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Everlast Unisex weight vest / body weights 10kg for £24.98 delivered @ eBay / kickbacksports Outlet
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Everlast Unisex weight vest / body weights 10kg for £24.98 delivered @ eBay / kickbacksports Outlet

£19.99£34.9943% £4.99 eBay Deals
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Posted 24th Mar

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Not many fitness offers out here at the moment, because everyone has sold out it seems. No dumbells, no weights benches, but you can get this little beauty. Ideal for running, jumping and resistance training. Only £19.99 using the code POUNDOFF, but then £4.99 postage brings it straight back up to £24.98.

Still next best price is £35 so you are still getting a good deal.

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  • Add resistance to your running drills or plyometric workouts.
  • Designed with comfort in mind - ultra soft padding.
  • Weight is equally distributed.
  • Black is 10kg.



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I'm already 10kg overweight so am I fine without this?
Should we not be boycotting Sports Direct
Edited by: "daver77" 24th Mar
Akira_Cat24/03/2020 12:58

Is this Sports Direct? Sorry I had no idea.


Everlast is a sports direct brand so I’m definitely not interested even if it was £1
So how do these work because if DBZ has taught me anything it is that if I wear this regularly andin everyday life then when I take it off I'll be much faster and able to beat Raditz?
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I'm already 10kg overweight so am I fine without this?
comedychris24/03/2020 12:50

I'm already 10kg overweight so am I fine without this?


Hoho, living up to ya namesake, what a beaut
buliztik24/03/2020 12:51

Hoho, living up to ya namesake, what a beaut


If I'm honest I'm probably 15kg overweight and after this lockdown, god help me...

Stay safe and eat mate! Haha
Should we not be boycotting Sports Direct
Edited by: "daver77" 24th Mar
daver7724/03/2020 12:55

Should we not be boycotting Sports Direct


Is this Sports Direct? Sorry I had no idea.
Edited by: "Akira_Cat" 24th Mar
So how do these work because if DBZ has taught me anything it is that if I wear this regularly andin everyday life then when I take it off I'll be much faster and able to beat Raditz?
Akira_Cat24/03/2020 12:58

Is this Sports Direct? Sorry I had no idea.


Everlast is a sports direct brand so I’m definitely not interested even if it was £1
The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there will lose what little work they have at the moment.
Genuine question- if say I wear this round the house or go do sports with it, will it make have any negative affects? ie more strain on joints, etc...
I would avoid these, it's just extra weight on your ankles/feet increasing the risk of injury. Better off doing more reps/running a longer distance.
dlo24724/03/2020 13:04

The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there …The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there will lose what little work they have at the moment.


The average worker in Sports Direct is typically an overseas student or very young local kids. Both groups hate their jobs with SD.

And will hopefully find alternative employment
Am I the only one who thought: "wow Kevlar vests on discount!?"
It didn't seem to do deontay wilder any good
Crikey. Do not wear that in Central London outside ....
don't really see the benefits outweighing the negatives with these (increased risk of injury/strains etc). if there was a benefit then wouldn't you see professional athletes training with these?
KTy24/03/2020 13:06

I would avoid these, it's just extra weight on your ankles/feet increasing …I would avoid these, it's just extra weight on your ankles/feet increasing the risk of injury. Better off doing more reps/running a longer distance.


I do pullups, chin ups and dips with one so there's more uses than wearing one for cardio
for a sec i was thinking that SportsDirect was selling stab proof vests for people in London.
will wear this next time i go out to get toilet roll
lukeo4424/03/2020 13:42

I do pullups, chin ups and dips with one so there's more uses than wearing …I do pullups, chin ups and dips with one so there's more uses than wearing one for cardio


For anyone looking to get this for chin ups or dips- I would recommend getting a dip belt instead, for similar money (probably less actually).

With a belt you do need to own weight plates you can hang from it of course, so might not suit everyone.
Edited by: "aronandjim" 24th Mar
Hot, cheaper than buying food to get fat
plath24/03/2020 13:46

for a sec i was thinking that SportsDirect was selling stab proof vests …for a sec i was thinking that SportsDirect was selling stab proof vests for people in London.


Never mind London, I though it might be for the toilet roll aisle in Tesco, when they've got stock.
dlo24724/03/2020 13:04

The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there …The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there will lose what little work they have at the moment.


I hear yeah mate and it’s true definitely one of the worst catch 22 situations
Extra protection for a night oot in Glasgow !
rochester24/03/2020 13:03

Everlast is a sports direct brand so I’m definitely not interested even if …Everlast is a sports direct brand so I’m definitely not interested even if it was £1


Oh well, can't please everyone.
Got this a month ago, great vest.

-Vest weighs 6kg, with 4x 1kg plates you can add.
-Fully adjustable including shoulders.

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Edited by: "The_Hoff" 24th Mar
Eat more pies and save yourself 20 quid.
Now the rest of you can finally feel like what it feels to be me...
Here is a much cheaper one on Wish.com - not Everlast, of course. 3/20/50kg options.
Wear this to guarantee you will get many metres of social distancing without having to ask, probably not bullet or tazer proof though.
Currently £9.99 at Aldi, I guess may be store specific, I know there was some in Dronfield yesterday. Don't think it was Everlast
Edited by: "Gordon_Riley" 24th Mar
trannyboy24/03/2020 15:53

Wear this to guarantee you will get many metres of social distancing …Wear this to guarantee you will get many metres of social distancing without having to ask, probably not bullet or tazer proof though.



but maybe not as much though as a Momentum/Extinction Rebellion T-shirt...
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daver7724/03/2020 12:55

Should we not be boycotting Sports Direct


What happened regarding Sports Direct?
dlo24724/03/2020 13:04

The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there …The problem with boycotting sports direct is the average employee there will lose what little work they have at the moment.


In the short term some employees may suffer but in the long term if companies know that buyers demand fair treatment for colleagues (and responsible sourcing) then they will behave appropriately.
Yossi24/03/2020 15:08

Here is a much cheaper one on Wish.com - not Everlast, of course. …Here is a much cheaper one on Wish.com - not Everlast, of course. 3/20/50kg options.


Wish is dubious at best.
Edited by: "Akira_Cat" 24th Mar
Heat for the level 3 vest!
I bought similar one 12 days ago ebay.co.uk/itm…649

Was 12 1/2 quid - now £25.19 doubled !
These are good for non-athletic people as they are easy enough to start with - not unbearable - esp. for walking.
Cunning-Stunts24/03/2020 14:48

Eat more pies and save yourself 20 quid.


You’ll have to spend a lot more than £20 on pies to put on 10kg if weight.
Need one that's bullet proof.
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