Hi Gear Sierra II Walking Shoes Men / Women - £10 Collected from store @ Go Outdoors
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Hi Gear Sierra II Walking Shoes Men / Women - £10 Collected from store @ Go Outdoors

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Found 7th Apr
Bought these today and I must say how comfortable they are, wont be trying to go up Snowdon with them but for general day to day they seem fine. Time will tell how long they last.

Loads in stock in Bristol branch, on the website as well so a national deal.
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19Danny819 m ago

Like you wouldn't get that fiver back in savings over the course of the …Like you wouldn't get that fiver back in savings over the course of the year?!



its the principle,cos they are basically charging you a fiver just to reserve something,and of course you will have to give all your personal info to apply for one which they could possibly sell on,its the fact you have no choice if you want to reserve something,should be illegal in my view
Edited by: "mmachine" 7th Apr
prestwichian2 h, 28 m ago

Good deal unless you live in Manchester where it rains about 360 days a …Good deal unless you live in Manchester where it rains about 360 days a year


You should try living up here in the Lake District....think summer is supposed to be on a Tuesday this year.
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these are great,i have 2 pairs,no good for hill walking etc but great for general use and very comfortable.
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Nice first post, @richrab - keep it up!
Got some today
+ £5.00 for a discount card
Good deal unless you live in Manchester where it rains about 360 days a year
Thanks.. Just ordered 2 pairs with £4.95 delivery.. so £12.50 a pair... Usually buy similar when Aldi have them in stock at £15..This way i dont even have to walk to the shops to fetch them..
Thanks op a three pairs ordered and even with the p+p still seems a good price
Edited by: "bitsandpcsuk" 7th Apr
Are they slippery in rain or black ice?
You must have a GO Outdoors discount card to use Reserve & Collect which costs you £5 a year what a rip off
mmachine22 m ago

You must have a GO Outdoors discount card to use Reserve & Collect which …You must have a GO Outdoors discount card to use Reserve & Collect which costs you £5 a year what a rip off


Like you wouldn't get that fiver back in savings over the course of the year?!
19Danny819 m ago

Like you wouldn't get that fiver back in savings over the course of the …Like you wouldn't get that fiver back in savings over the course of the year?!



its the principle,cos they are basically charging you a fiver just to reserve something,and of course you will have to give all your personal info to apply for one which they could possibly sell on,its the fact you have no choice if you want to reserve something,should be illegal in my view
Edited by: "mmachine" 7th Apr
and 6.3% TCB
Wanted to get some for my mother but she's quite tiny and needs 3.5 which are not available . Heated as good deal though!
dont have one of those cards but its charged me £10 in total to collect from store. decent deal
prestwichian2 h, 28 m ago

Good deal unless you live in Manchester where it rains about 360 days a …Good deal unless you live in Manchester where it rains about 360 days a year


You should try living up here in the Lake District....think summer is supposed to be on a Tuesday this year.
Cumbrian.Hammer11 m ago

You should try living up here in the Lake District....think summer is …You should try living up here in the Lake District....think summer is supposed to be on a Tuesday this year.


It was, Sorry you missed it.
how long do they last ?

Ive had plenty of cheaper walking trainers that looked & felt good initially but had disintegrated within a few months at most

shoes are one of the few items that its worth spending more on to avoid false economy

p.s. I know hi-tecs can be OK as the best pair of walking shoes Ive ever bought were HI-TEC BARTHOLO's when they were on sale and via ebay - so good Ive bought 4 pairs in the past but the buggers discontinued them
Edited by: "bayhabourbutcher" 8th Apr
mmachine2 h, 20 m ago

its the principle,cos they are basically charging you a fiver just to …its the principle,cos they are basically charging you a fiver just to reserve something,and of course you will have to give all your personal info to apply for one which they could possibly sell on,its the fact you have no choice if you want to reserve something,should be illegal in my view


Well it's not like they lie about it or force to make a purchase...
Heat added, however I don't agree to their model (similar to Matalan)
chrissafc1 h, 37 m ago

dont have one of those cards but its charged me £10 in total to collect …dont have one of those cards but its charged me £10 in total to collect from store. decent deal


When collecting they may ask I don't know just a thought
My dad got some of these, they fit SMALL. Make sure to size up one or a half size at least
Shame that there isn't a list of the material in the shoes.
Good finding op ordered pair hope they comfy
zermattbusby9 h, 55 m ago

