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Nike Revolution 4 Men's Running Shoe £14.99 + £4.99 delivery @ Sports direct
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Nike Revolution 4 Men's Running Shoe £14.99 + £4.99 delivery @ Sports direct

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Posted 4th Apr

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Great pair of they've got your size, I know there not a lot of sizes but if there your size you should take advantage of it
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Only size 6 at this price.

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Not supporting anything Mr Cashley has his fingers in.
Avoid sports direct at all costs.
Shame they are from that money grabbing slimeball
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Good deal, size 6 only that price
Great for everyday wear.
not sure they are great for running personally though.

but at this price a fantastic buy
Needs editing SIZE 6 only at this price
Not supporting anything Mr Cashley has his fingers in.
Bedrocks04/04/2020 08:35

Great for everyday wear.not sure they are great for running personally …Great for everyday wear.not sure they are great for running personally though.but at this price a fantastic buy


I have exactly this pair and they are comfy as hell and being knit-top, they don’t squash your feet like most do at the end. Why do they design shoes like that!?
I run daily and agree with your comment about suitability. How can a knit-top stop your foot from moving around as you are running? You want it secured firmly, but comfortably.
Pity there aren’t any in my size at this price in a different colour, otherwise I would have jumped. If you wait long enough, there is usually a deal around the £25 mark that will come up. Normal price is pushing £40, but I won’t pay those kind of prices As I refuse to live the salesman’s dream!
barrycatto04/04/2020 08:34

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Some people want to work and dont want to take 80% pay!! or lose worse still, their jobs so please keep personal opinion to yourself.

no idea if the rest is true but some people want the opportunity to keep a normal routine, pay their Bill's and support their families. even working overtime to support love ones who are not so lucky.

dont believe everything you read in the papers and online and good luck to anyone that manages to keep some normality for themselves and others through this.
Bedrocks04/04/2020 08:44

Some people want to work and dont want to take 80% pay!! or lose worse …Some people want to work and dont want to take 80% pay!! or lose worse still, their jobs so please keep personal opinion to yourself.no idea if the rest is true but some people want the opportunity to keep a normal routine, pay their Bill's and support their families. even working overtime to support love ones who are not so lucky.dont believe everything you read in the papers and online and good luck to anyone that manages to keep some normality for themselves and others through this.


Too many people are being brainwashed by the media it's a shame. Fox and Sheep scenario.
Bedrocks04/04/2020 08:44

Some people want to work and dont want to take 80% pay!! or lose worse …Some people want to work and dont want to take 80% pay!! or lose worse still, their jobs so please keep personal opinion to yourself.no idea if the rest is true but some people want the opportunity to keep a normal routine, pay their Bill's and support their families. even working overtime to support love ones who are not so lucky.dont believe everything you read in the papers and online and good luck to anyone that manages to keep some normality for themselves and others through this.


I will not keep my opinions to myself because it’s a platform for me to say my views on a public discussion.
We all want life back to normal. But forcing staff to work when they are not essential workers is putting themselves and their families at risk. So they may need the extra overtime. But I’m sure they need the nhs much more. So why risk the lives of their loved ones by going to work. Travelling to work. Dealing with the public. Mixing with other staff. We have all been told to stay at home by the experts. So do yourselves and the nation a favour. Listen to them. And if possible boycott a company who is trying to cash in on this epidemic that has ground this country to its knees.
Avoiding sports direct at all costs.

These businesses are doing everything to keep going and keep their staff safe (I know this) whilst providing work, some normality and a service to others.

thanks Bill517, stay safe all x
Already have these trainers, no good for running though
Avoid sports direct at all costs.
BILL51704/04/2020 09:04

State your reasons ?


I can’t because I just did and the comment was deleted my admin.
Shame they are from that money grabbing slimeball
barrycatto04/04/2020 09:05

I can’t because I just did and the comment was deleted my admin.


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Mike Ashley is just the poster boy for everything that is bad about the capitalist system. I doubt there are very many businesses, if any, that are paragons of virtue!
Morrow0004/04/2020 09:22

Get your 5G tin foil hat out mate.


Wrong 🐑. No 5G here 🙃
Get your brainwashed head out of mainstream media's ass.
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There are a good few reasons not to support Sports Direct. All of them being Mike Ashley
Hot for the deal, price and effort, cold for Sports Direct, the owner and the way business is done there.
smallsteve04/04/2020 08:43

I have exactly this pair and they are comfy as hell and being knit-top, …I have exactly this pair and they are comfy as hell and being knit-top, they don’t squash your feet like most do at the end. Why do they design shoes like that!?I run daily and agree with your comment about suitability. How can a knit-top stop your foot from moving around as you are running? You want it secured firmly, but comfortably.Pity there aren’t any in my size at this price in a different colour, otherwise I would have jumped. If you wait long enough, there is usually a deal around the £25 mark that will come up. Normal price is pushing £40, but I won’t pay those kind of prices As I refuse to live the salesman’s dream!


I run in Nike Flyknit Lunar 3 running shoes. Have done for a few years now and it's never been an issue.

The best I can describe it is that the knit is not particularly stretchy on their proper running shoes so your feet don't move about. They also use a second, stronger type of thread called Flywire to hold your foot in place alongside the Flyknit material.
barrycatto04/04/2020 08:49

I will not keep my opinions to myself because it’s a platform for me to s …I will not keep my opinions to myself because it’s a platform for me to say my views on a public discussion. We all want life back to normal. But forcing staff to work when they are not essential workers is putting themselves and their families at risk. So they may need the extra overtime. But I’m sure they need the nhs much more. So why risk the lives of their loved ones by going to work. Travelling to work. Dealing with the public. Mixing with other staff. We have all been told to stay at home by the experts. So do yourselves and the nation a favour. Listen to them. And if possible boycott a company who is trying to cash in on this epidemic that has ground this country to its knees.


you are entitled to your wrong opinion

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