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Men Black & White Pumps (SHOES) £2.43 @ Primark

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Ok - the value is what you need to understand with this deal!!

A Pair of Shoes for £2.43 - white or black - simple
Females available from £1.96 (thanks to Haushinka)
Considering most pumps you buy aint branded and cost at least a tenner - this is a good price. I brought 4 pairs.

NEXT are selling a pair of these for £18, only wiv blue shoe laces. Picked up a pair of blue laces for 75p!
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#1
i also bought these at basildon store their had yellow ones also same price
#2
ttwcd
i also bought these at basildon store their had yellow ones also same price

Hopefully my local will have the yellow ones in - as i would imagine them to look preety ccol. My local also had Red AND Blue Checkered Pumps available for £3.91 - they seemed a little too cool for me lol.
#3
Been through 2 pairs of these already. They're pretty disposable but for what you pay it isn't bad at all!
#4
Haushinka
Been through 2 pairs of these already. They're pretty disposable but for what you pay it isn't bad at all!

i know someone who brought a pair of these from topman for £20 - got rid of them after 3 weeks because there were too "DIRTY". I immediately thought - shallow - but to be fair - for £2.43 ill get rid of mine if they get that grubby.
#5
Oh I don't mind if they get a bit grubby, it adds character! It's just the insoles are basically made of a weird cardboard, and after a good soaking they got really crunchy on the inside lol
#6
My son is on his 4th pair of these (keeps getting soaked everytime he wears them) but for the price it doesn't matter. Previous to these he had the £20 Burtons ones & they only lasted a few weeks as well. You can throw them in the washing machine too.:thumbsup:
1 Like #7
It says these are for men, but they're also in the womens section btw (I'm a girl!)
#8
Haushinka
It says these are for men, but they're also in the womens section btw (I'm a girl!)

the girls ones are even cheaper - up to size 5 or possibly 6 i beleive at £1.96. Thanks for that
#9
awful shop, awful shoes.
#10
Saw some just the same in M&S but at £18. Dont they both come from the same supplier?
#11
Good price, I used to buy them from Triple S / USC for £12/£20 a pair, now but 5 pairs at once and they are disposable
#12
Disposable.

And great :)
#13
These will make great landfill, heat added :)
#14
Got 2 pairs when I went to Zante last week. The white ones were demolished after the first night! Great for knockin about in :thumbsup:
#15
I dont 'get' these types of shoes!

Who wants to look like they work the microwave in wetherspoons?
#16
I bought the women's ones for about £3, love them, live in them! saw similar for £15 in river island! apparently m&s and primark share some of the same factories, not sure how true this is?!? but anyway, for this price you can't go wrong
#17
FREEZIN WOLF
I dont 'get' these types of shoes!



Good price I will say that....but I too just think they are awful looking shoes :? We used to have to wear these for p.e at school, I cant understand why people would choose to wear them. But what do i know...each to their own :thumbsup:
#18
smithybhoy
awful shop, awful shoes.

No! Great shop, awful shoes.

These are the only thing I've ever bought from Primark and taken back. Really didn't fit properly. Maybe just me but I don't usually have a problem with shoes. Otherwise Primark has some terrific stuf at amazingly low prices it's just that the brand snobs turn up their noses at it. Don't they know cheap is the new chic? Some of us have always been there!
#19
littlerascalz
I bought the women's ones for about £3, love them, live in them! saw similar for £15 in river island! apparently m&s and primark share some of the same factories, not sure how true this is?!? but anyway, for this price you can't go wrong

I strongly suspect my £5 (ie cheap range) polo shirt from M&S is same as my £1.96 ones from Primark. And Primark had a much wider selection of colours too. Some of their 'fashion' stuff is a bit iffy but for jeans, T-Shirts, socks, undies, Chinos, etc. they're great. You really can't beat Primark for basics like this and I've found the quality is as good as or better than supermarket, BHS, etc. and sometimes M&S. To those who reject the store on principle (no pun intended!), open your minds if you can, or do you only shop by label?
1 Like #20
All the third world kids working in sweatshops will be gratified to know that their backbreaking toil is worth it so chavvy westerners can get cheap shoes.
#21
FREEZIN WOLF
I dont 'get' these types of shoes!

Who wants to look like they work the microwave in wetherspoons?


Indeed,especially on a man,i think they are awful,but we can't all like the same stuff!
#22
Hugo Sandshoes
#23
littlerascalz
I bought the women's ones for about £3, love them, live in them! saw similar for £15 in river island! apparently m&s and primark share some of the same factories, not sure how true this is?!? but anyway, for this price you can't go wrong


I just laughed so hard:thumbsup: Each to their own though, they are obviously popular, with some:) Although they are not being worn by my hubby :giggle:
#24
Tesco's do trainers for £5 that are more comfortable and last longer. Tesco trainers are my disposable kick arounds.
#25
Ugly shoes that look awful but thats Fashion eh and maybe i`m getting old in my 30`s. Talking of Chavy and fashion wait till they all start whats happening in my son`s school they are wearing these pumps with hideous laces 1 bright green lace and 1 pink lace even Boys!!! Not my son i hasten to add his choice too.
Fashion ummmmmm...............
#26
skintzimbo
These will make great landfill, heat added :)


Well said, it shocks me how proud people are that they disposed of something after 2 weeks and they are now onto their 4th pair.
#27
tinman
Ugly shoes that look awful but thats Fashion eh and maybe i`m getting old in my 30`s. Talking of Chavy and fashion wait till they all start whats happening in my son`s school they are wearing these pumps with hideous laces 1 bright green lace and 1 pink lace even Boys!!! Not my son i hasten to add his choice too.
Fashion ummmmmm...............


