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Kickers Shoes from John Lewis reduced to £10.00 - £2 c&c

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Leather Kickers Children's Moakie Reflex Shoes Black and Black Patent Up to size 30 (kids 12) John Lewis Read More
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Leather Kickers Children's Moakie Reflex Shoes

Black and Black Patent

Up to size 30 (kids 12)

John Lewis
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#1
Just ordered. Thanks. Good for playing at the park in.
#2
Ordered thanks!.. ;)
#3
very nice. loads of sizes.
1 Like #4
Great find, thanks for sharing!
2 Likes #5
there are some other reductions as well for kids shoes, clarks younger girls school shoes and geox trainers for older girls are also £10.
#6
;) just ordered!! Great find
#7
Is it acceptable for schools?
1 Like #8
Are these boys ?
#9
Only patent left?
1 Like #10
ordered.nice find.thank you
#11
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4 Likes #12
ooft, you'd really have to hate your kid to buy these.
1 Like #13
I was thinking that when I was at school they would call you 'special' for wearing these
6 Likes #14
bseal1947
I was thinking that when I was at school they would call you 'special' for wearing these
As the parent of a 'special' child, thank you for confirming all the fears that I have about the way people view my beautiful daughter.
3 Likes #15
These shoes only go up to size 12 in kids sizes. My son is only 5 and wears size 11. He cannot tie laces yet, like most 5 year olds! These shoes are perfect for school for when their parents are not about to assist. Nobody is telling you to buy these, so your nasty remarks are very unwelcome!
6 Likes #16
well said, some nasty people on here, you never know what will happen in your life thats a head of you , be grateful if you have no disability and be caring for those who have and wished they had not.
1 Like #17
Amazon are selling them for £10, free delivery for prime members.
1 Like #18
Adhsmum
bseal1947
I was thinking that when I was at school they would call you 'special' for wearing these
As the parent of a 'special' child, thank you for confirming all the fears that I have about the way people view my beautiful daughter.


You fear that you kids are being thought of oddly because of there shiny black ugly shoes?

I get what you meant, but you're just being picky and having a go here. You're basically saying people are being criticized on there ugly shoes, not there special needs.... When you obviously meant the opposite.

I have people I care for/about with disabilities too, doesn't mean I have to take every opportunity to scream and whine about it. At least if you're going to do that, do it accurately.

Edited By: rvcshart on Jan 23, 2017 02:53
1 Like #19
dezontk
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FAIL!
#20
Managed to bag one of the black pairs thanks OP.

Amazon have the patent ones starting from £10 but the black ones from £23 now.
#21
bseal1947
I was thinking that when I was at school they would call you 'special' for wearing these


Why?
1 Like #22
Duncthow
ooft, you'd really have to hate your kid to buy these.


Why?
3 Likes #23
What's all this nonsense about 'special' and that you would need to hate your kid to buy them these?

Kickers where the shoes to have when I was in school. (For girls anyway)

My old kickers from school lasted me 2 full school years then another 3 years for work (2x part time jobs) before I had to bin them. They where the comfiest shoes I have ever owned.

This style in patent is perfect for girls in the winter when it's raining, none of this strap and gap style that equals wet feet and soggy shoes all day. Girls don't float an inch above the ground when it rains and if you need to walk to school then you need a good shoe that will keep feet dry.

Heat added even though we don't need these at the moment. If they done one size bigger I would have bought some in for next year. Great price for these shoes- even with the £2 click and collect charge.
#24
wah0007
dezontk
http://i1.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/018/388/13FAF6B04E1226495283173724160_34e707a01c1.4.1.9329432705888529422.mp4.jpg
FAIL!
What failed lol?
3 Likes #25
Can't even click on a deal without someone making nasty comments. Really sad world we live in . Why comment if you don't like them and why comment just to take the micky out of others ? Pathetic .
Decent shoes for a tenner , heat added OP.
1 Like #26
I think what we are all trying to say, without getting personal, is that these look atrocious
#27
Adhsmum
bseal1947
I was thinking that when I was at school they would call you 'special' for wearing these
As the parent of a 'special' child, thank you for confirming all the fears that I have about the way people view my beautiful daughter.
#28
Just to say, not everybody has the same view regarding the 'special' comment.
#29
Kickers moccasins were the shoes to have when I was in high school mid-90s.

We also had wedge haircuts, ah the good old days oO

Edited By: MightyJayJnr on Jan 23, 2017 14:17
#30
Why is it always the ones who contribute so little to the site in regards to deals that seem to revel in being critical of other people's deals??

Edited By: bellboys on Jan 23, 2017 15:29
1 Like #31
djaydearz
I think what we are all trying to say, without getting personal, is that these look atrocious


OK, I WILL get personal. How many deals have you posted since joining in 2013? Answer: NONE. Wind yer neck in, stop being ultra critical on people who actually try to positively contribute something to the site or, better still, why not post a deal yourself for a change?? What are you afraid of?

Edited By: bellboys on Jan 23, 2017 15:34
#32
ohdearohdear
Is it acceptable for schools?


Different schools have differing rules. At our school, as long as they are black with no discernible logo, they're fine.
#33
ssgczc
there are some other reductions as well for kids shoes, clarks younger girls school shoes and geox trainers for older girls are also £10.

I've just ordered the clarks ones for my daughter as they actually have narrow fit (rare as hens teeth) in stock. They will be good for when the weather gets a bit better as all she has now is boots. They do look a bit flimsy in comparison to some school shoes but she will be pleased with them. They also have girls Startrite wide fit school shoes for £10 but limited (small) sizes if anyone is looking.

£12 for click and collect is a great price. :)
#34
bellboys
djaydearz
I think what we are all trying to say, without getting personal, is that these look atrocious
OK, I WILL get personal. How many deals have you posted since joining in 2013? Answer: NONE. Wind yer neck in, stop being ultra critical on people who actually try to positively contribute something to the site or, better still, why not post a deal yourself for a change?? What are you afraid of?

calm yourself! I wasn't having a go at the poster, just awful looking shoes in my opinion , which i am perfectly entitled to.

why not post a deal myself?, can't be bothered.
#35
Is this unisex? I would like to buy it for my son but i am see other comments and reviews on amazon who said they bought it for their daughter
#36
toto123
Is this unisex? I would like to buy it for my son but i am see other comments and reviews on amazon who said they bought it for their daughter
Im not sure. I thought they were for girls being patent but i showed them to my daughter (6) and she turned her nose up and said they were for boys?
#37
couldn't open the page
#38
URL doesn't work.
#39
toto123
Is this unisex? I would like to buy it for my son but i am see other comments and reviews on amazon who said they bought it for their daughter


Bought it for my son. Thought it was girlish first but easily a boy can wear it too. It is unisex

Edited By: ohdearohdear on Jan 27, 2017 21:32
#40
Oos now

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