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Paul Smith Inari Mens Trainers £20 @ schuh (were £80)
Paul Smith Inari Mens Trainers £20 @ schuh (were £80)

Paul Smith Inari Mens Trainers £20 @ schuh (were £80)

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sizes 7, 8, 9, 10

A breath of fresh air from Paul Smith this Autumn. The Inari is a handsome vulcanised trainer with oodles of old school charm. Plaid fabric upper with nice detailing throughout such as coloured eyelets and Paul Smith printed crest on the tongue

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Good price but tbh they are pretty fugly shoes imo

yeah - love paul smith stuff and i'm a label junky, but just woudn't be able to wear them.
HOT for the price

Size 10 all gone

last seen in Zoolander.......hideous....and for that reason.. cold

Size 10 in-stock, just my thing. ;-)

Nice!

No size 11 either.

Tell me, can one safely use the phrase "a breath of fresh air" in the same sentence as"vulcanised rubber trainers" and "old school"?

I remember, in my old school, kids would wear vulcanised rubber plimsolls (particularly in summer) and "a breath of fresh air" is the one phrase I would never use to describe the smell! :giggle:

That seems to apply to most trainers too (though we didn't have trainers in my school days).

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I like Paul Smith, and have a load of PS clothes.
But there is no way on earth i would wear them!!

cheap for a reason - UGLY! :whistling:

I used to get beaten up at school for wearing these kind of trainers , now they re regarded as retro/old skool and cool to wear hence why they cost in excess if £30


Not for me but im guessing £20 is pretty good if you want to look "old skool"

Only 7 & 8 left...... Good Deal Tho...

what is it today with the ugly shoes..

first the Paul Smith ones, and now these Asics tigers .....

These were called 'daps' in my day.

A breath of fresh air? For whom? David Blunkett?

These are ugly, out of date, disgusting trash and for them to have the audacity to charge the original price of £80 for them is testament to what some idiots will spend money on these days.

Even at £20 they are a con.

lol i'm sure the build quality is good but they look revolting.

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Tell me, can one safely use the phrase "a breath of fresh air" in the … Tell me, can one safely use the phrase "a breath of fresh air" in the same sentence as"vulcanised rubber trainers" and "old school"?


lol!

I would rather walk round bare foot

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Twenty quid still too much for plimsolls. Might have used them for digging the garden if they were free
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