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Nike air max command £36 - Nike outlet Rotherham
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Nike air max command £36 - Nike outlet Rotherham

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Found these in the Nike outlet store Parkgate Rotherham.
Was £95 now £36
They had most sizes and other styles of Nike airs
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Nike are now making genuine Nikes that look fake.....I’m done!!!
smudge9206/01/2019 21:49

I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality …I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.


Was this show you saw specifically talking about Nike outlets? If not then your post isn't really relevant to anything here. I regularly visit the Nike and Adidas outlets in my area (Royal Quays and Dalton Park) and it's very obvious that the stock being sold is simply last seasons items or end-of-line clearance products, all regular stock just being cleared out once new ranges are in stores and on their own online sites. The Adidas store I visit does sometimes have "sample" items which can be products that were produced as trial lines and not actually made available via normal retail channels, but these are very clearly labelled as such. To suggest that Nike outlets sell products that are specifically of low quality compared to normal shops is just absolute nonsense.
smudge9217 m ago

I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality …I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.



Next they will be telling us poundland'isk stores get different pack sizes and sizes of products made for them to sell at those prices and even the big multiples, or Currys/Argos getting specific model numbers made for them for that ever important "price promise". Or stores that really are selling brand names that they own and manufacture for themselves with inflated RRP. Outlets can have some real bargains, yes sometimes they may sell products which had an odd stitch somewhere, I'd rather they sold reduced than bin, but they also are used to clearout "old" stock which has nothing wrong with them, or left over sizes. Normal stores paying premium rate rent don't have enough floor space to sell through items like this, or stock "old season". Some stores have total transparency like M&S who actually label "made for outlet". Personally I judge a product on the price I'm willing to pay for that product and quality, not on an inflated "was" price and couldn't care less if it was "made" just for the place or last years fashion.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 6th Jan
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Nike are now making genuine Nikes that look fake.....I’m done!!!
I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.
chridt2 m ago

Nike are now making genuine Nikes that look fake.....I’m done!!!


They make really ugly shoes too - these are terrible along with most Air Max trainers. Look like something your parents would buy you from local shoe shop for school because you refused to wear proper shoes!
smudge9206/01/2019 21:49

I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality …I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.


Buy them and take them back if they are rubbish. At least consumer rights protect you.

I've bought 5 pairs in 2 years and they have all been spot on. No issues. Heat added.
David-JohnMorgan06/01/2019 21:52

Buy them and take them back if they are rubbish. At least consumer rights …Buy them and take them back if they are rubbish. At least consumer rights protect you.I've bought 5 pairs in 2 years and they have all been spot on. No issues. Heat added.


5 pairs? As in you got through 5 or you just have 5 pairs? Because that proves my point inferior materials used so you have to buy more often..Are you really saving money? The shoes are made purely to be sold cheaply, corners cut and no real bargain.
Edited by: "smudge92" 6th Jan
David-JohnMorgan06/01/2019 21:52

Buy them and take them back if they are rubbish. At least consumer rights …Buy them and take them back if they are rubbish. At least consumer rights protect you.I've bought 5 pairs in 2 years and they have all been spot on. No issues. Heat added.



Tell that to Mike Ashley...
I don’t wear nike to narrow for me but those look decent especially at that price
Look really nice. Great price. Almost worth going into Rotherham. Almost
smudge9217 m ago

I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality …I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.



Next they will be telling us poundland'isk stores get different pack sizes and sizes of products made for them to sell at those prices and even the big multiples, or Currys/Argos getting specific model numbers made for them for that ever important "price promise". Or stores that really are selling brand names that they own and manufacture for themselves with inflated RRP. Outlets can have some real bargains, yes sometimes they may sell products which had an odd stitch somewhere, I'd rather they sold reduced than bin, but they also are used to clearout "old" stock which has nothing wrong with them, or left over sizes. Normal stores paying premium rate rent don't have enough floor space to sell through items like this, or stock "old season". Some stores have total transparency like M&S who actually label "made for outlet". Personally I judge a product on the price I'm willing to pay for that product and quality, not on an inflated "was" price and couldn't care less if it was "made" just for the place or last years fashion.
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 6th Jan
smudge9206/01/2019 21:49

I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality …I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.


