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As per the deal posted by mikeymopp you can currently get four pairs of New Yorker/London running socks for £10 (these are normally £3.99 each).

However if you use the code: LJDNI141711 you will get a further 10% off bringing the price down to £9 (plus £2 delivery).

I have loads of these and they are absolutely great and saved me no end of blisters!

Hope this helps some one.

p.s. code will give 10% off anything on the startfitness site!
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#1
Here is the previous deal posted by mikeymopp - where they were £12 inc. the postage (651 degrees and counting).
#2
Great 10% code - got my 4 pairs through the other day and very happy. Heat.
#3
ordered cheers op heat added
#4
site to slow,gave up
#5
Good running socks. They last ages. Great price.
#6
good socks for the money
#7
would these suit a diabetic or are they too tight on the foot? anybody know.
#8
Nice
#9
thanks! got another 4! :) used a pair today when running - very comfortable. I'm most pleased with them.
#10
got 8 new yorkers from previous deal
spot on thanks for code
only gripe is that my feet feel hot after about 6 miles
#11
Thanks ordered.
#12
nice thanks!
#13
Are these good for football socks? My current Asda Sports socks still give me blisters after 70+ minutes of running around so looking to change them....
#14
Thanks alot, have ordered some for my hubby!
#15
Missed this last time. Just bought 4 pairs (obviously cause that's the deal!) 1 pair for myself and the others for the girlfriend and her 2 friends doing the Edinburgh Moonwalk. Figured if they these are designed for running they should help the 26 mile power walk they are doing. Cheers OP.
#16
Ordered 4 last time. Good quality and very comfortable. I use them for tennis
#17
Sorry to threadjack but can anyone give some advice on running shoes for an absolute beginner? I have agreed to train for a half marathon having never run more than a few k before!

Just ordered 4 pairs and voted hot :)
#18
I've become a bit addicted to the treadmill at the gym so these seem like a good idea. Haven't encountered any problems with the cheapo pairs I use at the moment (Sport Direct's finest... 6 pack for £2 (_;) ) but no harm in thinking ahead and trying these out!
banned#19
it must be suitable for people like running!X)
#20
great deals
#21
Really comfortable running socks and the only socks that I own that have a left and right sewn into them.
#22
imafish2002
Sorry to threadjack but can anyone give some advice on running shoes for an absolute beginner? I have agreed to train for a half marathon having never run more than a few k before!

Just ordered 4 pairs and voted hot :)

Don't buy off the shelf - get yourself to a running shop with a treadmill who can do gait analysis. Most people under\over pronate and you can cause all sorts of biomech problems (PAIN!) with the wrong shoes if you're running longer distances (over 10k). It's well worth paying a little extra for your first pair and getting the advice\assessment done. Once you know what kind of shoes are right you can buy subsequent pairs cheaper online!

HTH

BTW, this is a great deal! (just ordered another 4 pairs!)
#23
is the only differance between the "london" and the "new yorker", that the "london" has a bit more above the ankle?

cheers
#24
scottie2hotty_uk
is the only differance between the "london" and the "new yorker", that the "london" has a bit more above the ankle?

cheers


I was literally about to ask the same thing - anybody know?
#25
Thanks, the colours are a bit wild

Hot
#26
Great price...needed some new training socks :-)
#27
Hot and ordered.
#28
To be completely honest, i tried these from the last post and saw no difference at all from my normal £1.99 socks from Sports Direct. Not voting either way this time.
#29
Mr_Spanners
imafish2002
Sorry to threadjack but can anyone give some advice on running shoes for an absolute beginner? I have agreed to train for a half marathon having never run more than a few k before!

Just ordered 4 pairs and voted hot :)



Don't buy off the shelf - get yourself to a running shop with a treadmill who can do gait analysis. Most people under\over pronate and you can cause all sorts of biomech problems (PAIN!) with the wrong shoes if you're running longer distances (over 10k). It's well worth paying a little extra for your first pair and getting the advice\assessment done. Once you know what kind of shoes are right you can buy subsequent pairs cheaper online!

