Reebok Men's Somerset Run Blue or Black @ Reebok £17.50 delivered
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Reebok Men's Somerset Run Blue or Black @ Reebok £17.50 delivered

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Found 10th Jul 2013
Reebok Somerset Run Trainers in either Blue or Black for just £17.50 delivered from reebok.co.uk.

Nice trainers at a nice price, delivered to your door.

Enjoy!

Link to black ones here:

reebok.co.uk/Men…RCH

N.B: Another 15% if you sign up to receive the receive the newsletter of Reebok before placing order.
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Another 10% cashback from Quidco.
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N.B: Another 15% if you sign up to receive the receive the newsletter of Reebok before placing order.
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"Valid for 14 days* on full priced items only"
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Only size 6 available.
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Any runners used these before? Great price if they're half decent!

Ordered thanks.

I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important to get the right supports around your specific ankle/foot so only buy from specialist running stores. Wouldn't look at under £100 for a decent pair.

Original Poster

I guess they are branded Reebok running shoes, so they should more than do the job for runners and gym enthusiasts...

Just bought 2 pairs for £41.50 (don't forget 10% Quidco). Casual runner so don't need a £100+ pair of running shoes (_;)

firstaspect

I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important … I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important to get the right supports around your specific ankle/foot so only buy from specialist running stores. Wouldn't look at under £100 for a decent pair.



Cheaper to get a taxi

ordered mens triplehall £19, had my size 12. thanks

Original Poster

For £19.00, loads of others available, links here:

hotukdeals.com/dea…832

Thanks, heat given,
u gotta be quick ordering from here,
i had items selected that were in stock, but they went out of stock before i got to checkout !!

When you run for life, does it matter? Or hesitate because you don't have a proper running shoes?

firstaspect

I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important … I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important to get the right supports around your specific ankle/foot so only buy from specialist running stores. Wouldn't look at under £100 for a decent pair.


This is exactly why so many people get injured running each year. There's long-term studies done over thousands of people and there's an inverse correlation between price and injuries! Support, neutral specifics etc also show no scientifically-significant benefit...you're better buying a cheap no-frills low-support pair than the latest Air Max etc. But, thanks for never paying less than £100, as you're directly substituting the more informed buying the cheaper, better shoes

firstaspect

I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important … I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important to get the right supports around your specific ankle/foot so only buy from specialist running stores. Wouldn't look at under £100 for a decent pair.

Back in 1994, a Tarahumara man ventured out of the canyons to compete … Back in 1994, a Tarahumara man ventured out of the canyons to compete against an elite field of runners at the Leadville Trail Ultramarathon, a 100-mile race through the Rocky Mountains. He wore homemade sandals. He was 55 years old. He won.So how do the Tarahumara protect their legs from all that pounding? Simple – they don't. They don't protect and, most critically, they don't pound. When the Tarahumara aren't barefoot, they wear nothing more cushioned than thin, hard sandals fashioned from discarded tire treads and leather thongs. In place of artificial shock absorption, they rely on an ancient running technique that creates a naturally gentle landing. Unlike the vast majority of modern runners, who come down heavily on their foam-covered heels and roll forward off their toes, the Tarahumara land lightly on their forefeet and bend their knees, as you would if you jumped from a chair.



Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For simplicity though;

telegraph.co.uk/sci…tml


jumpinoffthbed

Cheaper to get a taxi



Brilliant. X)

dancedar

This is exactly why so many people get injured running each year. There's … This is exactly why so many people get injured running each year. There's long-term studies done over thousands of people and there's an inverse correlation between price and injuries! Support, neutral specifics etc also show no scientifically-significant benefit...you're better buying a cheap no-frills low-support pair than the latest Air Max etc. But, thanks for never paying less than £100, as you're directly substituting the more informed buying the cheaper, better shoes



Yes totally agree .....

Joggers. Right up there with cyclists.

Thanks, I should stop coming here.:(

DEALS4EVA

Joggers. Right up there with cyclists.



As in, they annoy you because you can't be bothered getting your fat backside out of your car?

GreenCalx1971

As in, they annoy you because you can't be bothered getting your fat … As in, they annoy you because you can't be bothered getting your fat backside out of your car?



