Reebok Trailgrip RS 5.0 GTX Mens Goretex Trainers £32.47 + £3.95 P&P @ Reebok
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Reebok Trailgrip RS 5.0 GTX Mens Goretex Trainers £32.47 + £3.95 P&P @ Reebok

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Found 5th JanEdited by:"Speculator"
Lots of Sizes in stock

£3.95 P&P or Spend £50 for free delivery

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Ok, to run it, would have liked the rubber sole to have softer rubber, so more grippy.
I have pair of these trainers. Paid about the same price. I only wore them once as they have a super slippery sole on wet pavement. I've not wore them since. There was a recent post on here and I stated that I thought they were dangerous and that I wouldn't recommend.

The op stated that they were for use on grass only. So for that purpose they may be fine and a good buy for gore Tex trainers.
I saw a review that said after running many miles in them, it soften the rubber and made them more grippy.
only size 11.5 left in stock now.
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stec7723 m ago

I have pair of these trainers. Paid about the same price. I only wore them …I have pair of these trainers. Paid about the same price. I only wore them once as they have a super slippery sole on wet pavement. I've not wore them since. There was a recent post on here and I stated that I thought they were dangerous and that I wouldn't recommend.The op stated that they were for use on grass only. So for that purpose they may be fine and a good buy for gore Tex trainers.


Also found this out the hard way with these...very nearly ended up on my backside...would have been funny as hell for anyone watching though lol
I got these, not to impressed paid a little less. Would have sent them back at full price. Did add heat
I wear them daily and never once have i nearly fell on my ass!! Goretex is amazing never get wet socks. Gutted not to get a back up second pair but lasting well so no rush
Mine arrived today absolute bargain in my opinion no problems with grip on wet pavements but wet cobbles etc are a different matter little to no grip but for walking the dog etc a bargain at the price i paid £32
Edited by: "brenglo" 5th Jan
Reebok Trailslip
Bought 3 pairs last month and paid £22 per pair.

Not worn them yet because still wearing my 5 year old pair of Asics Lahar.
Edited by: "Speculator" 5th Jan
are they true to size? or need half or full size up? thanks
Love these. Grabbed them about a year ago, when they were cheap.
Yes, the soles start off a bit slippery when wet, but once the soles have some decent wear on them, they're grippy enough.
Got them last year when on offer. Not a bad shoe. Good for running/walking on soft surfaces. But as others have said very slippery on smooth hard surfaces.
Membrane works pretty well for short runs through wet grass. But for any serious off road running membrane is a silly idea because it will stop water getting out of the shoe. And yes your feet will bake in them in warmer weather
I have a pair of these. Very slippery as stated...ended up on my back as a result. Also the laces undo of their own accord...guess they are slippery as well. Other than that they are comfy and keep you feet dry.
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