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Men’s Technical Jogging Shoes - 14th Oct @ Aldi - £12.99
Men’s Technical Jogging Shoes - 14th Oct @ Aldi - £12.99

Men’s Technical Jogging Shoes - 14th Oct @ Aldi - £12.99

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Cheap trainers for gym goers/runners...

With a series of high performance features to boost your running stride
3M reflective details
Outsole: Flexible, double-density phylon construction with cushioning elements in heel and ball of foot area
Available in: White/Silver/Grey/Orange or White/Silver/Blue
Sizes: 8-10

7 Comments

Look OK for £12.99, but for trainers it seems everybody buys on 'name' not quality.

Even the folk who couldn't run 5 yards

who in their right mind, would buy trainers from Aldi?????

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kula-kev

who in their right mind, would buy trainers from Aldi?????



Why not? Cos they arent nike or reebok?

For the price these are fine. I have had several pairs over the years and find them ok for running in the gym where you have impact cushioning on tread mills. I think if I was seriously running on the road, then I would get something better, as I value my joints a bit more than £12.99!

Brad

For the price these are fine. I have had several pairs over the years and … For the price these are fine. I have had several pairs over the years and find them ok for running in the gym where you have impact cushioning on tread mills. I think if I was seriously running on the road, then I would get something better, as I value my joints a bit more than £12.99!



+1 well said

especially if you can find decent running trainers on sale for £30-£40

My only gripe is that they only go up to size 10 and I take a 12!

Dantooine

Why not? Cos they arent nike or reebok?



I took up running earlier in the year and spent a lot of the time injured initially while I was using a pair of cheap trainers lying around the house. It may be relatively common to get injuries in the early days but after a couple of months I took the advice to go and get my gait analysed at a running shop and couldn't believe the difference. Since then I have been relatively injury free.

It's absolutely nothing about them being cheap. If I knew they were suited to my gait and the sizes were big enough (always add an extra half or full size to what you would usually take since your feet expand as you run longer distances) then I would buy them but there isn't any way to check based on the description Aldi have provided.
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