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Karrimor Unisex Traveller Walking Trainer (£11.99 Delivered) at Amazon
Karrimor Unisex Traveller Walking Trainer (£11.99 Delivered) at Amazon

Karrimor Unisex Traveller Walking Trainer (£11.99 Delivered) at Amazon

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Karrimor Unisex Traveller Walking Trainer sizes 4-12!

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21 Comments

Great find thanks - ordered for DH and myself!

Ordered - thank you

Ordered a pair too ... at that price, it's a bargain

Thanks to 'Liverpoolla'

Ordered, thanks!

Thank you! Brilliant bargain - exactly what I was looking for! Merry Christmas!

Some very poor reviews posted on Amazon, so although a good price I think I'll pass.

Comfy as hell but you'll walk through the soles of these in about 8 weeks! Karrimor sold it's name and whilst there might be genuine products out there - these are legal - also sold in Sports Direct.....and best avoided! And I love a bargain!!

Good price, as long as you are buying them as a cheap pair of trainers for general use. I've bought a few Karrimor trainers and think they are ok, but as others have been mentioned, they are not long lasting. What do you expect for £11.99 (or £15-20 as I think they are in Sports Direct). Not a walking trainer and those that mark them down in Amazon reviews are crazy to do so when they've bought them for £12!

i have these and love them - they are more fashionable than functional

People still think Karrimor is a decent make, they sold the name to sports direct and they stick it on cheap trainers. I suppose for £12 for a pair of shoes is ok, but ALDI sell walking shoes for a similar price every now and then and I'd trust their non brand over these

Ive got these, there very big a clunky, good for the money tho, just don't expect to much

ordered thanks

Oh has had these shoes for ages and say they are really comfy. No signs of wear either.

Cheap nasty crap, not the brand it used to be, AVOID

pmsl, £70 down to £12

Look like they use the exact same sole moulding as a pair of Merrell shoes I have, model name 'moto' if I remember rightly. Very comfy they are too.

The secret with Karrimor is to look for the sole. If it has a Vibram sole you are on to a winner and they are still excellent shoes/ boots and probably a good price because these cheap named shoes have lowered the price of the whole Karrimor range.
People say you can't lose for £12. Well if they mess up your feet or strain your Achilles then you will be in pain for months or for ever. Don't skimp on shoes!
Voted cold sorry

warppower

The secret with Karrimor is to look for the sole. If it has a Vibram sole … The secret with Karrimor is to look for the sole. If it has a Vibram sole you are on to a winner and they are still excellent shoes/ boots and probably a good price because these cheap named shoes have lowered the price of the whole Karrimor range.People say you can't lose for £12. Well if they mess up your feet or strain your Achilles then you will be in pain for months or for ever. Don't skimp on shoes!Voted cold sorry



100% agree with this comment. I had a pair of these trainers thinking they were a bargain for a Karrimor but they were rubbish, the lack of good sole played havoc with my feet.

I bought these a while back from M & M Sports I think. The soles of the shoes wore out surprisingly quickly and soon found them almost dangerous to walk in as they provided no grip whatsoever on wet or smooth surfaces. They stain very easily and quite frankly look very dirty and shabby now. Lastly, I found them quite uncomfortable wearing them for extended periods of time.

So my verdict is good price but very poor product.

Does anyone know what courier Amazon use or whether it's Royal Mail? Home Delivery Network never seem to be able to find my house.

This deal is no longer on, they are now £17.50
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