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Nike Mercurial Vapor VI - Soft Ground - Violet ONLY 30.00 RRP 199

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Nike Mercurial Vapor VI - Soft Ground - Violet Pop/Total Orange/Dark Obsidian RRP 199 Seen in Nike Outlet in Castleford Junction 32 Bargain! Loads of sizes available also Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Nike Mercurial Vapor VI - Soft Ground - Violet Pop/Total Orange/Dark Obsidian
RRP 199

Seen in Nike Outlet in Castleford Junction 32

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Loads of sizes available also
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#1
http://www.prodirectsoccer.com/prod_images/product/PDS002009B42.jpg
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I voted cold because these wont be the version that retail at 200 pound. nike and adidas make cheaper range boots for those that cannot afford 200 pounds and can only afford say 70. The cheaper end ones look pretty much exact same but are not the same build quality, i couldnt tell you exactly what is different i.e. weight, material but there is no way these are the boots that retail at 200.
#3
mcguire85
I voted cold because these wont be the version that retail at 200 pound. nike and adidas make cheaper range boots for those that cannot afford 200 pounds and can only afford say 70. The cheaper end ones look pretty much exact same but are not the same build quality, i couldnt tell you exactly what is different i.e. weight, material but there is no way these are the boots that retail at 200.


My thoughts exactly
#4
Can't even find them on the site anyway, could only see them at £134
#5
The RRP is the recommended retail price so they were this price when they first came out, a lot of the RRP's for other products never match anyway. So there is no way you can vote it cold can you find it cheaper anywhere else? Didnt think so. The fact you dont know nothing about the weight and material of the boot shows you are probably clueless on the product. Alot of people who play football would easily pay around 100 pounds for a good quality boot which this is.
#6
kraven
Can't even find them on the site anyway, could only see them at £134


Nike Outlet...
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chip2388
The RRP is the recommended retail price so they were this price when they first came out, a lot of the RRP's for other products never match anyway. So there is no way you can vote it cold can you find it cheaper anywhere else? Didnt think so. The fact you dont know nothing about the weight and material of the boot shows you are probably clueless on the product. Alot of people who play football would easily pay around 100 pounds for a good quality boot which this is.


lol at you. I have paid 190 for boots. I can tell slight differences in certain things but i do know you pay for what you get so i dont mind paying dearer for boots cos im pele.

Shows you how much you know no one say you can get them cheaper, im saying dont put a rrp of 200 on the dearer more upmarket/more expensive version when its clear you have been in the outlet and picked up the lower range ones that probably only cost 45-75.

go to greaves, soccer world or any other decent football boot outlet and ask to see both versions.
#8
mcguire85
chip2388
The RRP is the recommended retail price so they were this price when they first came out, a lot of the RRP's for other products never match anyway. So there is no way you can vote it cold can you find it cheaper anywhere else? Didnt think so. The fact you dont know nothing about the weight and material of the boot shows you are probably clueless on the product. Alot of people who play football would easily pay around 100 pounds for a good quality boot which this is.



lol at you. I have paid 190 for boots. I can tell slight differences in certain things but i do know you pay for what you get so i dont mind paying dearer for boots cos im pele.

Shows you how much you know no one say you can get them cheaper, im saying dont put a rrp of 200 on the dearer more upmarket/more expensive version when its clear you have been in the outlet and picked up the lower range ones that probably only cost 45-75.

go to greaves, soccer world or any other decent football boot outlet and ask to see both versions.


Read my post again, i said can you find it cheaper anywhere else? Most deals states the RRP originally anyway so my point stands.

Also prodirect soccer is a good source for prices and information on boots and it is still selling here for over 90 pounds. RRP is 180 here but never the less it is the fibre chassis versions.

http://www.prodirectsoccer.com/prodinfo.asp?PID=PDS-002-009-B42&DEPT=2&BRAND=9&SS=1&PROFILE=Speed

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