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“Bargain trainers”

published 28/06/2015

AdvantagesGood quality

DisadvantagesDirt shows up very easy on my neon pink pair.

...Where are the trainers from and how much do they cost? These trainers are from Tesco. They are Tesco own brand and part of the Tesco Active clothing range. The trainers usually cost £16 a pair, which is what I paid for mine approximately 6 weeks ago, however they are currently on sale at just £8 in my local Tesco store (June 2015). What do they look like? Well firstly I'll say that...

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AdvantagesLook good, excellent value, excellent quality, Kids find them cool


...When it comes to my sons trainers, he is at the age now where image is starting to come into play. As he is a keen footballer though, and a boy (!), I don?t want to spend a fortune on a good brand as they tend to get wrecked and dirty quickly from playing so I always get his trainers from our local Sports Direct as they do great brands at a fraction of the cost of other sports shops. We...

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AdvantagesExcellent quality, 'cool' for kids, good range of styles, well priced


...My 10 year old son is football mad and so gets through trainers like hot dinners. He has owned a large number of trainers over the years, but after much trial and error, the brand we always stick to now are adidas. The reason we go with Adidas is because I have found them to be the best quality trainer available for him and although they are more expensive than other brands such as Lonsdale...

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