Its for the Kids trying to recapture the 80's thing that seems en vogue at the mo...

I loved the 80's the first time around but 99% of these pump wearing sheep probably never even saw a second of the decade!
#28
FREEZIN WOLF
Its for the Kids trying to recapture the 80's thing that seems en vogue at the mo...

I loved the 80's the first time around but 99% of these pump wearing sheep probably never even saw a second of the decade!



errr... that's because they're in school? hence age roughly 5 to 16 which will mean the oldest weren't born until 1993. I would be pretty impressed if any of them experienced any of the 80's.:whistling:
#29
smithybhoy
awful shop, awful shoes.


Seconded.

Besford
No! Great shop, awful shoes.

These are the only thing I've ever bought from Primark and taken back. Really didn't fit properly. Maybe just me but i don't usually have a problem with shoes. Otherwise Primark has some terrific stuf at amazingly low prices it's just that the brand snobs turn up their noses at it. Don't they know cheap is the new chic? Some of us have always been there!


Shop, stock and concept is awful. Disposable fashion is never, I repeat, never a good thing and the people that are 'consuming' these products wouldn't if they could afford not to so please don't talk to me about fashion snobs. The term (fashion) should not even be attributed to this criminal shop. Why would you be proud that you consume so indiscriminately?

GreatBallsofFire
All the third world kids working in sweatshops will be gratified to know that their backbreaking toil is worth it so chavvy westerners can get cheap shoes.


Isn't it just. We are doing wonders for them by enabling them to be financially empowered. Oh, how they have come to rely on the meagre wages they earn. I bet they say a prayer for their Western Masters each night.

ryderage
Well said, it shocks me how proud people are that they disposed of something after 2 weeks and they are now onto their 4th pair.


I find it morally abhorrent to be honest that some would be quite happy to be such irresponsible consumers. Some think that they are absolved off all wrong doings by spouting mitigations for their foolish ways.
#30
I think these are ugly and look like they came from a pound shop! I know they are selling more expensive versions in other shops but surely they will look a bit better than these. River Island have them in the sale for £7 in various colours.
#31
datca
errr... that's because they're in school? hence age roughly 5 to 16 which will mean the oldest weren't born until 1993. I would be pretty impressed if any of them experienced any of the 80's.:whistling:


Thanks for that Carol Vorderman
#32
GreatBallsofFire
All the third world kids working in sweatshops will be gratified to know that their backbreaking toil is worth it so chavvy westerners can get cheap shoes.


were giving them jobs by buying these shoes. plus u need kids to do it they have smaller hands.
#33
I bought a pair but they seem to be made for people with fat feet! I ended up going to Office to buy a more fitted pair.
#34
woodyrocks
Seconded.



Shop, stock and concept is awful. Disposable fashion is never, I repeat, never a good thing and the people that are 'consuming' these products wouldn't if they could afford not to so please don't talk to me about fashion snobs. The term (fashion) should not even be attributed to this criminal shop. Why would you be proud that you consume so indiscriminately?



Isn't it just. We are doing wonders for them by enabling them to be financially empowered. Oh, how they have come to rely on the meagre wages they earn. I bet they say a prayer for their Western Masters each night.



I find it morally abhorrent to be honest that some would be quite happy to be such irresponsible consumers. Some think that they are absolved off all wrong doings by spouting mitigations for their foolish ways.

Thank you for sharing your wisdom and moral direction with the rest of us poor souls out here who know no better. I'd better ask your permission before I dare think, let alone speak, in future!

PS I don't regard Primark stuff as disposable any more than clothing from anywhere else. I've found most of it as durable as any other retailers', I just got it cheaper. And having just visited Cambodia (clothing is a major export) I can assure you that they are very grateful for the work they get which will help them develop their economy so they can afford all the H&S stuff we have. At least they still make things there!
#35
I'm a tad disappointed at this Primark thread thus far,they usually get as heated as the chicken threads:w00t:
#36
Haushinka
Been through 2 pairs of these already. They're pretty disposable but for what you pay it isn't bad at all!


Don't we already have a big enough problem with the amount of waste we get rid of, without adding to it?!
#37
sophc13
Don't we already have a big enough problem with the amount of waste we get rid of, without adding to it?!


As an eco warrior mself I completely agree, thats why whenever ive finished with something i chuck it in the back garden with all the old fridges and aerosol cans.
#38
FREEZIN WOLF
As an eco warrior mself I completely agree, thats why whenever ive finished with something i chuck it in the back garden with all the old fridges and aerosol cans.

Make sure you let all gases out first - this summer could do with warming up a bit!
#39
Besford
Thank you for sharing your wisdom and moral direction with the rest of us poor souls out here who know no better. I'd better ask your permission before I dare think, let alone speak, in future!

PS I don't regard Primark stuff as disposable any more than clothing from anywhere else. I've found most of it as durable as any other retailers', I just got it cheaper. And having just visited Cambodia (clothing is a major export) I can assure you that they are very grateful for the work they get which will help them develop their economy so they can afford all the H&S stuff we have. At least they still make things there!


Save it for someone that cares :whistling:

I am sure those in developing countries light a candle for you each night.
#40
woodyrocks
Save it for someone that cares :whistling:

I am sure those in developing countries light a candle for you each night.

But according to your previous post you are that person!

If you have such a problem with Primark why do you even open a post which is clearly for Primark goods unless it's so you can take a pot shot at it?

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