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Mens "sports trainers" down to only £3.00! (instore) @ Asda

£3.00 @ George (Asda George)
Ok these arent for running a marathon or anything but not bad for only £3 lol. Bought a pair yesterday instore (for work), but have just found them online too. Were £12 now reduced to only £3!! …
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Ok these arent for running a marathon or anything but not bad for only £3 lol.

Bought a pair yesterday instore (for work), but have just found them online too.

Were £12 now reduced to only £3!! :)
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#1
How much for P&P?
#2
Sorry dont know, i bought mine instore

You can order them online and reserve them to be picked up instore though :)
#3
Size 11 and 12 only in white on line


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#4
Thanks for the info Geemac.

They had loads left when i got some instore yesterday :)
#5
Asda trainers OMG noooooooo
#6
I vote Cold, you could recycle an old Tyre and a few old seat belts to create a nice sandle like this gentleman did. It would be just as useful and stylish and could be made for virtually free!!

http://www.elitefeet.com/wp-content/uploads/shoes-made-from-tires.jpg
#7
deb8z
Asda trainers OMG noooooooo


I must admit when i found the deal online for someone, i had to laugh when i saw they called them "sports trainers" :)

I agree that these are def not good to have as your "main trainers" lol, but theyre ok for example like me, wearing to work (work on a building site).
I also have a pair of Lacoste and some Nike air :)
#8
magough
I must admit when i found the deal online for someone, i had to laugh when i saw they called them "sports trainers" :)

I agree that these are def not good to have as your "main trainers" lol, but theyre ok for example like me, wearing to work (work on a building site).
I also have a pair of Lacoste and some Nike air :)


What sort of building site is that or are these trainers steel toe capped.
#9
LOL.
No, i meant that these trainers are ok to wear going to work.
I,.E, it doesnt matter if they get covered in crap :)
#10
magough;6101852
LOL.
No, i meant that these trainers are ok to wear going to work.
I,.E, it doesnt matter if they get covered in crap :)

Does that mean you work at a sewerage treatment Plant.????
Answer Please..........Bet ya wish you had never posted now.......:-D:-D
#11
Hondo
Does that mean you work at a sewerage treatment Plant.????
Answer Please..........Bet ya wish you had never posted now.......:-D:-D


Yeh ... what you said lol ;-)
#12
magough
I must admit when i found the deal online for someone, i had to laugh when i saw they called them "sports trainers" :)

I agree that these are def not good to have as your "main trainers" lol, but theyre ok for example like me, wearing to work (work on a building site).
I also have a pair of Lacoste and some Nike air :)


They have steel toe caps??? ;-)
#13
these will go great with my £3 asda jeans

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