+ £5.00 for a discount card


Discount cards are free for the next 6 months where I live, I thought it was nationwide
dealerxxx6 h, 32 m ago

When collecting they may ask I don't know just a thought


I'll tell them to get lost
bayhabourbutcher8 h, 32 m ago

how long do they last ?Ive had plenty of cheaper walking trainers that …how long do they last ?Ive had plenty of cheaper walking trainers that looked & felt good initially but had disintegrated within a few months at mostshoes are one of the few items that its worth spending more on to avoid false economyp.s. I know hi-tecs can be OK as the best pair of walking shoes Ive ever bought were HI-TEC BARTHOLO's when they were on sale and via ebay - so good Ive bought 4 pairs in the past but the buggers discontinued them


These are Hi gear (their own brand) not hi-tec which are far superior.

I bought these a year ago when on the same offer, not very comfy and don't last long but I bought for work and for that they are fine.

If you're on a budget you're better off going to decathlon.
Edited by: "you_gotta_be_kidding" 8th Apr
zermattbusby12 h, 10 m ago

+ £5.00 for a discount card


I wish they'd get rid of the loyalty card. Stuipid idea that should be consigned to the pages of history.
£5 for a discount card, what a rip off
NOT WATERPROOF but you can alway buy 2 prs and keep the second in the car to either travel home or use the next walk.
Mr.Mac3 m ago

NOT WATERPROOF but you can alway buy 2 prs and keep the second in the car …NOT WATERPROOF but you can alway buy 2 prs and keep the second in the car to either travel home or use the next walk.


You can always buy a waterproof spray for £4 from eBay /amazon and it becomes waterproof /goretex etc..
someshpan34 m ago

You can always buy a waterproof spray for £4 from eBay /amazon and it …You can always buy a waterproof spray for £4 from eBay /amazon and it becomes waterproof /goretex etc..


Spraying your shoes with a waterproof spray does not make them the same as goretex. Lol.

These shoes leak and fall apart so quick. We bought them previously for our kids and they fell apart in 3-4 months. We took them back to the store as the kids only wore them a handful of times. The store were brilliant and we put more money towards new better ones.
Anyone got a deal for some better walking shoes?
These are dirt, my dad was buying these and similar styles for year's thinking buy cheap and then replace. The thing is they were crumbling after a few months , this was just daily wear, not even on a trail. I told him to spend a bit extra on a decent pair that lasts over a year and works out at better value. He's never looked back, wouldn't buy anything like these again.
Edited by: "r_macus" 8th Apr
Just delete the discount card from your basket before you complete checkout.
chrissafc14 h, 12 m ago

dont have one of those cards but its charged me £10 in total to collect …dont have one of those cards but its charged me £10 in total to collect from store. decent deal


Yeah, I've just paid for two pairs for collection from my local store, and they've charged me just £20. I don't know if they'll insist on a discount card when I collect.

This counts as Distance Selling anyway. So you can cancel your purchase within 14 days.

Either way, it's a terrific deal. Thanks OP.
Edited by: "Mr_Messenger_2" 8th Apr
Can't see an option to pay now and collect in store, just the option to pay in store when collecting. Not sure I'll risk that as I don't have a discount card, which I'm sure they'll ask me for if I have to pay instore. Shame, would have liked a pair.

Edit: It says they are in stock in my local store, could I just go and buy a pair without reserving them? Anyone know if you need a card to shop instore? Thanks
Edited by: "jonnyjackov" 8th Apr
will they be good for download festival?
jonnyjackov1 h, 21 m ago

Can't see an option to pay now and collect in store, just the option to …Can't see an option to pay now and collect in store, just the option to pay in store when collecting. Not sure I'll risk that as I don't have a discount card, which I'm sure they'll ask me for if I have to pay instore. Shame, would have liked a pair.Edit: It says they are in stock in my local store, could I just go and buy a pair without reserving them? Anyone know if you need a card to shop instore? Thanks


Yes the price is different without card for everything in store
Plenty available in Gloucester store this lunchtime.
I have a pair, good for the price. I find the insole on my right shoe has seen excessive wear. I wear mine daily for a 2 mile walk to work, for that it's definitely worth the £10 as they are fairly rigid and comfy.
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