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Karrimor Casual Mens Snow Boots £19.99 karrimor.com

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the price includes postage there are a few sizes available, think these are ideal for the price for walking the dog
mercslkman Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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cmncomp
Just outside Leicester it's snowing now!
you can keep it pal :)
Just outside Leicester it's snowing now!
Hmm, wanted some formal snowboots
Ah, its the brown ones that are £15, now I see......
Tried to order size 10 online - came to £31.99 including postage, boots priced at £27.00.
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Karrimoor running clothes - Tops etc. from £3.50 + £4.99 del @ Karrimoor

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Was having a look at the women's running clothes and noticed that they had a lot of items selling from £3.50 onwards! Cheap for the Karrimoor brand! May be better deals to be found on the store...
loopeygirl101 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago2 Comments
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Since Karrimor is owned by Sports Direct, all the stuff you see at the Karrimor site is available at the same price from Sports Direct, should you wish to avoid p&p.

I've a couple of pairs of (men's) Karrimor running shorts, and they are perfectly good.
Unfortunately Karrimoor isn't the brand it once was. Now owned and produced by Sports Direct.
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Karrimor Xlite 3 Tent £85.00 @ Karrimor

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Had a Karrimor tent now for 10 years, the Omega, not available now, but i swear by it. This one would be my option for replacing it, 4000HH with a decent porch and still light enough to strap to my ru…
Heirophant Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago26 Comments
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Coleman Cobra pro is not ripstop. One of the current trends to print/emboss the outer surface of a polyester fly with a pretend ripstop pattern that adds no structural value to the fabric but does save on costs, it never went out to the usual retailers and possibly intended for go outdoors? is now being discounted by a couple of smaller suppliers who bought up the stock. The Aravis is the latest and better version of the Cobra.
Thought the Coleman Cobra Pro 3 was going to be the better tent as 6000 fly and 2.9kg weight. Compared to Aravis 4000 fly and 3.35kg



Cobra 3 - £51.09 @ Amazon with code...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/coleman-cobra-3-three-person-backpacking-tent-51-09-delivered-amazon-2253423

Possibly even £41 if you are eligible for the following;

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/buy-40-amazon-gift-card-get-10-free-eligible-customers-only-2253215?p=25652267
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shedloads

Coleman Cobra pro is not ripstop. One of the current trends to print/emboss the outer surface of a polyester fly with a pretend ripstop pattern that adds no structural value to the fabric but does save on costs, it never went out to the usual retailers and possibly intended for go outdoors? is now being discounted by a couple of smaller suppliers who bought up the stock. The Aravis is the latest and better version of the Cobra.
Thought the Coleman Cobra Pro 3 was going to be the better tent as 6000 fly and 2.9kg weight. Compared to Aravis 4000 fly and 3.35kg

I'm loathed to say it, because I detest Sports Direct....but that Karrimor is the best spec'd tent for the money at the moment.

However, if you are in no hurry, I would personally keep an eye out for a discounted Wild Country Hoolie 2 or 3 or if you are really lucky, get yourself a Wild Country Aspect 2

http://www.livefortheoutdoors.com/Gear-Reviews/Search-Results/Tents/Wild-Country-Aspect-2-2010/

I owned the Aspect (1 person), and thought the design was superb. It had headroom throughout the tent, and a nifty door design that allows you to peg it out as an awning (great for rainy days!). It is made by Terra Nova, which is a very highly regarded British outdoor pursuits company. Their top end expertise filters down in many areas of these more budget orientated tents.

http://www.livefortheoutdoors.com/upload/540994/images/IMG_0376.jpg

http://www.livefortheoutdoors.com/upload/540994/images/IMG_0389.jpg

http://tse3.mm.bing.net/th?id=OIP.M58206e11324aa8fe28748bb3b055728co0&pid=15.1

Edited By: wenttoabetterplace on Jul 27, 2015 16:11
shedloads

Coleman Cobra pro is not ripstop. One of the current trends to print/emboss the outer surface of a polyester fly with a pretend ripstop pattern that adds no structural value to the fabric but does save on costs, it never went out to the usual retailers and possibly intended for go outdoors? is now being discounted by a couple of smaller suppliers who bought up the stock. The Aravis is the latest and better version of the Cobra.

