Firetrap Sir Phil Mens Trainers (Black White Gray) instore or online from £12 @ sportsdirect.com
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Firetrap Sir Phil Mens Trainers (Black White Gray) instore or online from £12 @ sportsdirect.com

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Found 9th Apr 2016
Was looking for some cheap work trainers at the weekend, came across these in-store for £16.00... These trainers are worth so much more than £16.00, these are very well made, feel very comfy and look great.

RRP: £60.00.... Now From £12.00..

Firetrap Sir Phil Mens Trainers
The Firetrap Sir Phil Mens Trainers benefit from a full mesh upper for increased breathability and full laced front for a secure feel, complete with Firetrap branding for a great look.

> Mens Trainers
> Full lace up front
> Padded and shaped ankle
> Cushioned insole
> Mesh upper
> Flex grooves
> EVA foam midsole
> Firetrap branding
> Upper and Inner: textile, Sole: synthetic

For our full range of Mens Firetrap Footwear visit SportsDirect
Product code: 116287
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Is this a joke? lol...
Firetrap used to be a great brand, black label jeans were fab. Just tat since the post sports direct era.:-(
Who's sir Phil??
srp111

Who's sir Phil??


Is it you? Just looking at your user name :-)
mayzi

Is it you? Just looking at your user name :-)



​nah not me, probably a pop star, they give knighthoods to anyone these days
this site has become a joke hahahaha. £12.00 for branded trainers and its been voted FREEZING hahahahahahaha... im never uploading again... wasting my time
domfranks85

this site has become a joke hahahaha. £12.00 for branded trainers and its … this site has become a joke hahahaha. £12.00 for branded trainers and its been voted FREEZING hahahahahahaha... im never uploading again... wasting my time



Real shame what Mike Ashley has done to the Firetrap brand.

This is no deal with Sports Direct fake RRP's. Might as well have bought Donnay shoes for £6.50.
They look nice to be fair. But I presume the build/design is poor compared to skecher go walk etc, which they seem to emulate. Real shame what happened to firetrap.
It's hard to tell with SD what's crap and what's not. Normally the assumption is if it's an own brand, it's crap.
Basically they slap the brand they acquired on any old crap that has little to do with the brand. Thus devaluing it. And they stop selling it outside SD? So it's little different to an aldi own brand. Except aldi actually make nice stuff! Hmm.
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