Was this show you saw specifically talking about Nike outlets? If not then your post isn't really relevant to anything here. I regularly visit the Nike and Adidas outlets in my area (Royal Quays and Dalton Park) and it's very obvious that the stock being sold is simply last seasons items or end-of-line clearance products, all regular stock just being cleared out once new ranges are in stores and on their own online sites. The Adidas store I visit does sometimes have "sample" items which can be products that were produced as trial lines and not actually made available via normal retail channels, but these are very clearly labelled as such. To suggest that Nike outlets sell products that are specifically of low quality compared to normal shops is just absolute nonsense.
Its cheaper because its all bought from wholesalers the more pallets or whatever the cheaper the stock.. aslong as they make some profit win win in my eyes rather pay price above then get full priced items elsewhere for same stuff
Haircut_10015 m ago

Was this show you saw specifically talking about Nike outlets? If not then …Was this show you saw specifically talking about Nike outlets? If not then your post isn't really relevant to anything here. I regularly visit the Nike and Adidas outlets in my area (Royal Quays and Dalton Park) and it's very obvious that the stock being sold is simply last seasons items or end-of-line clearance products, all regular stock just being cleared out once new ranges are in stores and on their own online sites. The Adidas store I visit does sometimes have "sample" items which can be products that were produced as trial lines and not actually made available via normal retail channels, but these are very clearly labelled as such. To suggest that Nike outlets sell products that are specifically of low quality compared to normal shops is just absolute nonsense.


You do you.
I got these for £18 at the weekend, they were on the men's wall with 50% off everything. Nike outlet at Sterling Mills.
smudge921 h, 7 m ago

I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality …I watched a show about outlets not selling products of the same quality and having stock made specifically for them and not sold anywhere else. may seem like a good deal but probably wont last as long.


I have watched a similar documentary in Canada & the State regarding outlet, I second that.
ricaird5 m ago

I got these for £18 at the weekend, they were on the men's wall with 50% …I got these for £18 at the weekend, they were on the men's wall with 50% off everything. Nike outlet at Sterling Mills.


That’s a bargain it was 50% off just football styles at ours
smudge921 h, 34 m ago

5 pairs? As in you got through 5 or you just have 5 pairs? Because that …5 pairs? As in you got through 5 or you just have 5 pairs? Because that proves my point inferior materials used so you have to buy more often..Are you really saving money? The shoes are made purely to be sold cheaply, corners cut and no real bargain.


No. Its because I have a family and have saved loads by getting them from the outlet.
All have lasted well beyond the expected life span. So have never cost me more in the long run.
yespleasesir06/01/2019 21:59

Look really nice. Great price. Almost worth going into Rotherham. Almost


Nothing is worth going into Rotherham for....
Jmc081243 m ago

Nothing is worth going into Rotherham for....


I go every week on eBay hunts, made a packet from all the pawn/charity shops. As for the Nike store it’s not Rotherham town, it’s in a retail park out of town. I’ve bought 9 pair of Nikedual fusion hills hiking boots at £13 each. They also have different Nike sb shoes at £12.
While you’re in Parkgate check out the millets outdoor store for cheap gore-tex Adidas terrex shoes under £20 if you can beat me to them.
Edited by: "migavupe" 7th Jan
Outlet in Perry Barr is doing 50% off size 12 and above.

Got a pair of air max for £22.50
Look like sports direct stock
Have bought 3 Jordans, 2 AF1s and 1 pair of huraches not to mention countless t-shirts and hoodies from this Rotherham store, it's a good quality one.
CaptainSpaulding11 h, 50 m ago

Tell that to Mike Ashley...


That's workers rights yes incapable of understanding, hell, it's probably just the concept of rights for others than himself.
Is it cause they lost 7-0 against Man City??
Bought them with 50% off absolutely no difference between them and the shops amazing deal
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