PF Flyers Plimsoles (INSTORE) - £8 @ sports world - HotUKDeals
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This is my first post but i get that many good deals from this site i thought i would give it a go.
PF Flyers active plimsoles are now £8 instore at sports world.
These shoes go for £20-£25 on ebay and then theres the p+p on top. In some designer shops you have to pay the full £40 to get hold of a pair. I got mine in my local stockton-on-tees branch but the lass said it was a nation wide sale. They had the cream, black and navy ones instock.
I dont need to go in to much detail as anyone who knows what they are will know that this is an absolute bargain of a price.

Do not know why a picture of some shinpads is coming up.
- tonkatruck
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banned#1
EDIT: lol i posted a deal to cheaper shin pads :oops:
#2
Hi, i have clicked on the link but it just takes you to the main page, also did a search for said trainers and i can t find them :-(
have input all the words individually pf, flyers, plimsoles and nothing comes up.....

could you post another link or explain how to find the "flyers" on the sportdirect website.

Many thanks :-D
#3
Isn't this an instore deal
#4
seems a good price, depending on which ones they are. i may have a look tomorrow.
#5
What on earth is a 'plimsole'??? Is it some sort of special shoe liner?
banned 1 Like #6
You don't know what a plimsole is? Did you ever go to primary school? lol They are like slippers but tight fitting and have rubber soles to improve grip, they also don't leave marks on the schools "expensive floor" as they would always put it. "NO YOU CAN'T WEAR TRAINERS!! :viking:" ...."okay miss :cry:"
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lumoruk
You don't know what a plimsole is? Did you ever go to primary school? lol They are like slippers but tight fitting and have rubber soles to improve grip, they also don't leave marks on the schools "expensive floor" as they would always put it. "NO YOU CAN'T WEAR TRAINERS!! :viking:" ...."okay miss :cry:"



i swore to the wife that when we had children we would not get them nike and addidas, they would have marks and spencers plimsoles.

my son is 3 so he will not be bothered they should also be comfortable for small childrens feat as they are wider at the toe so wont crush their toes while they are growing.

and i can buy some for me to wear around the house although i do appear to have built up a large , almost female, sized collection of shoes.:oops:
#8
proevo21
Hi, i have clicked on the link but it just takes you to the main page, also did a search for said trainers and i can t find them :-(
have input all the words individually pf, flyers, plimsoles and nothing comes up.....

could you post another link or explain how to find the "flyers" on the sportdirect website.

Many thanks :-D

the link was to a random site so you could see what they were and like the post says it is an instore deal at sports world. hope this clears things up a bit better and sorry for the confusion.

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