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Gola Astro trainers was £14.00 NOW £3.00 ** INSTORE ** @ Tesco
Gola Astro trainers was £14.00 NOW £3.00 ** INSTORE ** @ Tesco

Gola Astro trainers was £14.00 NOW £3.00 ** INSTORE ** @ Tesco

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Just got back from Tesco - These are showing £14.00 online but are in-store for just £3.00 - BARGAIN!!!

For older boys size 1-6 available - not sure if nationwide

20 Comments

Great look like chav scum for a mere pound, christ

why would you ever want to buy that!

Damn no wonder young un's grow up with such complexes get a grip!!

bodjob

Great look like chav scum for a mere pound, christ

Gola = **** gear

Never wear trainers 'cause the majority look ridiculous, cheapies or big name brands.

Kinky boots for me

These are not supposed to be worn like everyday trainers. These are specific to Astro Turf / Indoor surfaces hence "Astro" in the product description. These would be great for my 9 year old son to do his football training in over the winter when they go inside or on the all weather pitch. Well spotted, hot from me.

Some of you never really mature past the level of 12 year olds do you?

ourdave

Some of you never really mature past the level of 12 year olds do you?



I absolutely agree. My 13 year old son does football training on astroturf in the Winter too. These would be great. Heat added.

I guarantee any kids that get bought these will get bullied

My 10 year old needs a pair of astro's for footie training. These will be perfect! Just need to get to Tesco's tomorrow and hope that they have his size. These will be worn a couple of times a week for training and matches. A bargain IMHO as the rate his feet grow they will last for only a very short time!
He may well, in the opinion of others on here - look like a 'Chav' - but I am not quite sure what you would suggest that he should wear instead!! At least he is a healthy Chav! lol.....

ourdave

Some of you never really mature past the level of 12 year olds do you?



Presumably these child's trainers will be worn around other children, and children are complete arseholes when it comes to cheap trainers. If you're going to force a kid to wear £3 Golas you may as well beat them up yourself.

ourdave

Some of you never really mature past the level of 12 year olds do you?



I'd say 8 actually.
Is it any wonder people end up in debt often due to spending money they don't have on items way outside their budget, if the world is full of people who condemn or bully others because of the 'name' on their shirt or trainers!
When I was a child the kid who smelt, had holes in his shoes, and dirty clothes was the poor soul who was ostracised.
Now it would seem to be the one who doesn't wear the socially acceptable clothing, or have the latest mobile phone.
Don't blame the schools and the other kids if your own child grows up to be bad mannered, a bully and an insensitive snob.
If the parents go around with their nose in the air calling others names because of the logo on their trainers, what can you expect their children to learn.

Her Indoors

I'd say 8 actually.Is it any wonder people end up in debt often due to … I'd say 8 actually.Is it any wonder people end up in debt often due to spending money they don't have on items way outside their budget, if the world is full of people who condemn or bully others because of the 'name' on their shirt or trainers!When I was a child the kid who smelt, had holes in his shoes, and dirty clothes was the poor soul who was ostracised.Now it would seem to be the one who doesn't wear the socially acceptable clothing, or have the latest mobile phone.Don't blame the schools and the other kids if your own child grows up to be bad mannered, a bully and an insensitive snob.If the parents go around with their nose in the air calling others names because of the logo on their trainers, what can you expect their children to learn.



Well said - there really are some complete 4rseholes on this site!

HesFamily4

Well said - there really are some complete 4rseholes on this site!



I agree. With one exception so far (on this thread) the posters who condone trainer snobbery, or make offensive comments, appear to be new users of HUKD. Why on earth has HUKD decided to accept postings from new members without a decent profile?

Edited by: "Alfie!" 15th Oct 2010

nice find will go and look in tesco this morning,my lad needs some new trainers for football training on the astro turf and these will be ideal.He only trains on there in winter so waste of time and money spending stupid amounts on a pair when these will be ideal

Far too many lemmings in this world so hot from me.

Plenty of stock in barrow store been and got some for my lad even got a size bigger for the future,there was also football boots for £3 i didn't bother with them tho as they were blades

Her Indoors2 people like this

I'd say 8 actually.Is it any wonder people end up in debt often due to … I'd say 8 actually.Is it any wonder people end up in debt often due to spending money they don't have on items way outside their budget, if the world is full of people who condemn or bully others because of the 'name' on their shirt or trainers!When I was a child the kid who smelt, had holes in his shoes, and dirty clothes was the poor soul who was ostracised.Now it would seem to be the one who doesn't wear the socially acceptable clothing, or have the latest mobile phone.Don't blame the schools and the other kids if your own child grows up to be bad mannered, a bully and an insensitive snob.If the parents go around with their nose in the air calling others names because of the logo on their trainers, what can you expect their children to learn.



I'm not condoning it, but that's just how kids are. If you want to stick your head in the sand because a kid's trainers shouldn't matter, fair enough, but over here in the real world, children can be very cruel about this sort of thing.

Why is p.ikey blocked out?

Boo hoo people are actually giving off about people slagging off (rightly so) a terrible cheap brand that would indeed get kids bullied.

The thing that really winds me up about that attitude is the idea that it's unchangeable.
I have 3 kids, if I brought up mine not to ridicule other kids for the name on their trainers and so did everyone else, guess what, it wouldn't happen.
I'm approaching 40, so I'd guess my generation were the first to start getting branded. I remember having Nicks and thinking they were ace because there was an advert for them on telly. I also remember them being a bit of a stretch for my parents. I thought I was the dogs in them, and genuinely couldn't understand when a couple of rich kids turned their nose up at them. Now I could see that as the reality for my kids and only get top branded stuff for them and perpetuate things. Or I could teach them that those type of kids are idiots - and if anyone bullies him for it then he's got my permission to wipe the floor with them.


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