#8
Might be worth remembering what we were told last time we bought Nike trainers for our kids- they are a full size smaller than the measurement given in Clarks.
#9
Jack ******* !! :):)
#10
I always get my childrens feet measured properly and they always have clarks or startrite etc fitted shoes, but i do buy trainers for them to play in outside, save them ruining their shoes. I usually find that Nike air max are very good, as they are leather, and they are quite a wide fitting which fit my kids feet well. I wouldnt pay expensive prices for a plastic trainer.
I got my last pair of trainers for my daughter (Nike leather trainers) in JJB for £5!!

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