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Trainers like these...

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gelbra Mon 06-Nov-17 08:05:37

Do any of you folk know where I can get some trainers like these - but not with a Nike mane on them! I don't care what they look like but the feel of the soles is great for my plantar fasciitis... and I can't afford Nike's £70+ price tag...

gelbra Mon 06-Nov-17 09:07:27

And this is the link...! https://m.jdsports.co.uk/product/grey-nike-dualtone-racer-womens/282497/?cmmmc=googleshopp_googlele--shopping--_-pla&istCompanyId=9c5cf6f7-3142-4f9f-be57-2fce9c67adfd&istItemId=ipirqltim&istBid=tzwt&gclid=Cj0KCQiArYDQBRDoARIsAMR8sTj6hZyv7AHQ7Y77_vYg-dfS-zI7sWpoSr77ZYleq61jSP2GU0z4Z4aAjC2EALww_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

AuntieStella Mon 06-Nov-17 09:11:09

Might these suit?

www.sportsshoes.com/product/asi7020/asics-gel~essent-2-women's-running-shoes/

Neutral sole, cushioned, down to £30

Or are you after something that looks less like a running trainer?

IndianaMoleWoman Mon 06-Nov-17 09:13:14

In the link you provided they are reduced to £55. Maybe search for JD discount codes to get them down even more?

IndianaMoleWoman Mon 06-Nov-17 09:14:37

Also maybe wait for 24th November, might be able to pick something up in the Black Friday sale events.

PointlessUsername Mon 06-Nov-17 09:24:38

Primark have these in lots of different styles and are really comfy.

carrie74 Mon 06-Nov-17 11:49:20

Might be worth searching to see if there is old stock somewhere? I’m similar and currently hunting for Nike Pegasus as the ones I have make my feet ache the least of all my shoes. They’re proper running shoes though, so a bit pricey...

I wouldn’t try and look for some that look similar but are much cheaper, there will be technology within these particular shoes that make them comfortable. And IMO shoes that don’t make my feet ache are worth quite a lot of spends!

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