Karrimor Walking shoes from £14-£18 Sportsdirect
Karrimor Walking shoes from £14-£18 Sportsdirect

Karrimor Walking shoes from £14-£18 Sportsdirect

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Karrimoor Shoes ranging from different prices from £14-£18. Different styles include Peak, Boulder and Summit
These are all very comfortable strong shoes. They are great for venturing outdoors even if worn once due to the cheap price.
Reduced from £60-£75 RRP
ADULT SIZES AVAILABLE 6-11, Womens and Mens colours available.


Karrimor aren't the company they used to be...they are just one one of the brand names used by sports direct now. Having said that I recently got a pair of Karrimoor boots at Millets, £120 reduced to £55, and they are fantastic.

I got a pair of Karrimor steel toe shoes from sports direct yesterday, only £17.99 and fantastic value, heat added.

They're good value but your only saving a fiver , The shoes have been priced about £20 all year at sports direct, Great for work shoes but are not waterproof I've been wearing a pair for a couple of weeks and their no good in the recent snow.

You pays your money you takes your choice!

I bought a pair of Karrimor 'leisure' shoes from M&M, great price and comfortable for sea-level scuffing about.

Certainly wouldn't use them for even moderate walking.

the sports direct Karrimor are terrible shoes

Bought a pair of these last year, sole wore through in under 6 weeks. Terrible quality and not really a deal as they're made for Sports Direct to sell at the 'reduced' price.

i wear them most days to/from work, taking kids to park etc and have just bought a new pair. Old ones are 12 months old. I have chucked some old tatty trainers away and now use the 1st pair around the garden. For under £20 they are great value!

i got a pair other day. they look pretty darn good to me, veeery comfortable and nice to walk in.

Thought I'd Post Once I Got A Pair, And I've Walked In Them For About, 2 Hours And They're Not Bad At All Heat Added

For £14 what do people expect from these?! I quite like them for general everyday wear, and they've been not too bad in the snow - but of course at around £20 they're not going to be any use for any proper walking/hiking, they're not waterproof and will need replaced in a year at most.

Would really like to get a decent pair of shoes and quite like the look of some Merrell shoes/boots but they are so expensive.... sportsdirect.com have some cheaper but I wouldn't be too sure about buying from them - but for a cheap, muckabout pair of trainers, they're fine.

no use to me but when looking for a link i noticed these are now down to £8

seems to be only size 6,

Edited by: "toffeepennys" 30th Nov 2010
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