Nike Free 4.0 FlyKnit Mens Running £65.99 @ Nike Store
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Nike Free 4.0 FlyKnit Mens Running £65.99 @ Nike Store

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Found 14th Mar 2016
Normally £110, currently on sale. Available in different colours. Also free delivery.

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Good for those with short feet...! Size 9.5 max
Goes up to 11.5 if you change colour
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Any further discount codes? Not a blazing deal as is imo as the Nike Factory Outlets have these cheaper when they have a sale on!
Thanks Mushy, ordered some blue ones.

Quidco tracked immediately at £2.64
very cool looking
Oh the joys of being a size 13...
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mattoligy

Any further discount codes? Not a blazing deal as is imo as the Nike … Any further discount codes? Not a blazing deal as is imo as the Nike Factory Outlets have these cheaper when they have a sale on!


40% off one of the most popular trainers of the present time, which have never been in an outlet.

Look at deal for what it is. Not how it compares to something completely different.
JusticeForThe96

40% off one of the most popular trainers of the present time, which have … 40% off one of the most popular trainers of the present time, which have never been in an outlet.Look at deal for what it is. Not how it compares to something completely different.



The Nike Free 4.0s are routinely in the Outlets.

I picked up two pairs for £36 each not that long ago.
Are they narrow, I had to return a pair of 5.0s because they were made for pencil feet.
A recently broadcast TV consumer program had a Testing laboratory carry out a number of comparative tests on Branded Running shoes against those purchased from Aldi (£20) one of the branded pairs cost nearly £100.
The tests proved that there was no benefit in paying more than the Aldi ones cost.
Edited by: "SCOUSEKEVIN" 14th Mar 2016
V good deal. Hot!!
Great deal, heated!
SCOUSEKEVIN

A recently broadcast TV consumer program had a Testing laboratory carry … A recently broadcast TV consumer program had a Testing laboratory carry out a number of comparative tests on Branded Running shoes against those purchased from Aldi (£20) one of the branded pairs cost nearly £100. The tests proved that there was no benefit in paying more than the Aldi ones cost.



Lol

Honestly, try running 10k in a pair of Aldi trainers and then the branded pair, then say that again.

That's if the Aldi shoes last the distance...

Edited by: "doboworth" 14th Mar 2016
doboworth

LolHonestly, try running 10k in a pair of Aldi trainers and then the … LolHonestly, try running 10k in a pair of Aldi trainers and then the branded pair, then say that again.That's if the Aldi shoes last the distance...



And also take into account people that need differing levels of support in their trainers/shoes...The experienced 'Brands' win hands down
Wife has the lady's model - can recommend, great pair for spring/summer, and way more durable than many think.
SCOUSEKEVIN

A recently broadcast TV consumer program had a Testing laboratory carry … A recently broadcast TV consumer program had a Testing laboratory carry out a number of comparative tests on Branded Running shoes against those purchased from Aldi (£20) one of the branded pairs cost nearly £100. The tests proved that there was no benefit in paying more than the Aldi ones cost.




No chance.

Good luck running any distance in a pair of Aldi trainers; They would destroy your feet.
teh arn

The Nike Free 4.0s are routinely in the Outlets.I picked up two pairs for … The Nike Free 4.0s are routinely in the Outlets.I picked up two pairs for £36 each not that long ago.


Which outlet and what size were they?
I always struggle to find 11.5 in shops/outlets.
Bigfootpete

Good for those with short feet...! Size 9.5 max


That's a shame bigfootpete
Brilliant find, been after these for a while now. Even in America I couldn't find these for a better price! HEAT.
Bigfootpete

Good for those with short feet...! Size 9.5 max


sorry to hear that, in the mean time you should get these
http://www.ee0r.com/proj/images/geta000.jpg
one size, fits all
Great price. Would buy if I didn't already have the standard free run's
Would recommend half a size up in these if you want to actually run in them/ sports activities for that snug fit. Should go a full size up if you want to wear them casually.
shutupman

Which outlet and what size were they?I always struggle to find 11.5 in … Which outlet and what size were they?I always struggle to find 11.5 in shops/outlets.




Enfield is pretty good. The Nike outlet in Hatfield is terrible though.

Got a few pairs of size 9-9.5, always have loads of sizes in.
Sentral

Great price. Would buy if I didn't already have the standard free run's



These are a lot better; the most comfortable trainers I've ever worn.
Shouldn't these be FREE? oO
doboworth

LolHonestly, try running 10k in a pair of Aldi trainers and then the … LolHonestly, try running 10k in a pair of Aldi trainers and then the branded pair, then say that again.That's if the Aldi shoes last the distance...


They were also tested by runners no noticeable difference.
teh arn

No chance.Good luck running any distance in a pair of Aldi trainers; They … No chance.Good luck running any distance in a pair of Aldi trainers; They would destroy your feet.


Also tested by runners No noticeable difference
SCOUSEKEVIN

Also tested by runners No noticeable difference



Got a link to that?
I highly doubt it to be honest.

I've seen loads of these tests and they always end with the runner taking them off because they're causing too much damage and are too poorly made.
whats the difference apart from looks between flyknit 3.0 and flyknit 4.0
is one newer or are they built for different types of sports etc
i cant seem to get the 40% code to work too
BoGoF

i cant seem to get the 40% code to work too



40% is for selected women's running shoes only
My 5.0's are one of the most comfortable pairs of shoes I've ever worn.
SCOUSEKEVIN

Also tested by runners No noticeable difference



Since there can be a noticeable difference between different footwear from the same manufacturer I don't believe those findings.

And as someone that shops in Aldi and has had their sports footwear in my hand I can say their stock changes so even if the findings were correct how would anyone know they were purchasing the right model? And I would actually say that all the ones I've seen were at best equal quality to a level of branded shoe that could be picked up from a factory outlet or TK maxx clearance section for less money,

From my own experience, a general rule would be that Aldi and Lidl non food goods are around the same quality as budget items from superstore type stores (e.g.Tesco, Asda, B&Q) but a slightly better 'bargain'. Their stuff still does have a habit of not having a long life though: I've found this out the hard way through purchases. In particular I bought one of my sons a pair of school shoes that lasted less than a week once he started wearing them.
teh arn

The Nike Free 4.0s are routinely in the Outlets.I picked up two pairs for … The Nike Free 4.0s are routinely in the Outlets.I picked up two pairs for £36 each not that long ago.


Same, I got mine for £34 in the Freeport outlet a few weeks ago
I find these are too wide for my feet not good for those with skinny long feet lol
Order placed. I hate you!
Just called my local Nike clearance store

They didn't have any in but said they do get them in. They're normally £45 he said. Gonna call up regularly and see if they have any in stock before I decide to keep the ones I've just ordered.
yus786

Just called my local Nike clearance storeThey didn't have any in but said … Just called my local Nike clearance storeThey didn't have any in but said they do get them in. They're normally £45 he said. Gonna call up regularly and see if they have any in stock before I decide to keep the ones I've just ordered.



where is your local?
yus786

Order placed. I hate you!


lol happy running
yus786

Just called my local Nike clearance storeThey didn't have any in but said … Just called my local Nike clearance storeThey didn't have any in but said they do get them in. They're normally £45 he said. Gonna call up regularly and see if they have any in stock before I decide to keep the ones I've just ordered.


yes that sound about right, ive seen them for a few different prices... when stuff goes on the back wall they have extra promotions on like extra 30% off back wall or extra 50%.... I got mine off back wall with extra 30% to make them £34

Edited by: "nicci079" 15th Mar 2016
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