Thought the Coleman Cobra Pro 3 was going to be the better tent as 6000 fly and 2.9kg weight. Compared to Aravis 4000 fly and 3.35kg
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can't argue with stupid. this is a decent tent. I have the 2 person version. this price maybe a bit much as I paid 40 for the xlite 2.
can imagine that guy moaning has nothing better to do. probably moans on motorbike deals saying why spend that on 2 wheels and no roof whe n you can get a car etc. I find it strange he thinks you buy a tent to live in it. I wonder what he camped in as a kid.
A tent. Own a ZZR 1400.
My main point, until someone decided to get all defensive over his tents (which is always an invitation to wind someone up) was that Karrimor are now a crap brand owned by Sports Direct.
Nah, your MAIN point (i.e., the one that you lead with) was a poorly judged, crass comment...
"£85 to live like a homeless person...."
Your secondary comment was about the quality (or lack thereof) of the Karrimor brand;
"Anyway, Karrimor isn't what it was 10 years ago... Use a Sports Direct carrier bag with good handles, they're effectively the same thing."
Given your motorbike willy waving, it doesn't surprise me that you so willingly look down on the things others enjoy.
That's correct. £85 to put a carrier bag over your head and sleep outside like a homeless person would. The motorcycle comment was a direct response to MisterMike who wrongly assumed I'd **** off motorcycle deals.
Stuart. I am sure you have more class than you are demonstrating on this thread. So why not just step back for a moment and think about how poorly you portray yourself?
Also, with regards your attempts to take pot shots at us....
I personally have no issue with being likened to a homeless person. They almost universally behave with decency and respect to their fellow man - even if they find themselves in an unenviable place in life. I'm not sure I'd pay the same complements to you...
I've just stepped back. Tripped over my guide rope and fallen into my tent. Have a good night :)
wenttoabetterplace
I imagine the materials used are probably lighter weight ripstop materials. The actual core experience will be the same as the normal Coleman Cobra 3http://www.amazon.co.uk/Coleman-Cobra-Three-Person-Backpacking/dp/B0047T69SC/ref=pd_cp_86_1?ie=UTF8&refRID=03HKPJCE14F9RY8EBJ6M
Seems to get pretty fair reviews -- though it is almost certainly NOT a 3 man tent. So if that is important for you, don't get that tent :).
Where are you going to be using the tent, and how many people will be staying in it? Do you value plenty of interior space (good for festivals etc), or do you want it to be able to stand up to some heavy weather?
I don't have much experience with 3 man tents - but if you tell me what you're after (and your budget) I'll have a little look around for you.

Just for simple summer camping at the coast (June to Sept). But as the last two visits have been hit by rain and gusts for days I've decided my cheap Coleman Bedrock 2 isn't practical or roomy enough.

To fit two people max, but I always look at one size up so can keep belongings in tent and not be bumping in to each other while asleep.

Being able to sit upright would be nice so a dome tent might be better as don't lose movement space in tent (Cobra wedge means you stuck at one end if want to sit up). But think I prefer more than one doorway and all the 3 man tents I've seen have a sealed seam somewhere on the ground sheet instead of single continuous fabric.

Think the £70 for Cobra Pro is max I wanted to pay. So will probably be waiting for end of season price reductions now.
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Spin Karrimor Hot Rock Mens Walking Boots £35.00 from £79.99

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Just bought myself some of these, £45 on ebay 2nd hand, £35 on Karrimor's own website, brand new! The Karrimor Hot Rock Mens Walking Boots are formed with a stitched suede upper with Weathertite Ex…
uktottys Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago25 Comments
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Yeah, the heart attack, air ambulance trip and 3 day coma put paid to me doing marathon walks last year.
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Karrimor is owned by sports direct. They make up stupid RRp's and deliver cheaply made not fit for purpose tat! Unfortunately there's lots of people who don't know this and SD are deceiving them into thinking they've got a bargain.
Be assured you haven't. This is the regular over inflated price with the laughable rrp! Don't get sucked in by this terrible company. Do your research first!
Research?? I hiked 6 miles last week, I wanted some shoes, I found some for £35
Research complete!
​Hiked 6 miles? That's a stroll fella.....
Had you done a proper hike then you'd have soon seen why these aren't a bargain!
That's sort of my point, which you completely missed, IF I was doing 50 miles I would need £200 boots as I am NOT then I guessed these would suffice.
My bicycle is £500 cos I cycle 20 miles, if I wanted to do the Tour De France, I may have spent £5,000 on a carbon fibre one.

You might have a point if you're only going to go for a hike/walk once or twice. If you're doing a few walks, even short ones, these will soon show their lack of quality.

Edited By: topss on Jul 07, 2015 10:16: spelling
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Jetset1981
Karrimor is owned by sports direct. They make up stupid RRp's and deliver cheaply made not fit for purpose tat! Unfortunately there's lots of people who don't know this and SD are deceiving them into thinking they've got a bargain.
Be assured you haven't. This is the regular over inflated price with the laughable rrp! Don't get sucked in by this terrible company. Do your research first!
Research?? I hiked 6 miles last week, I wanted some shoes, I found some for £35
Research complete!
​Hiked 6 miles? That's a stroll fella.....
Had you done a proper hike then you'd have soon seen why these aren't a bargain!


That's sort of my point, which you completely missed, IF I was doing 50 miles I would need £200 boots as I am NOT then I guessed these would suffice.
My bicycle is £500 cos I cycle 20 miles, if I wanted to do the Tour De France, I may have spent £5,000 on a carbon fibre one.
uktottys
Jetset1981
Karrimor is owned by sports direct. They make up stupid RRp's and deliver cheaply made not fit for purpose tat! Unfortunately there's lots of people who don't know this and SD are deceiving them into thinking they've got a bargain.
Be assured you haven't. This is the regular over inflated price with the laughable rrp! Don't get sucked in by this terrible company. Do your research first!

Research?? I hiked 6 miles last week, I wanted some shoes, I found some for £35
Research complete!


​Hiked 6 miles? That's a stroll fella.....

