Yeah its good to have a rotation of shoes. I've got already got a pair of Asics DS 25's, a pair of Ultraboost 18's which have only been opened and a pair of Asics Gel Sonoma GTX for when the weather is particularly wet or i want to get onto trails. I am hopeful that the Novablast's turn out alright, I've read positive reviews on the feel of the shoe so I just need to keep my fingers crossed that I've got the sizing correct.
You don't appreciate good shoes till your buy a crap pair and they ruin your feet ha ha Hope you have more luck with the Nova blast than me they felt great walking about but once into a run they changed for me, maybe I needed to go a size down or half. You can't have enough they will all be used Short run pair, long run pair, wet weather pair then racing if we get back racing Under Armour be ones to try alright or sketchers I've seen with decent reviews
That's just typical, I just picked up the Asics Novablast for £55 a couple of days ago after failing to find any deals on Hokas. I can't justify another pair of trainers. Can I? (lol)
I've got these. Bought a 7.5 and I'm normally an 8, fit is good, finding them ok but I'm not blown away by them as I was expecting to be.
I’ve had the v8 and v9 1080s and both wear great. The soles lasted a good while. The v10s look really nice too. I think new balance release them every January so might be worth holding out to the new year for a price drop or the newest version. Also yes - I have been using 3 pairs of trainers this year to prevent them running out: UA infinite Hoka Clifton Adidas ultraboost 19 My favourite surprisingly was the UA
Posted 19th Jan 2016Posted 19th Jan 2016
Hilly Mono Skin Socklet £1 @ achillesheel£1
£1 per pair usually retail between £6-£8. I'm not a great runner but they seem good socks stopped me getting blisters which I used to suffer from with normal socks. Click and colle… Read more
Voted hot. , been using one for over a year now. The watch its self Is sound can be paired with some polar heart rate monitors Let's you add friends via the nike + site and track each others progress Website can be bit slow and buggy But good first watch
Voted hot, but annoyed as paid £119 just last week from TomTom!
I bought mine today. I've read some reviews and they tend to be ultra positive. Most of the negative issues I have read about are sorted out by Nike after 2 weeks, which in this day and age is pretty good customer service. Firmware updates have also been forthcoming. If you goto the negative reviews on Amazon, Tomtom have actually commented on them and suggested fixes etc... which is a really nice touch rather than ignoring them. One thing I don't like about Nike is the passive steer towards Apple. As long as it's passive I'm still happy.
Voted hot price, I really wanted one of these but my friends have had endless issues with these watches and they told me its reported all over the forums, not sure if these problems have been resolved though
Posted 5th Sep 2012Posted 5th Sep 2012
FitFlop Sandals @ AchillesHeel £25£25
Brought wife #1 some sandals. These cost £50 at tReds; there are also other styles from £22.50. But be aware that there are limited sizes, ranging from 3 to 9.
Check the colour and model - that's the shield and in orange - not comparing like for like. The shield is for winter with a waterproof membrane sacrificing weight and ventilation. Nike prices change on colour as the colour changes each season. Even in different colour on same site it's 81 quid: http://www.achillesheel.co.uk/road/m/nike/zoom+structure+triax%2b+15/m-traix15-472505-002
60 quid? Cold. Cheaper on amazon for a start. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nike-Structure-Triax-Shield-Running/dp/B00595WQJ4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1334486193&sr=8-1
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Posted 18th Mar 2012Posted 18th Mar 2012
Asics baseball cap £1 delivered @ achillesheel.co.uk£1
Asics running cap, for just £1. Not much more to say really! One Size ■ UV-protection ■ Moisture management ■ Lightweight ■ Reflective ■ Adjustable
Agreed, thanks for taking the time to explain on here.
achillesheel - Mar 19, 2012 16:21 Hi Guys, Sorry for any disappointment caused to anyone who placed an order for this cap on Sunday. We would love to fulfil all orders but due to such a huge demand created by this £1 price tag and limited stock quantities we were unable to do so. Our last few sold on Saturday evening followed by a crazy wave of customers from HotUKDeals on Sunday afternoon. As we are a small, family run business our web office is unmanned on Sundays which is why the listing was not updated to "sold out" till this morning. Many thanks and sorry for any hassle caused by this. thank you i for one accept your statement thanks for explaining
Ordered cancelled...appears to be HotUKdeals fault...Oh well
uhm are you one of those companies that says 300 in stock but only actually have 100? Does not matter if you are a small or big company, don't P*SS potential future customers off. I run a "web office" but my stock levels are up to date and my "web office" don't need to be manned to put a product out of stock when it sells out. Hell it even emails me to let me know when I run low on a certain product.
Hi Guys, Sorry for any disappointment caused to anyone who placed an order for this cap on Sunday. We would love to fulfil all orders but due to such a huge demand created by this £1 price tag and limited stock quantities we were unable to do so. Our last few sold on Saturday evening followed by a crazy wave of customers from HotUKDeals on Sunday afternoon. As we are a small, family run business our web office is unmanned on Sundays which is why the listing was not updated to "sold out" till this morning. Many thanks and sorry for any hassle caused by this.
Posted 4th Jan 2012Posted 4th Jan 2012
Mens Ronhill Vizion Rip Zip Jacket £36.25 delivered @ achillesheel.co.uk£36.25
Ron hill running jacket to Gilet by ripping off the sleeves. • QuickBurst Rip-Zips • 360 Reflectivity • Wind resistant and breathable amazon £67.49 play.com £64.95 sportsshoes.com… Read more