Nike Men's Revolution 4 EU Running Shoes (various colours) - now £25 @ Amazon
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Nike Men's Revolution 4 EU Running Shoes (various colours) - now £25 @ Amazon

£25£3529%Amazon Deals
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Posted 11th Oct
  • Outer Material: Fabric
  • Inner Material: Manmade
  • Sole: Gum Rubber
  • Closure: Lace-Up
  • Shoe Width: Medium
  • Size 6 to 12 available at the time of posting.
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These are super cheap to make, flimsy, will look rubbish after days, as basic as you can get, poor "running" support (which no one will go running in them except to the pub) & everything printed on which won't last long. Being completely ripped off just because they say Nike, even at this price. You'd be a fool to buy.

Bought, thanks.
apur3211/10/2019 00:33

Good price @vassy2i Ordered without needing one


Why? Do you only have one foot?

If you only need one, what do you do with the other?
Good price, I've got a few pairs of these in different colours. I find them a good (wide) fit., and very comfy.

Heat from me.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 11th Oct
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Good price @vassy2i
Ordered without needing one
Edited by: "apur32" 11th Oct
Merrell or a Nike? Hard to tell the difference
Nice, thanks. Also in black and white options.
Edited by: "adamguest1985" 11th Oct
Tempting - those 2is are better than 1, thanks @vassy2i
black is £25
thanks OP. great price for nike trainers
Finally something I want that the amazon £5 music promo voucher can be used on.

Black
£20
nice
thanks OP
apur3211/10/2019 00:33

Good price @vassy2i Ordered without needing one


Why? Do you only have one foot?

If you only need one, what do you do with the other?
Good price, I've got a few pairs of these in different colours. I find them a good (wide) fit., and very comfy.

Heat from me.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 11th Oct
peter1969uk11/10/2019 06:56

Why? Do you only have one foot?If you only need one, what do you do with …Why? Do you only have one foot?If you only need one, what do you do with the other?


It was a pair and buy another pair this morning
Thankyou ordered
Sports direct crep
These are super cheap to make, flimsy, will look rubbish after days, as basic as you can get, poor "running" support (which no one will go running in them except to the pub) & everything printed on which won't last long. Being completely ripped off just because they say Nike, even at this price. You'd be a fool to buy.

Bought, thanks.
Got a pair of black size 11's, cheers! 🔥
ordered a pair of black size 5.5 thank op now sorted for work
wiggywig11/10/2019 00:59

The white and green are £30. seems a good …The white and green are £30. seems a good pricehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Nike-Mens-Revolution-Running-Shoes/dp/B07RL88HY8[Image]


They're 25 on very 😃
Thanks bought a pair as high end slippers for the winter
davej171011/10/2019 07:42

These are super cheap to make, flimsy, will look rubbish after days, as …These are super cheap to make, flimsy, will look rubbish after days, as basic as you can get, poor "running" support (which no one will go running in them except to the pub) & everything printed on which won't last long. Being completely ripped off just because they say Nike, even at this price. You'd be a fool to buy. Bought, thanks.


Had a pair for over a year, wearing quite well, and the material is holding up. Definitely not for running or football, but comfy for hanging around in or walking around the shops.

Hope you enjoy them, highly recommend for this price.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 11th Oct
Had a pair of these, not comfortable to run in and fell apart very quickly
I bought the all-black version of these a few months ago and have done dozens of 2hr walks in them on gravel paths and a small amount of jogging. They are holding up well and are comfortable. Well worth the money.
Edited by: "nirvanaman" 11th Oct
I find it amazing that in 2019 they still only employ Men to make the inner material.
I stocked up on these last year when they were £18 each. Good if you want a shiny new pair of trainers every four months as that's about the lifespan of them. They are a thin upper material and my toe has worn through making a hole on the top long before the soles wore out. I don't wear them all the time but have now started my 3rd pair in a year. However, even at £25 I suppose they're not badly priced as these are over £40 in Deichmans
davej171011/10/2019 07:42

These are super cheap to make, flimsy, will look rubbish after days, as …These are super cheap to make, flimsy, will look rubbish after days, as basic as you can get, poor "running" support (which no one will go running in them except to the pub) & everything printed on which won't last long. Being completely ripped off just because they say Nike, even at this price. You'd be a fool to buy. Bought, thanks.


I do about 50km a week and have two pairs of these and they're holding up well. I was wary at first but they're very comfortable and light. I do a mix of grass, trail and treadmill running. They'll soon get knackered on a trail but for this price they're a no brainer for about 4 - 5 months
Edited by: "Seamus321" 11th Oct
Do you get a syringe full of L-carnitine and some testosterone to go with them so you can emulate the elites from the Salazar camp?
Ordered. Thanks o.p.!
Thank you for posting @vassy2i we have added this to the Highlights section
Within two months, my toe managed to wear a hole through the top of the thin mesh. Good for playing whack-a-toe with the cat. Not so good its intended purpose.
are the sizes on the big or small side (e.g. a size 9 is more like a 10 or 8 - or about right?
Ordered
Thanks OP
You rock!
Just what I needed, thanks.
Nice and cheap, but fugly as Ducks.
Look Awful. Great for grandads
Edited by: "trex" 11th Oct
These seem cheap if you're bothered about brand names, but think I'll pass. From what others have said, and my experience of a lot of new trainers these days, they seem to essentially be disposable. Bad for the poor sods that make them on the cheap, bad for the planet, and bad for your wallet in the long run (and you certainly won't want to go for any long runs in them!)
Poorest quality nikes you can get, don’t fall for the logo
MatthewLeach12/10/2019 13:16

Poorest quality nikes you can get, don’t fall for the logo


I've avoided purchasing any Nikes with a printed Swoosh. Unfortunately, it seems indicative of poor quality.
Decent pair to wear to the pub, cheers.
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