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Smart Price Trainers £2.00

£2.00 @ George (Asda George)
Just bought a pair of Asda Smart Price Trainers in the Winsford store marked up at £4.50 but they went throught the till at £2. Read More
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Just bought a pair of Asda Smart Price Trainers in the Winsford store marked up at £4.50 but they went throught the till at £2.
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#1
Fair play if you actually have the 'necessary' to wear them out in public but if you have kids, please have a heart and do not put them through the experience of having to wear them.
#2
Once bought a pair of these to use for fishing lasted a couple of weeks C**P is the only word I can use to describe them not even worth 50p.
#3
I 2nd bell6367, imagine wearing them to school, guaranteed bullying for life! :thinking
#4
Yeah but some people cant afford to buy expensive trainers. Think about that one...
Some people are in poverty and would appreciate any new pair of trainers.

They won't last that long but i suppose alright for the garden or walking the dog etc.
#5
Sorry, but I have to agree with the previous posts!

Please please do not put your kids through wearing these! Trust me, they will not thank you for it!
#6
To leona71:
I appreciate that some people cannot afford expensive trainers but rather than subject a poor offspring to the humiliation of these, save up the £2 each week for a month or two and buy last-season's expensive trainers for them at a fraction of the original price.
Some will say it's a sad reflection of society today but this isn't about wealth or elitism, it's about looking after the welfare of your kids.
Ok, I'm done! :-)
#7
I am so surprised there isn't a post from the Care Bears criticising your purchase and the sweat shop policies of the manufacturer.
#8
Have you been to Winsford? £2 is expensive for Winsford. Very classy :whistling: I know i live there :-D
#9
Picked up a pair of Brown trainer type shoes from JJB for £2.99 reduced from £30. Worth checking the jjb sale. :thumbsup:

They actually look better quality than my brown Kickers!!!
1 Like #10
bell6367;1458807
To leona71:
I appreciate that some people cannot afford expensive trainers but rather than subject a poor offspring to the humiliation of these, save up the £2 each week for a month or two and buy last-season's expensive trainers for them at a fraction of the original price.
Some will say it's a sad reflection of society today but this isn't about wealth or elitism, it's about looking after the welfare of your kids.
Ok, I'm done! :-)

Gosh what snobbery is in this thread...
I would happily buy these to wear when I do all the jobs I have to do without destroying my "nice" trainers...
If people actually stopped pandering to these "bully" tactics in school and out...
and actually stopped giving a C**p what other people say...the world would be a nicer place...
I actually find most of the "elite" trainers revolting and would rather wear the £2 asda ones tbh...
Sorry rant over...:whistling:
Kim
"dont let the b*****ds grind you down"
#11
kimbo_frog
Gosh what snobbery is in this thread...
I would happily buy these to wear when I do all the jobs I have to do without destroying my "nice" trainers...
If people actually stopped pandering to these "bully" tactics in school and out...
and actually stopped giving a C**p what other people say...the world would be a nicer place...
I actually find most of the "elite" trainers revolting and would rather wear the £2 asda ones tbh...
Sorry rant over...:whistling:
Kim
"dont let the b*****ds grind you down"


[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Agree 100% with you[/COLOR]
#12
Please keep replies to discussing the product and respect other users opinions without throwing insults at each other. Thanks.
banned#13
bell6367
To leona71:
I appreciate that some people cannot afford expensive trainers but rather than subject a poor offspring to the humiliation of these, save up the £2 each week for a month or two and buy last-season's expensive trainers for them at a fraction of the original price.
Some will say it's a sad reflection of society today but this isn't about wealth or elitism, it's about looking after the welfare of your kids.
Ok, I'm done! :-)


£2 shoes are no worse than last seasons must have

So i have 2 kids
thats 2 per week saved per child for shoes
about 2 perweek saved for trousers
about 2 per week saved for jumpers
about 2 per week saved for underwear

oh so far we are at £16 per week saving for 4 items, errmmmmmmmmmmmm


Fot those that want its a great deal voted hot:thumbsup:
#14
'£2 shoes are no worse than last season's must have' !??? Ask either of your children to see if they agree.

Trainers voted so cold you'd struggle to get them on. :whistling:
#15
Nothing wrong with Asdadas trainers.
banned#16
Man made uppers = stinky feet
banned#17
wolvesinwales
Nothing wrong with Asdadas trainers.


