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North Face Duffel bags M,L and XL. Buy one get a free padlock. £101.99 @ Purekit

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Watch the luggage carousel at any airport and you’ll see Base Camp Duffel bags pouring out and being collected by explorers from around the world. It's not your average duffel bag. Also very usef…
bascule Avatar4y, 7m agoFound 4 years, 7 months ago12 Comments
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You'll have a sad face if you buy this for that price.....sorry had to say it !
Best bag I've ever bought - brilliant construction and will last for years and years even with abuse from climbing gear and airline luggage handlers. I was unconvinced that a duffle bag could be worth paying that much for, until I got a M one on sale at £60 from Gaynors online and chucked it around for a week offshore yacht racing. Not regretted a single penny of it!
the sales comment here is appauling and should be removed!
happi
It's freezing in here lol (_;)


Better get a North Face jacket to go with the duffel bag!
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It's freezing in here lol (_;)
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Vibram Five Fingers KSO Shoe @ purekit.com £53.86 + £1.95 P&P, 5% Code - 10% Quidco, £55.81

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£50.23 with Quidco. These genuine FiveFingers normally sell for around £95. Pure kit are giving an extra 10% off of these already cheap shoes, plus 5% further off with.... Voucher code: EF5
Punica Avatar5y, 4m agoFound 5 years, 4 months ago12 Comments
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Great price was looking at some at the weekend and I thought £95 was a bit pricey, but at this price a lot more competitive
Just got mine delivered for £50.68 BAAAAARGAIN ! .... use code EF5 to get an additional %5 off (_;)
Not yet tried them myself (arthritis in my toes has put an end to my running recently), but there's a growing community of serious runners who use these. This price looks like a real bargain.

Lots of talk about the background and positives of barefoot (or almost) running in Christopher McDougall's excellent book 'Born to Run' (http://www.amazon.co.uk/Born-Run-Ultra-running-Super-athlete-Tribe/dp/1861978235)
I have some you do get some strange looks!! But a good talking point ha!!

Oh and they are comfy. Hot
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up to 40% off Caterpillar @ purekit + £5 off over £50 spend + 5% discount using code EF5

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purekit.com offering up to 40% off RRP on Caterpillar footwear, plus an extra £5 if you spend over £50, plus use the code EF5 to get a further 5% discount. Just ordered the Caterpillar Colorado
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30% Off Everything this weekend at Pure Kit + Extra 5% Off using code

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This weekend Pure Kit are having a 'Warehouse clearance' you can get 30% off your order - this is automatic, there's no discount code needed. You can then get an extra 5% off using discount code…
millarcat Avatar5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago1 Comment
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Brill website for good kit and clothing
Saved £30 on merrell sandals
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15% off All Weekend @ Pure Kit + 10% Quidco

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15% all weekend at Pure Kit on all full price items, not to mention 10% cashback through quidco!
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Keen Newport H2 Sandal for £52.63 - Free delivery @ Purekit

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Use code ALLTHESHOES2 to get the above price. I'm finally replacing my last pair of these which have lasted six years. The best I ever got from the likes of Merrel, Teva or Reef was two so what t…
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Vibram Five Fingers Classic Men's Shoe £63.91 @ purekit.com

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Vibram FiveFingers Classic is a design that takes the minimalist approach to barefooting by Vibram FiveFingers. Men's FiveFingers Classic features thin, quick drying, abrasion-resistant stretch polyam…
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teh arn, can you tell me where did you buy you fake pair from?
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wheres could i buy the cheapest fake pair from .... just want to see what they look and feel like , rather than spend £60 and find out i dont like them
I bought a pair from purekit and they have QUIDCO too (so dont forget that!) and you do have 365 days to return them providing you haven't used them (ie outdoor etc etc)They take some time getting used to but I use them for outdoor running and they are brilliant! I also use them for bouldering and yes you get a lot of people commenting on them as Vibram do shoes for climbing.TBH at the stated price you will find other places selling them for £80-90 so I think the price is very good.Whether you are willing to pay that kind of money for such product is another matter!

cheers "martinto"(_;)


this seems to suggest the purekit ones are fake?


Which part of it suggests that??


He asked the one question 'where can you buy a fake pair' and you replied purekit - was confused


No, my point was rather than buy a fake pair...get a legit pair because of the returns policy. If you dont like them, as long as you have not worn them (ie outdoors) then you can return them as you have 365 days to do so. At least that way you are not stuck with something that really isn't for you worse of all if it is fake. Fakes ones are sent all the way from china!

I bought one pair from purekit but wasn't sure of the fit so I bought another pair a size down which they fit better and simply returned the other.

Spend a little more on the real thing and all you lose it a bit of money....Cut corners and you could be left with something that doesn't last and possibly increase the chance of feet injury and my end up costing you more in the long run
If anyone bought these please let us know what they are like/ how you're gettin' on with them. Cheers
martinto8
leedale30
cadmus
martinto8
cadmus
wheres could i buy the cheapest fake pair from .... just want to see what they look and feel like , rather than spend £60 and find out i dont like them
I bought a pair from purekit and they have QUIDCO too (so dont forget that!) and you do have 365 days to return them providing you haven't used them (ie outdoor etc etc)They take some time getting used to but I use them for outdoor running and they are brilliant! I also use them for bouldering and yes you get a lot of people commenting on them as Vibram do shoes for climbing.TBH at the stated price you will find other places selling them for £80-90 so I think the price is very good.Whether you are willing to pay that kind of money for such product is another matter!

cheers "martinto"(_;)


this seems to suggest the purekit ones are fake?


Which part of it suggests that??


He asked the one question 'where can you buy a fake pair' and you replied purekit - was confused
teh arn


You can use socks with them if you want, they are called injinji sock, they are not cheap though. I dont use them because i dont feel that they are needed. The vibrams fit perfectly and do not rub on me.



That's nice. Socks or no socks, the issue is lack of support. Barefoot technology is diametrically opposed to present podiatric methodologies, and has not been systemically tested to prove its supposed benefits.

teh arn
I've not said that they increase performance any where. If you see what i've written its all in relation to my running style, and these fit that style perfectly.


As I said if they work for you fine. But I am sceptical about their broad use, and worried about injury. I didn't say you claimed to have increased performance. But the manufacturers do.

teh arn
Any proof for the bar of soap leaving alot to be desired?
All the people with skin problems (acne, eczema, oily skin.....) that use specially developed wash products will prove you wrong. . . .


That's a bit silly isn't it? My point, that you missed, was that I do not buy expensive battery powered touch free soap dispensers which purport to be more hygienic than soap, as it is a marketing ploy designed to make revenue and solve a problem that does not exist. Likewise with toothbrushes that have a 'tongue cleaner' on the back. Utterly pointless.

The analogy was drawn to reflect my personal concern regarding these types of unstable technology. It is borne out of a need to innovate to increase revenue stream, as opposed to innovation to improve modern life.

teh arn
No doubt you still use an open fire to heat your house and boil your water?
Damn modern technology.


Nope. I am not a luddite. Perhaps this pseudo naturalism is the real regressive issue here. A return to nature via technology ('ooh the human foot has lots of bones and muscles in, therefore we should let them do the work' etc.) is a logical facade, and I see through it.

teh arn
Maybe if you tried them you would have some valid points to address.


I wouldn't mind actually. I might even get round to writing a paper. However, I don't have to fall from a cliff to know that it will kill me. Just as I don't have to run using barefoot technology to know that there is little scientific consensus regarding its benefits.

As I say, whatever works for you mate. I'm just not falling for it.

Edited By: cheapo on Jan 07, 2011 15:00: Spelling