I'd still be running with you collapsed on the ground miles behind sunshine.

Nice find.
One of the things I've been looking for

DEALS4EVA

Joggers. Right up there with cyclists.



Then why come on a thread for running shoes? To see how the other half lives?

thekudos

Then why come on a thread for running shoes? To see how the other half … Then why come on a thread for running shoes? To see how the other half lives?



Look at their activity, chocolate, coffee, you can guess what they look like.

firstaspect

I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important … I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these. Important to get the right supports around your specific ankle/foot so only buy from specialist running stores. Wouldn't look at under £100 for a decent pair.



Rediculous comment, last season's £100 shoes are always on offer for at least 50% off just becuase they changed the colour or style slightly. I'm knocking around the track in some £40 asics from M&M at the moment and they are brilliant, great arch support and reasonably priced.

At £17.50 these will be a bargain! IF you need arch support you can always add an insert.
Edited by: "bargainbill" 10th Jul 2013

Thanks op

Wotwot123

Look at their activity, chocolate, coffee, you can guess what they look … Look at their activity, chocolate, coffee, you can guess what they look like.



To be fair, he also looked at a camping stool... useful for when he's sat on his backside cooking a fry up!

BIG FOOT 12s ideal, thanks OP

thekudos

Then why come on a thread for running shoes? To see how the other half … Then why come on a thread for running shoes? To see how the other half lives?



Oh watch out, its the thread police.

zerospin

Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For … Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For simplicity though;http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/6968891/Why-expensive-trainers-could-be-worse-than-useless.html


Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed journal?

zerospin

Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For … Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For simplicity though;http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/6968891/Why-expensive-trainers-could-be-worse-than-useless.html


Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed journal?
zerospin

Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For … Absolutely true - and widely reported in many peer reviewed journals. For simplicity though;http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/6968891/Why-expensive-trainers-could-be-worse-than-useless.html


Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed journal?

MaximusRo

Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed journal?Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed … Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed journal?Is The Telegraph a peer reviewed journal?



No...that's why I said 'for simplicity though' (_;)

Peer reviewed journals tend to require an Athens password --- pretty pointless linking to such a publication if no one can open it...

The Telegraph is a fairly respectable paper though...so it's a good starting point.

Did you even read the article?

zerospin

No...that's why I said 'for simplicity though' (_;)Peer reviewed journals … No...that's why I said 'for simplicity though' (_;)Peer reviewed journals tend to require an Athens password --- pretty pointless linking to such a publication if no one can open it...The Telegraph is a fairly respectable paper though...so it's a good starting point.Did you even read the article?


No, I read and hear opinions all the time. Prefer peer reviewed articles when I want to form an opinion based on some research

What's the best type of footwear for speed/power walking on a treadmill?

rimz790

What's the best type of footwear for speed/power walking on a treadmill?



Stilettos.

Running shoes make little difference for the casual / novice runner. Plenty of research out there. Pronation is natural, the sales people in some sports shops will have you believe it is the devil. They are hardly trained biomechanists and end up giving people knee problems by trying to block all pronation

One recent bit of research:

au.dk/en/

You don't need to spend much more than £40 for a few 1-5 miles at a time. Of course there are people claiming you need to spend £100 for footwear but that's the society we live in.
Barefooted runners seem to get the best deal, without the foot support their feet apparently gain strength and tolerance.

Hot to trot!

None left at £17.50?

firstaspect

I'm a runner and I wouldn't buy any standard shoes like these.



Glad to hear you are a runner. Hope you run very fast and stay far away from HUKD

MaximusRo

No, I read and hear opinions all the time. Prefer peer reviewed articles … No, I read and hear opinions all the time. Prefer peer reviewed articles when I want to form an opinion based on some research



Happy reading.

Gotta

You don't need to spend much more than £40 for a few 1-5 miles at a time. … You don't need to spend much more than £40 for a few 1-5 miles at a time. Of course there are people claiming you need to spend £100 for footwear but that's the society we live in.Barefooted runners seem to get the best deal, without the foot support their feet apparently gain strength and tolerance.


And then a few years down the line their knees are screwed.

Ordered thanks op
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