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Mens Henleys Miko Tech Black/Orange Trainers (FCF2) (Size 6-12) for £13.99 Delivered -Sold by bigbrandoutlet2015 @ eBay
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Mens Henleys Miko Tech Black/Orange Trainers (FCF2) (Size 6-12) for £13.99 Delivered -Sold by bigbrandoutlet2015 @ eBay

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Mens Henleys Miko Tech Trainers in Black and Orange. These classic casual trainers are ready to lace-up and go. Lightweight, low profile silhouette with mesh detailing. A synthetic construction with textile lining, and comfortable sock-like liner.
  • Henleys Miko Tech
  • Lightweight, low profile.
  • Sock-like Liner
  • Comfortable Cushioning
  • Padded Ankle Collar

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For great grandads and squares. 😄
Jef_B11/02/2020 09:14

For great grandads and squares. 😄


What shoes would you buy for £13.99 then?
Your feet deserve better.
It's good for boomers
Bought these a few years ago. They're not too bad but don't wash them in the washing machine. They get ruined.
Jef_B11/02/2020 09:14

For great grandads and squares. 😄


Bad for plebs who pay to wear a brand, knowing they have not quite made it as those who have made it are paid to wear the brand!
£9.99 @ MandM Direct also
Jef_B11/02/2020 09:14

For great grandads and squares. 😄




Sounds like someone doesn't want to feel silly for spending 60 quid on something similar but with a logo on the side
When you hit adulthood you'll realise no one gives a s**t about the tick or whatever is on the side of your shoe, not even that fit blonde at the checkout in Tesco
jumpinoffthbed12/02/2020 02:36

Sounds like someone doesn't want to feel silly for spending 60 quid on …Sounds like someone doesn't want to feel silly for spending 60 quid on something similar but with a logo on the side When you hit adulthood you'll realise no one gives a s**t about the tick or whatever is on the side of your shoe, not even that fit blonde at the checkout in Tesco



Yes, but the youth are insecure and are deluded in to believing the brand makes them fit in to a group and more desirable.

Schools should teach de-branding from a young age and explain a brand does not mean better quality and often poorer value.
They should educate to make children believe the fool buys the brand, and to walk around like an "bill board" makes you look like an idiot. True designer brands do not need to display their logo.

Teach child the cost of manufacture, sponsorship, advertising and margin. The latter 3 have no value.

When children see people wear a brand, they should instantly laugh and think, to themselves, "fool".
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