Salomon Puntera trainers £25
Salomon Puntera trainers £25

Salomon Puntera trainers £25

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Redisgned for 2007. Salomon X-mountain basics at a fantiastic price. Comfotable enough for around town as well as low level hiking.

- Upper Split suede leather
- Outsole Contragrip
- Lining Textile- Footbed Removable
- Midsole Moulded EVA Foam
- Recommended use Approach
- Boot Rating B:0

Link on the right doesn't work a sI looked up Cotswold furniture?!

Click here instead. cotswoldoutdoor.com/web…ain
- buelligan


Since when as furniture been trainers.......LOL

LOL now thats what I call trainers

:?: :?: :?:

not your best post?.....


Original Poster


Since when as furniture been trainers.......LOL

What you on about?Where's the mention of furniture?

Click the link you provided in the OP, mate. You've got the wrong Cotswold company.

TAXI for Buelligan

Original Poster

Bloody lookup lol :whistling:

Saw Cotswold and assumed it was the one I was after. Doh. Serves me right for posting after 3 ciders.

Here's the correct link. ]http//ww…ain

0.6. Someone likes me!! ;-)

3 ciders??? i had some today and got a bit sozzled, surprised you made it to the keyboard. they're 5.7%!!! you don't realise until you've had a couple pints how strong they are. it's 3.4 now, but they aren't that great, if you're doing light hiking better off just using comfy trainers, these won't do much more in the way of water and support anyway.

Original Poster

Beg to differ. Live on the edge of the New Forest and regularly go tramping around Scotland or the Lakes. Trainers should stay in town as they will get you in trouble on rocks, mud, quick sand (I kid you not). Have been using Salomons for 15ish year sand they are well made, comfortable and have good grip. At £25 you can use pose around town or venture in the the suburbs If you dare.

5.7 is for pussies btw. Try the 8%+ stuff.:whistling:
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