Nice one :)
#18
When you think that even a tshirt with a sports band on it can cost you £15+ trainers aren't really that expensive unless you go for the £80 stupidly expensive ones.
#19
cheaptastic!
#20
What you could do is buy these shoes then send them back to the 10yr old who made them so they have something to wear while they work their 17 hr shift then go to sleep in the sewer
#21
paul.jacobs
What you could do is buy these shoes then send them back to the 10yr old who made them so they have something to wear while they work their 17 hr shift then go to sleep in the sewer

i think they prefer the nike ones they make
banned#22
paul.jacobs
What you could do is buy these shoes then send them back to the 10yr old who made them so they have something to wear while they work their 17 hr shift then go to sleep in the sewer


how would i know what size to buy:?
banned#23
bell6367
'£2 shoes are no worse than last season's must have' !??? Ask either of your children to see if they agree.

Trainers voted so cold you'd struggle to get them on. :whistling:


you know what, not everyone can afford to get their kids the best of everything, not everyone can afford to save to get their kids the best of everything, they are £2 trainers that will be as wrecked as a £20 pair in a week or two, who cares, maybe my children arent kitted out in the best of everything but it seems they are lucky enough to go to school with children that are brought up with the right qualities, i know which of the two ide prefer:-D
#24
please....!!! no one put your kids in these

u get what you pay for when it comes to footwear i reckon
#25
Keep your hair on love, I'm just saying I'd rather send my kids to school in Dutch clogs rather than in these trainers, such is the level of abuse they would undoubtedly receive.
#26
Yeah abuse if they go to a rough school.

At the end of the day it's only trainers..........move on.
#27
Leona71, I can assure you there is as much bullying in your 'posh' schools than in any 'rough school', as you put it.

Yes, they're only trainers, but your kids are not 'only' kids.
#28
bell6367;1458616
Fair play if you actually have the 'necessary' to wear them out in public but if you have kids, please have a heart and do not put them through the experience of having to wear them.


I was the poor kid who had to wear unbranded trainers at school, then my parents wondered why I nicked money to buy better ones! My parents were pretty well off but tight arses that only speant on themselves!
1 Like #29
I'll weigh in here as someone who went to school in rubbish trainers. You get teased a bit, but nothing too bad, especially when you've been raised to understand that only shallow people will care about stuff like this. On the other hand, I do know of kids who turned up in £100 trainers, only to get lamped and have them stolen, then be too scared to grass the people up.

If I had kids I'd want to send them to school in a middle of the road pair of trainers that would attract minimal attention, but I'd not look down at anyone who had to send their kids to school with a £2 pair.

Next thing we know people on the forums will be recommending that parents tell kids not to do their homework or get good marks, as people will call them swot and teachers pet. Get a little backbone people.
banned#30
he, he, he we arent alound to rap our kids in cotton wool it makes us bad parents, apparently they need to be out there living life and becoming street wise, ya know the old ruff and tumble yet we cant buy cheap trainers because of being ridiculed:roll:

when i was a kid i remeber we had white trainers with a red stripe around them, think they where tesco ones, any one that had these was classed as a tesco reject - lol we had the better off kids in good trainers and the better off kids in rejects, the same as we had the less better off in good shoes and the less better off in rejects, i am a grown women now and still remember it, it was like the joke of the school.

I agree my daughter is now 14 and asks for named gear etc, etc, she gets what i can afford and yes at times she gets the stuff she really wants and at other times she gets the stuff she really doesnt want, but not once has she ever been ridiculed for anything and she goes to a huge school, it isnt just about kitting them out its about bringing them up with the right qualities, the good qualities and having them respect the less better off as much as the better off, actually come to think of it most of her friends come from quite well to do families who probably can afford much more than i could, what should i do starve the youngest so the eldest can look good in front of them:w00t:
#31
Anyway who the heck is saying these are for kids. Maybe a great deal for Granpa, Dad or older bloke.
Great deal for people that don't worry about what other people think and who have a mind of their own.
banned#32
leona71
Anyway who the heck is saying these are for kids. Maybe a great deal for Granpa, Dad or older bloke.
Great deal for people that don't worry about what other people think and who have a mind of their own.


oh now your pushing it, you dont think ide be seen out in a cheap pairs of these, dont mind the kids getting ridiculed, but not me:p:-D
#33
I think we finally have some agreement - it's amazing what a little good-natured debate can achieve.
#34
Well i know my Dad wouldn't mind these trainers, he wears anything that I give him. Mind you saying that he has no idea about style or what's 'in or out'.

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