Many Running Shoes (Saucony, Nike, Adidas, Asic's) 50% off at John Lewis
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Many Running Shoes (Saucony, Nike, Adidas, Asic's) 50% off at John Lewis

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Found 24th Dec 2013
John Lewis currently have 50% off a whole load of running shoes. Brands include Saucony, Nike, Adidas and Asics.

Many of them in stock in a large variety of sizes, and free delivery as well.

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Couple Merrell on clearance, too

Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid?
No thanks, other shops will sell it half that price

Image used for the deal is not in the sale or discounted, they are £80

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simplyjimbo

Image used for the deal is not in the sale or discounted, they are £80



Changed, thanks.

simcolorstay

Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid? No thanks, other shops will … Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid? No thanks, other shops will sell it half that price



I take it you're not a dedicated runner?

Thanks ordered for impending marathon!!

Horrible colours, why can't they just do a decent plain black.

Anyhow, some nice prices, so hot

Mens Asics lahar £50 @ John Lewis sale. Was £25 recently delivered via collect plus @ Very.

simcolorstay

Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid? No thanks, other shops will … Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid? No thanks, other shops will sell it half that price



Someone doesn't take running too seriously!

Can't comment on the other brands but the Saucony ones are good prices, £30-30 less than they normally go for at other retailers.

Hot! Ordered a new pair of Sauconys as my current ones are nearly slick. Thanks

simcolorstay

Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid? No thanks, other shops … Erm. .. 50% off and still costs over 50 quid? No thanks, other shops will sell it half that price

NickDude

I take it you're not a dedicated runner?





Oh commercialism, we love you - This is exactly what no serious runner would ever say.. After all statistics since the 70's definitively show how much injury protection expensive trainers with evermore increasing emphasis on forcing the foot into 'heel running' and restricting the foots natural pronation decrease the injury rate of runners, right?

Regardless, there are some nice prices in JL's selection, whether you're a serious, dedicated or a New Years Day runner.

I fancy a pair of Saucony I don't run it would just be a leisure shoe,could anyone tell me if they are true to size and would they be quite comfortable for wearing to the pub,also how about Adidas trainers are they true to size?

£50 for saucony kinvara 4s! excellent price!

Ordered a pair. By the way, international shipping to Spain isn't cheap.

Ordered a pair of Saucony for my experienced runner of a girlfriend, appreciate the heads up. Free UK delivery too.

Gynx

Oh commercialism, we love you - This is exactly what no serious runner … Oh commercialism, we love you - This is exactly what no serious runner would ever say.. After all statistics since the 70's definitively show how much injury protection expensive trainers with evermore increasing emphasis on forcing the foot into 'heel running' and restricting the foots natural pronation decrease the injury rate of runners, right?Regardless, there are some nice prices in JL's selection, whether you're a serious, dedicated or a New Years Day runner.



Wrong. I'm a serious runner and I said it, so I guess that's the end of that one!

And personally, unless I have a well fitted pair of shoes, I am injured all the time. Nothing to do with commercialism, it comes down to fact. (For me personally anyway).

Adidas I usually have to go a size up and they are nArrower not sure about saucony

For trainers to the pub go to sports direct saucony are for runners usually

Got some Saucony guide 6's instore. Great price, thanks OP.
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