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Karrimor D30 Mens Running Shoes £15.99 @ sportsdirect
Karrimor D30 Mens Running Shoes £15.99 @ sportsdirect

Karrimor D30 Mens Running Shoes £15.99 @ sportsdirect

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Karrimor D30 Mens Running Shoes
Ideal for the everyday runner, the Karrimor D30 Mens Running Shoes benefits from a clutch counter to the heel to provide more stability around the ankle during a run, a TPU shank to the arch for more support and torsion control and a lightweight bonded upper provides more secure, personalised fit. These Karrimor running shoes feature rear and forefoot gel technology teamed with D30 technology to lessen impact and absorb shock so the foot is more protected with every step and can flow freely through the gait cycle.

> Mens running shoes
> Lace up front
> TPU Hot Melt Seamless overlays
> Lateral and medial saddle system
> Clutch counter to heel
> Aegis microbe shield lining
> D3O cushioning technology
> TPU shank to arch
> Rear foot and forefoot Gel Cushioning technology
> Full length softer density ride line
> Karrimor logo
> Synthetic/textile upper, textile inner, synthetic outsole

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If they've ever sold a pair of these for 159.99 they should be jailed for robbery.

159 of what?

I'm sure these were never £159.99. Still a good price for a budget pair of runners.

Never £159 for Karrimor trainers.

cheap enough but no one has ever paid £159.99 for these

Looks like most sizes out of stock online, well 10, 9.5 and 8 at least

I think stating that they were £159.99 is gonna kill any chance of this going hot despite them being a good price.

5 comments saying the same in the space of 1 minute

the truth we must be speaking

Remember karrimor is owned by sports direct, so doubt they ever sold a pair for£159.99

Karrimor name is now owned by Sportsdirect, these are now mass produced in China with no R&D

They hope people will be blinded by science with the description

TPU Hot Melt Seamless overlays
> Lateral and medial saddle system
> Clutch counter to heel
> Aegis microbe shield lining
> D3O cushioning technology
> TPU shank to arch
> Rear foot and forefoot Gel Cushioning technology
> Full length softer density ride line
> Karrimor logo

Which is virtually meaningless

corred1964

Karrimor name is now owned by Sportsdirect, these are now mass produced … Karrimor name is now owned by Sportsdirect, these are now mass produced in China with no R&DThey hope people will be blinded by science with the description TPU Hot Melt Seamless overlays> Lateral and medial saddle system> Clutch counter to heel> Aegis microbe shield lining> D3O cushioning technology> TPU shank to arch> Rear foot and forefoot Gel Cushioning technology> Full length softer density ride line> Karrimor logoWhich is virtually meaningless



Translation:

-They have a middle and a front that you can put your foot in.
-They have gel in them.
-They've got a logo.
-They also gave cushioning.
-They have a lining.

and so on.......

Oh Sulz what are you doing believing these bogus was / rrp prices

I don't why these retailers show prices then drop to few quids that's really unreal and unbelievable.

D3O is motorbike armour - I have it in a couple of jackets.

Never considered the benefit of having it in shoes - if it's the same stuff - but it is designed to absorb impact so could be worth a punt.

Another wild rrp stated by sports direct. Tempted to pick up for the price though as im doing wild warrior assault course in September so a cheap pair of footwear save ruining my asics running shoes

NFS

Another wild rrp stated by sports direct. Tempted to pick up for the … Another wild rrp stated by sports direct. Tempted to pick up for the price though as im doing wild warrior assault course in September so a cheap pair of footwear save ruining my asics running shoes



Doubt they would make it round the course X)

worthinger

D3O is motorbike armour - I have it in a couple of jackets.Never … D3O is motorbike armour - I have it in a couple of jackets.Never considered the benefit of having it in shoes - if it's the same stuff - but it is designed to absorb impact so could be worth a punt.



Not sure I'd like the thought of D30 in a shoe as it goes hard on impact so each time your heel hits is it would go hard & cause jarring up the leg

rich139luck

I'm sure these were never £159.99. Still a good price for a budget pair … I'm sure these were never £159.99. Still a good price for a budget pair of runners.



Running on "budget" shoes is never a good idea.

corred1964

Doubt they would make it round the course X)



Not sure if I will make it round lol

I feel bad for sulz today. Have some heat!

Fabio77

I feel bad for sulz today. Have some heat!



I wouldn't feel sorry for anyone posting a Sportsdirect deal....should be a blacklisted company, crap customer service, con internet ad ons & poor quality products with overstated RRP's from once decent brands now totally devalued by Sportsdirect ownership

corred1964

Not sure I'd like the thought of D30 in a shoe as it goes hard on impact … Not sure I'd like the thought of D30 in a shoe as it goes hard on impact so each time your heel hits is it would go hard & cause jarring up the leg



I don't think that's entirely correct.

Anyway, quite a few reputable shoe brands are making use of it: d3o.com/mar…ar/

These fake original prices need to be banned.

Its not "rrp", its a previous price - the says they only need to charge it one store for x amount of time and I'm sure that they have.

worthinger

Its not "rrp", its a previous price - the says they only need to charge … Its not "rrp", its a previous price - the says they only need to charge it one store for x amount of time and I'm sure that they have.



Yes and I think the one store rule should be changed. They should probably increase the timescale as well. I just find these sort of stores really annoying.

btw has anyone ever been in Sports direct and seen trainers at full price (over £100) before the price has been cut to shreds?

Edited by: "mccririck" 16th Jul 2014

mccririck

Yes and I think the one store rule should be changed. They should … Yes and I think the one store rule should be changed. They should probably increase the timescale as well. I just find these sort of stores really annoying.btw has anyone ever been in Sports direct and seen trainers at full price (over £100) before the price has been cut to shreds?



The only time you will see £100+ on a shoe price in Sportsdirect is if it is a real quality brand which they have not devalued by it's ownership
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