Karrimor Mens Snow Casual II Weathertite Trekking and Hiking Boots £24.95 @ Javari
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Karrimor Mens Snow Casual II Weathertite Trekking and Hiking Boots £24.95 @ Javari

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Found 12th Jan 2014
Karrimor Mens Snow Casual II Weathertite Trekking and Hiking Boots rrp £75.00 reduced to £24.99
Leather upper and Manmade sole
Manmade lining
Lace-Up closure
Waterproof apres ski boot, brushed fleece lining for warmth, waterproof/breathable lining
Karrimor rubber outsole

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Nice, thanks!

ordered thanks

These are normally the same price in sports direct all year round. Not great quality as to be expected. The very first time I pulled the laces up, the lace hooks came off the boots.

However this is adequate for light trekking as 'decent' pair will cost you considerably more.

Tempted but there are a couple of bad reviews on line. Deal heated though.

Don't look too bad, but karrimor are hardly known for quality nowadays.

Review on Amazon:

Going by the title of these boots I thought I was getting something that … Going by the title of these boots I thought I was getting something that would deffo have a good grip but unfortunately these don't. I bought them to walk the dogs on icy mornings, I don't think I'm brave enough to even try as I have already slipped on a wet path during a rain shower. They do look quite good, they are warm. The top of boot although nicely padded has rubbed my ankle raw (even wearing thick socks) I didn't pay much for these (£17) at the moment I'm unsure if I'll wear them again.

My last Karrimor boots didn't even last 6 months, although for the money they're good for occasional use I guess.

The review sounds a bit like a wuss bought them lol.

Unfortunately you cant buy decent quality at this price.

I've got these. They're ok for the money, but they're not leather. Pleather, yes. Leather, no.

Considering what I paid, they're ok. Just don't believe the rrp.

Sadly Karrimor isn't the quality brand it used to be. Now it's just a label used by Sports Direct.

would not touch karrimor with a barge pole, used to be a good brand but not now

Looking for this long time, Ordered one, thanks

clarkeyi

The review sounds a bit like a wuss bought them lol.



Sounds more like someone believed the product description and was expecting the product to live up to it, which it wont as its karrimor. The waterproofing will be useless within 6 months, not that it matters as the sole will have worn through in 3.

£60 on GO Outdoors website. So given them a chance and gonna try them in a weekend in Norway. If they dont work there then they wont work anywhere
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