Men’s Kanadia 8.1 Trail Running Shoes Size 10 - £34.98 @ Amazon
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Men’s Kanadia 8.1 Trail Running Shoes Size 10 - £34.98 @ Amazon

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Found 30th Jun
Available in size 10 at this price.

Same price in more sizes at Adidas website but you'll need to spend >£50 for free delivery.

My mate's got a pair in the other colour scheme & says they're comfy and durable but recommends going half a size up so I took a punt.
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Bought a pair of these on a previous offer for £40 and thought that was a good price, hot!
Will these be too big for me if I'm usually a size 9? Many thanks
DealMeIn2 m ago

Will these be too big for me if I'm usually a size 9? Many thanks


Can't say for sure. I always buy a size up with Adidas.
I am a size 9 and always buy a 10 for Adidas. Especially for trail trainers
Thanks both!
Too be fair you can see why they are cheap - hideous things!

I guess if you do your running at night so no one sees, it's all good.
bxboards22 m ago

Too be fair you can see why they are cheap - hideous things!I guess if you …Too be fair you can see why they are cheap - hideous things!I guess if you do your running at night so no one sees, it's all good.


Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love them! Really good shoes for the trails but hurt once you hit the tarmac
_RobP4 m ago

Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love …Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love them! Really good shoes for the trails but hurt once you hit the tarmac


Agree with this! Great price for these.
_RobP8 m ago

Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love …Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love them! Really good shoes for the trails but hurt once you hit the tarmac



_RobP8 m ago

Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love …Personal opinion, but I've got these in bright yellow and blue and love them! Really good shoes for the trails but hurt once you hit the tarmac


I have a pair of Merrell Men’s Tahr WTPF Low Rise Hiking Shoes, I use these for hill walking / running and they are fine on road too. These arn't 'running shoes' as such, but really comfy on pretty much any ground. Colour scheme sounds similar to yours. I've had mine for 2 years and still going strong, price was about the same as this when I bought them, but sadly they are much pricier now.
If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should running shoes last. I have been running in my nike tennis trainers for a few weeks and there is now a small gap between sole and trainer. I only started wearing these trainers a few months ago.
bxboards39 m ago

Too be fair you can see why they are cheap - hideous things!I guess if you …Too be fair you can see why they are cheap - hideous things!I guess if you do your running at night so no one sees, it's all good.


i own this exact pair and tend to go out during the day as i dont seem to have a taste issue

Although i bought then to do light running , they make great summer walking shoes too especially if like me you tend to hit coastal paths and headlands a lot

while your opinion of the style is yours , I personally like them .
they are well made, with tough construction and extra protection where you're most likely to scrap the shoes when out. They have good support and the cloud foam sole gives some decent spring.
I got my actual shoe size and they fit fine ( for me)
Edited by: "Maccabix" 30th Jun
weswart8 m ago

If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should …If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should running shoes last. I have been running in my nike tennis trainers for a few weeks and there is now a small gap between sole and trainer. I only started wearing these trainers a few months ago.


They should last a lot longer than that. One of my runs is along a river up in the Lake District, about 3.5 miles each way, I do 3 to 4 times a week and due to flooding etc it's a pretty rough track. My 2 year old shoes I mentioned in a post just up are still doing fine. I also cycle in these shoes and also do lots of fell (hill) walking, so can easily put 50 miles a week on them.
DealMeIn1 h, 36 m ago

Will these be too big for me if I'm usually a size 9? Many thanks


I’m normally a 10 and the 11 fits perfectly. To be honest, with Amazon’s good returns policy, try them and see.
Price gone up
weswart1 h, 1 m ago

If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should …If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should running shoes last. I have been running in my nike tennis trainers for a few weeks and there is now a small gap between sole and trainer. I only started wearing these trainers a few months ago.


Big difference between tennis shoes and running shoes, I wouldn't personally run in tennis shoes.
weswart1 h, 38 m ago

If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should …If you run twice a week for 15 minutes ( 2.5 miles) how long should running shoes last. I have been running in my nike tennis trainers for a few weeks and there is now a small gap between sole and trainer. I only started wearing these trainers a few months ago.


Get some running shoes, but not these if you're on the pavement at all. Most running show manufacturers say to change every 300miles/500km. My Brooks Ghost 9's are currently at 1300km and still feeling fine. The Kanadia's I bought at the start of Winter have only been used on trail races and an OCR but still feel as good as new34191929-j7RuO.jpg
bxboards21 h, 11 m ago

They should last a lot longer than that. One of my runs is along a river …They should last a lot longer than that. One of my runs is along a river up in the Lake District, about 3.5 miles each way, I do 3 to 4 times a week and due to flooding etc it's a pretty rough track. My 2 year old shoes I mentioned in a post just up are still doing fine. I also cycle in these shoes and also do lots of fell (hill) walking, so can easily put 50 miles a week on them.


Tennis shoes are built to be sturdy against constant twists, turns and scuffs, rather than distance. Running shouldn’t break them in this short space of time. Return them. Also, if running any distance, get running trainers - for comfort if nothing else.
thanks to all. I hope i can find some running shoes for pavement running under @ 30 pounds sometime soon
weswart22 m ago

thanks to all. I hope i can find some running shoes for pavement running …thanks to all. I hope i can find some running shoes for pavement running under @ 30 pounds sometime soon


Not a clue what they're like but I've seen plenty of people running in Kalenji at parkrun recently decathlon.co.uk/run…tml
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