Karrimor Unisex Traveller Walking Trainer - From £16.99 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Get yourself out for a walk in this lovely weather! :)

Product Description
Karrimor lightweight casual walking shoe. Suede and Cordura upper with webbing gillie lacing system to ensure good fitting. Double lasted design with rubber outsole for grip and comfort.
Manufacturer's Description
Karrimor have been creating and supplying innovative products to pioneering expeditions and passionate enthusiasts since 1946. Karrimor's products are driven by experience in product design and countless expeditions and testing trips to some of the planet's harshest environments and toughest conditions.
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#1
All sizes in stock at time of posting

The price will range from £16.99 to £21.00 dependant on style

Edited By: leeparker on May 03, 2011 16:26
#2
Seems like a pretty standard price looking else where!
#3
They;re about this in Sports Soccer, the people who own them. Imagine the cheapest walking shoes you can buy and then stick a Karrimor (which was once a decent make) badge on them.

You're better off with a £10 nondescript brand, better than paying £6 for the name
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mocmocamoc
They;re about this in Sports Soccer, the people who own them. Imagine the cheapest walking shoes you can buy and then stick a Karrimor (which was once a decent make) badge on them.

You're better off with a £10 nondescript brand, better than paying £6 for the name
agree totally.
#5
gforce1uk
mocmocamoc
They;re about this in Sports Soccer, the people who own them. Imagine the cheapest walking shoes you can buy and then stick a Karrimor (which was once a decent make) badge on them.

You're better off with a £10 nondescript brand, better than paying £6 for the name

agree totally.


Sadly very true!! Comfy shoes with a life expectancy of approx 2 - 3 months![u][/u] The bottoms wore through on mine though the tops were relatively ok. Shame about the quality!!!
#6
I went through the lining in my pair within a week, walking 16 miles did it

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