A Huge Selection of Mens Summer Polo Shirts From £3 @ Sports Direct
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A Huge Selection of Mens Summer Polo Shirts From £3 @ Sports Direct

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Found 29th Apr 2011
I needed to buy myself some polo shirts for summer and come across a fair selction of polo shirts from £3 including Slazenger, Umbro, Lonsdale, Nike, Puma, Reebok, Dunlop and Fila.

Some products to take note of:

To find these particular products filter search by 'Price - Low to High'

Please also note there will be a delivery charge unless over £60

Umbro (as seen on TV) £5 sportsdirect.com/umb…083

Umbro - £5 sportsdirect.com/umb…459

Slazenger - £4.99 (2 for £8) sportsdirect.com/sla…022

Lonsdale - £5 (was £22.99) sportsdirect.com/lon…733

Lonsdale - £6.99 (was £19.99) sportsdirect.com/lon…037

Puma - £11 sportsdirect.com/pum…022

Nike - £12 sportsdirect.com/nik…000

7 Comments

bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce their own clothing, to a slazenger or Nike shirt will be in name only. Their clothes tend to be of much poorer quality materials and build.

For 3 quid though, whose to say that isn't a deal. Just don't expect the real thing.

randomnut

bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce … bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce their own clothing, to a slazenger or Nike shirt will be in name only. Their clothes tend to be of much poorer quality materials and build.For 3 quid though, whose to say that isn't a deal. Just don't expect the real thing.



Since when did they start producing Nike?

Original Poster

randomnut

bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce … bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce their own clothing, to a slazenger or Nike shirt will be in name only. Their clothes tend to be of much poorer quality materials and build.For 3 quid though, whose to say that isn't a deal. Just don't expect the real thing.




It's a possibility but i've bought alot of clothes from Sports Direct and never had a problem with any of them and some of the products are very similar to Primarks prices but will be better quality and also branded.

randomnut

bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce … bear in mind that sports direct license the use of the names and produce their own clothing, to a slazenger or Nike shirt will be in name only. Their clothes tend to be of much poorer quality materials and build.For 3 quid though, whose to say that isn't a deal. Just don't expect the real thing.




They are the real thing , sports direct own , Slazenger , Lonsdale , Everlast , etc , Poorer quality maybe from years gone by but not a " fake " like your implying

And they don't own or have anything to do with the Nike brand so i dunno where you got that from

Plus delivery

Didn't find a single one under £5 that was 100% cotton.All 65% polyester 35% cotton.:(
Umbro at £5 are 100% cotton.
Better to go to a store if you have one near you than pay delivery charge


Edited by: "stamfordblue" 29th Apr 2011

This company regularly do these sorts of promotions and prices so nothing special really. It's like walking around with a sign above your head telling everyone where you shop
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