Had you done a proper hike then you'd have soon seen why these aren't a bargain!
A friend of mine tried to sell me some Karrimor boots once. We don't talk anymore.
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Karrimor Mount Mid Mens Walking Boots £23.00 from £65

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Karrimor Mount Mid Mens Walking Boots The Mens Karrimor Mount Mid Walking Boots have been designed with breathable mesh panels to the upper for extra breathability for your feet while the waterproof
uktottys Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago11 Comments
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unless you're Chris Bonnington these are ok for casually walking around on a weekend TBF
S.D sell them cheaper i think and there's normally at least 3 stores per town/city
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Sorry didn't know that, I thought this site was about PRICE not about who stocks it.
​This is a site about deals not rubbish with a B/S rrp! Karrimor is just a brand name for a cheap ass poor product now.
Not true. Their 99p boot laces are good. :)
uktottys
Sorry didn't know that, I thought this site was about PRICE not about who stocks it.


​This is a site about deals not rubbish with a B/S rrp! Karrimor is just a brand name for a cheap ass poor product now.
Rubbish boots - try them!
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Mens/Womens running shoes (many colours) @ Karrimor for £22.99

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Just bought a pair of these in black, very nice shoes. Says rrp £79.99 (unlikely as sports direct have them for £39.99) Regardless still a good price for a decent pair of gym shoes :) Shared Via Th…
craig159753 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago7 Comments
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What I love is when you go in store (hoping no one sees you) and as you are at the checkout they say 'Do you want a bag for life?'. Seriously the only way I would have one of those bags is if they had eye holes so I could pop it on my head so I could get out of the shop without being seen.
Sports direct know how to shaft brands don't they ??

Seen a firetrap coat there for 12.99 rrp 129.99 .... It was tat !! As if someone would pay that !!
Karrimor I'm a pile of sh*t since sports direct bought them out. They just put that inflated RRP to make them look better. They would be worth £20 no more. Cold from me!
I like karrimor stuff. hot from me.
marineville
do yourself a favour and stick two greggs pasties on your feet... they're thicker and will last longer.

lol, I like it
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Karrimor Tempo 2 Running Shoes (Mens & Womens) £7.99 + £3.99 delivery (reduced to £10.38 with 20% discount code RUN14)

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credit to boredmark, pablomozza and mystogan12 for this deal copy paste from site: Provides optimum ventilation during your run with a highly breathable mesh upper with synthetic overlays for comp…
foxabcd1234 Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago12 Comments
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Do you guys know if karrimor pays the return postage (plus their postage) of faulty items, this model lasted around 3 weeks for me! :(
Bought these when the deal was on a couple of weeks ago. Pretty decent considering the price, but in my opinion definitely not worth the RRP!

The box they come in may be a little damaged, mine was but it could have just been the way it was handled through the post (Yodel!).
I got these previously from Sportsdirect. They are very OK for the money. The "Reduced From" as always is laughable, but definitely a good deal at the price.
tapi
only black ladies left for that price now.

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Mens Karrimor Padded Gilet £30.99 @ Karrimor

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Karrimor padded gilet. £26 + £4.99 postage. Seemed a decent price for a padded gilet. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
jdrob123 Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago5 Comments
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Here you go (can be found cheaper if you search).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Tokyo-Laundry-Brookmere-Hoodie-Bodywarmer/dp/B00ENFWSYY/ref=sr_1_4/276-4950789-2492868?s=clothing&ie=UTF8&qid=1388219629&sr=1-4

I agree with the above comments, Karrimor used to be as good as Berghaus, since the Sports Direct lot got hold of it its quality has fallen of a cliff, shame really.

Edited By: stox on Dec 28, 2013 08:37
can anybody find a better padded gilet for the price please?
I wouldn't touch Karrimor.

Used to be fantastic quality clothing but that's all changed since money-squeezing Ashley's chains have taken it over.
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Karrimor Thermal Gloves Mens - £5.99 plus £4.99 delivery Down from £11.99 - Save £6.00

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It might not be a great deal to some but i have bought the normal thermal karimor gloves before and always rated them highly! Unfortuantely they never let me use my phone so had to take them off.. not…
u01atc8 Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago4 Comments
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Karrimor used to be a good brand. Sadly no more. Hiking boots wore out after less than 40 miles on the heel - and I ended up with shin splintsl. Socks were thread-bare after a few miles. Utter crap now. Buy at your own risk with these - but from experience avoid any of their stuff.

Edited By: Siddas on Dec 11, 2013 20:23
Same price instore at sports direct who also own the karrimor brand
Same price instore at sports direct who also own the karrimor brand
Sorry m8, cold from me just based on the postage
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Karrimor Cougar Zip boots £22.00 @ Karrimor

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Poor man's magnums, cannot comment on quality but good price
scudley03 Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago3 Comments
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Decided against these, no good when your on your feet all day, I'll stick with my magnums I think
The one i bought as a substitute for my army issued boot disintegrated like paper pulp after three major exercises...i don't suggest you get this if you want to use it for anything serious.
Karrimor. No doubt they'll fall apart quite quickly so £22 might be a bit expensive even.
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