New Balance Men's Gore-Tex Waterproof Trainer (Mt610gtx) - Width 2e and D, £35.68 (£28.54 with 20% code) @ Amazon
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New Balance Men's Gore-Tex Waterproof Trainer (Mt610gtx) - Width 2e and D, £35.68 (£28.54 with 20% code) @ Amazon

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Found 3rd Dec 2012
Gore-Tex waterproof trail trainers for a good price, available in most sizes - 7.5 at £49.99 before code and 12 £71.39 before code. Use 20% off using the fashion email sign up link posted previously or try code VOGUEOFW.

amazon.co.uk/b?i…031

Width D (standard) also available: amazon.co.uk/New…h_2
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Nice find and good price OP - heat added.

However, be aware these are trail trainers and so are mainly for park-runs and off-road racing. If you run with these for too long on concrete then you'll mangle your knees and joints
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Just seen Width D (standard) also available: amazon.co.uk/New…h_2

Changed order to this now as I don't normally take wider shoes!
Maybe these aren't quite as good but they are only £23 and black / silver not garish luminous green. Ordered two pairs with the code... amazon.co.uk/New…8O/
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barginz

Maybe these aren't quite as good but they are only £23 and black / silver … Maybe these aren't quite as good but they are only £23 and black / silver not garish luminous green. Ordered two pairs with the code... http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Balance-Silver-Trainer-MT610BS-/dp/B006OZSA8O/


Saw those, but not Gore-Tex - may be ok for you, but not what I'm after.
What are these like for sizing? I am usually a ten so should I order that or a bit up or down?
Rickardo

Saw those, but not Gore-Tex - may be ok for you, but not what I'm after.



Ah, ok wondered what the difference was. Looking for these more for casual wear so the green is a bit off putting. Still about £18 a pair is a deal for the me!
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crumpetman

What are these like for sizing? I am usually a ten so should I order … What are these like for sizing? I am usually a ten so should I order that or a bit up or down?


One Amazon review of the 2E suggests they're tighter than normal and to go a half size up, however the next review said this was not true! I'm just going for normal althought I haven't had NBs before.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 3rd Dec 2012
Rickardo

One Amazon review of the 2E suggests they're tighter than normal and to … One Amazon review of the 2E suggests they're tighter than normal and to go a half size up, however the next review said this was not true! I'm just going for normal althought I haven't had NBs before.



I had some 10.5s before which fitted fine but the 10.5's i ordered from amazon last time were tight so I returned and got 11s so order a half size up to be sure...
This colour is even cheaper. £23.83 (Before using the code).

amazon.co.uk/New…h_2

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81tIHCEN7UL._AA1500_.jpg




Edited by: "foolsgold99" 3rd Dec 2012
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foolsgold99

This colour is even cheaper. £23.83 (Before using the … This colour is even cheaper. £23.83 (Before using the code).http://www.amazon.co.uk/New-Balance-Mens-Mt610or-Trainer/dp/B008LAMRWU/ref=pd_sim_sbs_sh_2


Despite the description on Amazon, I don't think they're Gore-Tex, hence why cheaper and no 'gtx' in the model number, as with barginz's post above.
Edited by: "Rickardo" 3rd Dec 2012
Hi thanks for the post ordered two pairs one for myself and one for my son, who I promised I wouldnt wear at the same time as him. 40 sheets for decent(ish) trainers great deal.
I ordered a pair and they arrived today, nice feet and a bit lairy looking but I will be wearing them mainly for cycling so that's ok. Fit is just right for me, I ordered a UK10 and I usually take a 9.5 or 9 and use a shoe stretcher.
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Mine arrived yesterday and I too will be using them for cycling - well pleased and glad I went for 9.5 instead of usual 9.
I have a pair of these, bought as 'winter trainers' a number of months ago. They're excellent and most definitely gore-tex.

I'm very happy with them. They keep my feet dry in the rain and I regularly wear them walking the dog on the beach, no problems with wet sand on the occasional bit of swell washing around the feet.

They don't have the most grip out of all my shoes and can slip a little on wet stone (more so than my walking boots) but generally I'm very happy with them.

You might find them a bit warm in the summer, perfect for winter though.
N.B I'm normally a size 10 but ordered a 10.5 in these and they fit well.
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