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Karrimor Mens hiking boot - £50.00 @ Amazon !

£50.00 @ Amazon
Having gotten sick of falling over in the snow several times lately I thought it about time I purchased some better footwear. These look spot on and although you do have to agree to take out an ama… Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Having gotten sick of falling over in the snow several times lately I thought it about time I purchased some better footwear.

These look spot on and although you do have to agree to take out an amazon credit card to get a further £15 discount, i still think this is a very good deal.

Here's some stuff about the product -
Karrimor use waterproof, breathable membranes in its footwear to keep water from entering whilst allowing water vapour (sweat) to escape. Even while sitting still over eight hours, your feet will sweat the equivalent to a one-quarter cup of water. During even gentle exercise, this can be greatly increased. Wet feet blister, and feel cold and uncomfortable. The membranes Karrimor uses, allows water vapour to escape, leaving feet dry and comfortable.
Outsole
Karrimor use durable outsoles that provide high levels of grip. Karrimor uses Vibram outsoles on all its models, which are widely recognised as the market leader in outdoor footwear outsoles. Vibram outsoles can be replaced when they do finally wear out. Many of the Vibram outsoles used are exclusive designs Karrimor has developed with Vibram - exclusive to Karrimor designs and last.
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Pls try to include price & retailers name in the title - added for you now :)
#2
I would not be taking out a credit card to get these boots or any other product
#3
Think it would be best to have the price showing as £50 (the normal price)

Also, not too sure how the quality is, regarding Karrimor boots .. there are a few other HotUKDeals postings on this topic
#4
I dont think you should be including the £15 discount as not everyone is eligible for it. The price should be £50.

Thanks for posting. Someone may find it helpful.
#5
sj475
I would not be taking out a credit card to get these boots or any other product


They're normally £50 which isn't bad but you get another £15 discount for taking a credit card, I'll be cutting it up as soon as it arrives as I don't need another.
#6
Kayote
I dont think you should be including the £15 discount as not everyone is eligible for it. The price should be £50.

Thanks for posting. Someone may find it helpful.


Amended, cheers.
#7
chorby
They're normally £50 which isn't bad but you get another £15 discount for taking a credit card, I'll be cutting it up as soon as it arrives as I don't need another.


If this is a 'normal price', it's not a hot deal hence cold
#8
These were 54.99 in TK-Maxx two months ago. No credit card required cold from me.

Although they have proved very handy in the snow. Definitely got my moneys worth.

Edit just re-read the post and seen the item is £50.00excluding the credit card.

Ok deal but a bit like locking the stable door after the horse has bolted?
#9
Karrimor used to be a quality brand, but has gone downhill fast since being taken over by Sports Direct.
#10
If you just want a pair of walking boots with grip for the snow, then Millets or Hawkshead is as good a place as any for their own brand. I don't have a problem with Karrimor: I wear them everyday for several hours but I do look after them.
#11
Sorry but overpriced for what they are, better boots at better prices available
#12
happybhoy
Karrimor used to be a quality brand, but has gone downhill fast since being taken over by Sports Direct.

Although they were taken over by Sports Direct, is there any proof that the more pricey Karrimor footwear is any different than it was before? Isn't it just the case that Sports Direct have added a lot of cheaper stuff to the Karrimor range, so if you buy a pair of £50+ shoes they'll still be pretty good, it's just if you buy the £20 pair that they will be a bit rubbish?

I was in Millets today and tried on two pairs of shoes reduced to around £40 in their sale, and they recommended the Karrimor shoes over the Salomon.... though I ended up not buying either of them.
#13
If you don't like something, why do you have to chime in? That sort of attitude merely discourages people from posting and then, sooner or later, the whole HDUK community misses out on a spectacular deal because someone is too afraid to post it!
banned#14
talksalot81
If you don't like something, why do you have to chime in? That sort of attitude merely discourages people from posting and then, sooner or later, the whole HDUK community misses out on a spectacular deal because someone is too afraid to post it!

And then you get loads of posts at -500 and the poster asking why are my posts cold??? Many people post deals to find out if it's good or not....

This is a forum, in forums people talk and voice their opinions...

In this case the above comments are all correct... Karrimor have gone down hill big style since being bought by sports direct, they've de-valued the brand
#15
I bought a pair of Karrimor boots from T K Maxx about 2 months ago, vibram soles ones too. They cost about £50, unfortunately they have fallen apart after walking about 10 miles in them. When I say fallen apart, I really mean it too and both shoes have the same problem. Worse still I can't find my receipt and it appears I paid cash as I can't find anything on my debit or credit cards to match it up to.
I looked on the Karrimor website and it looks like they don't want to know, just contact your retailer if you have a problem.
I wouldn't buy another pair of this brand and have never had shoes fall apart like this before.

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