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Trail/running/cycling shoes £17.50 instore @ Lidl
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Trail/running/cycling shoes £17.50 instore @ Lidl

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Posted 2nd JanEdited by:"pibpob"

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Lidl always used to do great value cycling shoes; now they're "trail shoes" (on the website) or "running shoes" (on the article itself). Waterproof, and practical because for once they're not white, although there is a whiter variety too at lidl.co.uk/en/…627. In store now.
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I saw these today and they looked ok as a leisure shoe,well the womens ones looked better than the blokes,that was after having visited JD sports the same morning and realising how cheaply made well known branded trainers are by the big companies these days,they look and feel so cheap compared to years ago when I used to buy trainers on a regular basis,I was a teenager in the 80's though and they were very well made then,I think that was the heyday
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 2nd Jan
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Great for those looking to try parkrun.
Not Criticising your post but seriously when your running only ever wear something on your feet that fits you as you could end up with all kinds of injuries, get your feet checked at a proper sports shop.
Good spot all the same.
Edited by: "mpea999" 2nd Jan
mpea99902/01/2020 20:10

Not Criticising your post but seriously when your running only ever wear …Not Criticising your post but seriously when your running only ever wear something on your feet that fits you as you could end up with all kinds of injuries, get your hair checked at a proper sports shop.Good spot all the same.


Totally agree. Not wanting to rain on the OPs parade, but if you’re planning on getting into running, head down to your local independent, get your gain analysed and fork out for the right shoes. I would never have picked a pair of Brooks otherwise and they have been fantastic. Worth every penny.
I saw these today and they looked ok as a leisure shoe,well the womens ones looked better than the blokes,that was after having visited JD sports the same morning and realising how cheaply made well known branded trainers are by the big companies these days,they look and feel so cheap compared to years ago when I used to buy trainers on a regular basis,I was a teenager in the 80's though and they were very well made then,I think that was the heyday
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 2nd Jan
mpea99902/01/2020 20:10

Not Criticising your post but seriously when your running only ever wear …Not Criticising your post but seriously when your running only ever wear something on your feet that fits you as you could end up with all kinds of injuries, get your feet checked at a proper sports shop.Good spot all the same.


Not criticising your grammar, but it's "you're running".
Running to the toilet maybe...
I would echo the caution of my fellow contributors especially as I tried ones from Lidl in the past and they were good for walking around the gym to do weights but little else.

I would be interested and more optimistic, however, about the trail shoes. If they're cheap, fit and work for a few runs they might be worth a try in the winter months (but not for any serious distance or repetition)
Agree with the comments here. This look good for cycling/general walking/exercise, but it's really worth getting something to match you foot/gait for running - shin splints aren't fun!
Well I'm very happy with them as a replacement for what they used to call cycling shoes. These ones don't seem to have been treated with such caution!
Edited by: "pibpob" 3rd Jan
I looked at these and the Aldi gym/fitness variant yesterday. Both had super hard inflexible soles. I wouldn't want to walk in them let alone run.
The price shown via OP’s link is £17.99 not £17.50. Cheaper in store?
Valiantcat04/01/2020 15:41

The price shown via OP’s link is £17.99 not £17.50. Cheaper in store?



Apologies - I diddled you out of 49p.
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