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Quechua Men's Country Walking Trousers for £2.49 + free C&C @ Decathlon
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Quechua Men's Country Walking Trousers for £2.49 + free C&C @ Decathlon

£2.49£8.9972%Decathlon Deals
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Posted 16th Jul

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Colour: HAZELNUT
Size: All sizes available when posted.

Delivery Options:
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  • Click & Collect at ASDA - £1.49
  • Royal mail - £3.99
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woldranger16/07/2019 19:26

What are they like for returns?


For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless
Edited by: "CloudHeaven" 16th Jul
CloudHeaven16/07/2019 19:35

For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the …For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless


I'm asking to see if there is any hassle with returns. I don't buy clothes if I can't try them on. I already donate a lot of clothes to the local charity shops, I don't know that they would thank me for these.
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Thanks, ordered a couple for collection.
Have some heat.
Cheers. Ordered 4.
What are they like for returns?

Such a hideous colour though!
Edited by: "woldranger" 16th Jul
woldranger16/07/2019 19:26

What are they like for returns?


For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless
Edited by: "CloudHeaven" 16th Jul
Hmmmm hazelnut. Full price for the reasonable colours.
CloudHeaven16/07/2019 19:35

For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the …For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless


I'm asking to see if there is any hassle with returns. I don't buy clothes if I can't try them on. I already donate a lot of clothes to the local charity shops, I don't know that they would thank me for these.
According to my mate who works at decathlon they take anything back, even bikes that have been trashed and just inside guarantee...it's one of his favourite rants.
£3.99 P&P for orders under £30 (or £1.49 for collection from Asdas that have collection points).
Recently bought walking trousers from decathlon sizes come up small needed to go up a size
fablanta16/07/2019 21:16

£3.99 P&P for orders under £30 (or £1.49 for collection from Asdas that ha …£3.99 P&P for orders under £30 (or £1.49 for collection from Asdas that have collection points).


Really? A mod needs to change the cost in the title then - £2.49 + 1.49
woldranger16/07/2019 21:58

Really? A mod needs to change the cost in the title then - £2.49 + 1.49


Added now in the description.
So they walk by themselves?
SCRAPPY.DOO16/07/2019 21:45

Recently bought walking trousers from decathlon sizes come up small needed …Recently bought walking trousers from decathlon sizes come up small needed to go up a size



agree so got two sizes
CloudHeaven16/07/2019 19:35

For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the …For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless


A house is even better!
woldranger16/07/2019 20:24

I'm asking to see if there is any hassle with returns. I don't buy clothes …I'm asking to see if there is any hassle with returns. I don't buy clothes if I can't try them on. I already donate a lot of clothes to the local charity shops, I don't know that they would thank me for these.


Honestly

I once gave a kidney away to someone who looked a little yellow.
CloudHeaven16/07/2019 19:35

For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the …For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless


What did the homeless ever do to you to deserve these monstrosities?
Liam_Od17/07/2019 08:39

Honestly I once gave a kidney away to someone who looked a …Honestly I once gave a kidney away to someone who looked a little yellow.


I clicked to open the "hidden content" message out of morbid curiosity, just to see a message from this troll! Won't be making that mistake again. So keep commenting, keyboard warrior, safe in the knowledge that your responses won't be viewed!

Troll troll troll troll....back under your bridge (or rock) you go.
woldranger17/07/2019 09:02

I clicked to open the "hidden content" message out of morbid curiosity, …I clicked to open the "hidden content" message out of morbid curiosity, just to see a message from this troll! Won't be making that mistake again. So keep commenting, keyboard warrior, safe in the knowledge that your responses won't be viewed! (y)Troll troll troll troll....back under your bridge (or rock) you go.


I don't troll troll troll.
I just thought it a little odd that someone so charitable would be worried that they may not be able to return a pair of £2.49 trousers.
And all charity shops take all clothes especially ones new with tags.
Customers are advised to watch this educational video on the dangers of purchasing walking trousers.
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Its all gone !!
Polyester
These walking trousers will go great with my sitting and standing trousers
thomasleep17/07/2019 09:55

These walking trousers will go great with my sitting and standing trousers …These walking trousers will go great with my sitting and standing trousers


And my lying down trousers (aka PJ bottoms).
tuckeral17/07/2019 10:08

And my lying down trousers (aka PJ bottoms).


You get shot on here for not being technically correct! (pedantic bunch)
Quite possibly the worst website out there. Especially for a big company.

I've always had problems using this website. It's slow as a week in jail and continually crashes.

There's no number to call only social media sites.
Great colour for being out and about in the wild. Hides no1/2 stains very well.
SCRAPPY.DOO16/07/2019 21:45

Recently bought walking trousers from decathlon sizes come up small needed …Recently bought walking trousers from decathlon sizes come up small needed to go up a size


I find that a lot with Decathlon stuff tbh, and I've bought plenty. It's good stuff, but the sizing can be a bit hit and miss imo.
CloudHeaven16/07/2019 19:35

For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the …For £2.49 consider giving them to a homeless charity rather than the hassle of returns? Outdoor clothing is excellent for the homeless


I’ve noticed a lot of the beggars in town wearing North Face, no wonder the prices have gone up for those who actually pay for their clothes
woldranger17/07/2019 09:02

I clicked to open the "hidden content" message out of morbid curiosity, …I clicked to open the "hidden content" message out of morbid curiosity, just to see a message from this troll! Won't be making that mistake again. So keep commenting, keyboard warrior, safe in the knowledge that your responses won't be viewed! (y)Troll troll troll troll....back under your bridge (or rock) you go.


Quite ironic to see you reply to this given your avatar...

Also the original message that lead to your reply seemed to be a reasonable point to make; you could be Bill Gates and give 99% of your billions away and the right advice would still be to give these to a charity if they don't fit. Your additional detail is irrelevant.
Not worth the mickey taking of wearing that horrendous colour, no wonder they're virtually free.
Id rather take my chances walking down the street without any trousers on
DrBunker17/07/2019 13:36

Quite ironic to see you reply to this given your avatar...Also the …Quite ironic to see you reply to this given your avatar...Also the original message that lead to your reply seemed to be a reasonable point to make; you could be Bill Gates and give 99% of your billions away and the right advice would still be to give these to a charity if they don't fit. Your additional detail is irrelevant.


It made me chuckle that that idiot was still trolling my comments, even though I've never seen any more of his comments.

Thanks for the condescending message though - always appreciated (another one to add to my ever expanding muted list).
woldranger17/07/2019 14:38

It made me chuckle that that idiot was still trolling my comments, even …It made me chuckle that that idiot was still trolling my comments, even though I've never seen any more of his comments.Thanks for the condescending message though - always appreciated (another one to add to my ever expanding muted list).


How did he see it then ?
Liam_Od17/07/2019 14:58

How did he see it then ?


I imagine bc he's blocked so many ppl for breaching his definition of trolling (i.e. any sort of mild criticism) that if he didn't open blocked posts he'd have nothing to read.
DrBunker17/07/2019 15:19

I imagine bc he's blocked so many ppl for breaching his definition of …I imagine bc he's blocked so many ppl for breaching his definition of trolling (i.e. any sort of mild criticism) that if he didn't open blocked posts he'd have nothing to read.


Oh well, as long as he's happy.
If I'm trolling I'm pretty poor at it.
Thanks ordered 2!
Are these Country Walking Trousers compatible with all countries? And more importantly, after Brexit will they still work within the EU?
Good for the daily dog walk heat
Waste of time not available in my size
Top feedback! That's like the people who answer questions on Amazon with comments like: "I don't know, I don't own one of these."
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