Womens Reebok Goretex TRAILGRIP RS 5.0 GTX - Trail running shoes   £34.90 at Zalando
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Womens Reebok Goretex TRAILGRIP RS 5.0 GTX - Trail running shoes £34.90 at Zalando

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Found 10th Dec 2017Edited by:"Speculator"
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I think I've got the male version. I've only wore them once as the sole is so slippery that there dangerous. You may find them different but I personally would not recommend.
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stec772 m ago

I think I've got the male version. I've only wore them once as the sole is …I think I've got the male version. I've only wore them once as the sole is so slippery that there dangerous. You may find them different but I personally would not recommend.


They are for my daughter for cross country (running on mud/grass) so they should be fine.
Speculator34 m ago

They are for my daughter for cross country (running on mud/grass) so they …They are for my daughter for cross country (running on mud/grass) so they should be fine.


Ok. For that purpose they are probably fine and a good buy. I thought that they were a bargain for a reasonable brand gore Tex trainer at £35 ish. The first time I wore them I nearly had a fall on the tarmac/pavement and have nether worn them since. They were later reduced to under£30 so may have been aware of there poor grip.
Same here with poor grip on pavement etc. They're alright on muddy trails though. Not bad for the £
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stec777 m ago

Ok. For that purpose they are probably fine and a good buy. I thought that …Ok. For that purpose they are probably fine and a good buy. I thought that they were a bargain for a reasonable brand gore Tex trainer at £35 ish. The first time I wore them I nearly had a fall on the tarmac/pavement and have nether worn them since. They were later reduced to under£30 so may have been aware of there poor grip.


Went down to £22 in July (I was in a Hong Kong McDonalds at the time and used their free Wifi to buy a few pairs) and also £22 around Black Friday (27th November). Mine should be delivered tomorrow direct from Reebok via Parcelforce.
Edited by: "Speculator" 11th Dec 2017
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chrisdarl4 m ago

Same here with poor grip on pavement etc. They're alright on muddy trails …Same here with poor grip on pavement etc. They're alright on muddy trails though. Not bad for the £


wet pavement?
Speculator15 m ago

Went down to £22 in July (I was in a Hong Kong McDonalds at the time and …Went down to £22 in July (I was in a Hong Kong McDonalds at the time and used their free Wifi to buy a few pairs) and also £22 around Black Friday (27th November). Mine should be delivered tomorrow direct from Reebok via Parcelforce.


Down to £22! That peeves me off even further then! I thought they were a good buy at £35 so at£22 nearly 40% less. I try to pride myself on getting good deals!
Edited by: "stec77" 11th Dec 2017
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stec778 m ago

Down to £22! That peeves me off even further then! I thought they were a …Down to £22! That peeves me off even further then! I thought they were a good buy at £35 so at£22 nearly 40% less. I try to pride myself on getting good deals!


Sorry was actually £25.98 in July and £22.73 two weeks ago if that makes you feel any better.

July deal

November deal
Speculator20 m ago

wet pavement?


Wet / mossy etc
I also have the mens version, the sole when wet is very slippery, I nearly had a accident while driving as my foot slipped off the brake pedal.

I have a similar Goretex pair from Reebok which are a few years old and they are fine, so it seems it is only the latest trainers that are affected.
Yes, I bought them in July and I can confirm that the sole can be slippy. But I still wear them with care.
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