These classic sneakers never seem to date, with a comfortable suede upper and a retro look, you’ll feel super cool while out in these.
Sneakers don’t need laces –and when it’s hot outside a shoe you can slip on easily is a bonus. And when they come in pink... well what’s not to like?
Instantly recognisable, the Converse range is full of well-worn sneakers. The Break Point is a simple design and a comfortable wear, but won’t break the bank.
Making athletics shoes since 1945 Norman Walsh is a true British brand. These sneakers are not only designed by a true craftsman, but they look great as well.
We love this classic reborn 80s shoe, comfy enough to wear day in, day out, we love the green suede for a bang on trend look.
I'm not usually keen on wearing trainers outside the gym but as the colours available have got bright and more exciting (yes, I sound shallow!) I've been tempted to buy a pair for everyday wear - even more tempted now!
personally I wear barefoot trainers. They have sorted out my knee and hip issues better than any well-supported expensive trainers.
wow - at these prices I hope these will last quite some time! I wear trainers most of the time (can't wear most women's shoes), although I have also found out the hard way that there is such a thing as too cheap.
I have a pair of the bargain Converse Break Point and they're great for me. It's the cheapest pair I've bought for a few years but I really don't notice any difference in quality.