HTH

BTW, this is a great deal! (just ordered another 4 pairs!)


totally agree with Mr Spanners, but would add you're not obliged to buy the shoes from the running shop. Just note down the names of the shoes they recommend and get them online. I actually felt a bit guilty about this so bought a knee support fromt them (my knee had been playing up!)
Another good tip i was given was to buy 1/2 a size too big - to stop any problems with toe/toenails.
#30
Hot stuff. Thanks OP.
#31
Just placed my order and noticed that the price was wrong. Invoice says:

Ex Tax Qty Total Tax Total
More Mile London Running Sock MMCushSock-BlackGrey - 8½ - 10½
MMCushSock-BlackGrey-8½ - 10½
UK Size: 8½ - 10½ £3.33 4 £13.32 £2.64 £15.96
Coupon Discount
LJDNI141711 £-1.34 1 £-1.34 £-0.26 £-1.60
Shipping
Standard Delivery ( 5-7 working days) £1.67 1 £1.67 £0.33 £2.00
Total £13.65 £2.71 £16.36

Update: Just called them and although they are unable to change the invoice amount, they will credit back the difference to my card.

Edited By: littleterror on May 25, 2011 13:48: Update
#32
I'm about to buy new Asics Cumulus running shoes from startfitness and these socks seems a good deal to fill my shopping basket with :) By the way, there was a 10% off voucher code on the first post and I'm wondering is this the best discount code at the moment out there? Cause when buying expensive shoes extra percentages really make the difference :p
#33
newbie74
Mr_Spanners
imafish2002
Sorry to threadjack but can anyone give some advice on running shoes for an absolute beginner? I have agreed to train for a half marathon having never run more than a few k before!

Just ordered 4 pairs and voted hot :)




Don't buy off the shelf - get yourself to a running shop with a treadmill who can do gait analysis. Most people under\over pronate and you can cause all sorts of biomech problems (PAIN!) with the wrong shoes if you're running longer distances (over 10k). It's well worth paying a little extra for your first pair and getting the advice\assessment done. Once you know what kind of shoes are right you can buy subsequent pairs cheaper online!

HTH

BTW, this is a great deal! (just ordered another 4 pairs!)



totally agree with Mr Spanners, but would add you're not obliged to buy the shoes from the running shop. Just note down the names of the shoes they recommend and get them online. I actually felt a bit guilty about this so bought a knee support fromt them (my knee had been playing up!)
Another good tip i was given was to buy 1/2 a size too big - to stop any problems with toe/toenails.


I'd echo the advice given above - get your gait properly checked before buying your first "proper" pair.

If you've got a Sweatshop nearby (www.sweatshop.co.uk) it's worth considering getting them from there as they have a 14 day satisfaction guarantee whereby you can return the trainers (to exchange for a different pair) if you don't get on with them - which I had to do with the New Balance pair I got from them last summer. They were fine instore on the treadmill and for the first few miles outside but after 10 miles both feet had blisters. I took them back and exchanged for the Asics pair that had also been recommended to me and they've been absolutely fine. Everyone's feet are different so don't buy on looks / brand, buy on the basis of what fits you.
#34
I'd also recommend Sweatshop. My girlfriend and I both bought a pair from them last year. We both had our gait analyzed. Mine took about 15 minutes, other half took nearly an hour!! And then she exchanged them twice during the following month because she didn't like them!! X)

Heat added btw. Bought a few for both of us.
#35
Hi i got some of these for work the other week they are very good socks but just short for my liking is there any of this make that go up more past the ankle a fair bit? theyd be perfect?
#36
Hot, cheers OP.
#37
Came through as £16.36 for me too when reaching the checkout... have mailed them - no response yet
#38
Perfect. Just ordered 4, and some shorts to go with it!
#39
davesherman
I've become a bit addicted to the treadmill at the gym so these seem like a good idea. Haven't encountered any problems with the cheapo pairs I use at the moment (Sport Direct's finest... 6 pack for £2 (_;) ) but no harm in thinking ahead and trying these out!

I'd look at something with Nike+ in if you have an iphone or an ipod as it will track your training. If you dont want to spend mega amounts the Nike Air Lunarglide and Nike Air Pegasus 28s are good. each are about £55 on sports direct. If you want a bit more lightweight and cusion look at the Nike Air Max 2009 or 2011's which are £80 & £89 respectively. These are great without the Nike+ technology, but its really helpful to have it as you can track your distance, times and calories. if you dont have an iphone or ipod, then i think you can get a watch i think for about £40.

If you dont like the Nike's, I've had good experiences with Asics Kayanos before. make sure you get shoes for the right type of foot shape too (most sports stores will advise you)
#40
twe
Are these good for football socks? My current Asda Sports socks still give me blisters after 70+ minutes of running around so looking to change them....


I'm also looking for some good football socks. I get blisters from the nylon ones too. Anyone have any recommendations please?

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