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    Hey there, anyone know where I can find these hi tops, or something very similar at a reasonable price (ie. £50 or less)? Been looking for some white hi tops, and I can't find any really nice ones in shops. Thanks

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    look at the website schuh - they should have shoes like this/similar to this on this website. You can enter keywords which will help bring up specifically what your looking for.. hope that helps!
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    (Original post by foolscap)
    Hey there, anyone know where I can find these hi tops, or something very similar at a reasonable price (ie. £50 or less)? Been looking for some white hi tops, and I can't find any really nice ones in shops. Thanks

    Youre going to have to spend more than £50 if you want a pair that will last long.
    Also get some of these insole things, Footlocker sell them. They help reduce the heel of your trainers from wearing out over time.

    It's actually quite unreasonable to look for below £50 imo for hi tops.

    These are quite pricey but look like the style you want.
    http://www.asos.com/Supra/Supra-Vaid...t=-1&clr=White
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    have you tryed asos or foot locker?
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    (Original post by Luxray)
    Also get some of these insole things, Footlocker sell them. They help reduce the heel of your trainers from wearing out over time.
    I didn't know this. Do you have any particular recommendations?
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    why?
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    (Original post by Luxray)
    Youre going to have to spend more than £50 if you want a pair that will last long.
    Also get some of these insole things, Footlocker sell them. They help reduce the heel of your trainers from wearing out over time.

    It's actually quite unreasonable to look for below £50 imo for hi tops.

    These are quite pricey but look like the style you want.
    http://www.asos.com/Supra/Supra-Vaid...t=-1&clr=White
    Quite pricey as you said, but very nice. Best I've seen so far.
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    (Original post by whyumadtho)
    I didn't know this. Do you have any particular recommendations?
    They really do work, but sadly I can't remember the name of them, it was I think £6 or £7 from footlocker (so ask instore), the things are blue and have an orange base at the bottom of them.
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    (Original post by Luxray)
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    Hey quick question: Is there a difference between the one you suggested, and this one?
    Looks to me as if someone has just done the laces up really tight or something.

    Edit: slap on the face to whoever thought modelling white trainers with a white background was a good idea.
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    Nice Hi-tops are always expensive, unless you happen to be on the lucky end of a clearance, I would say stick to Adidas and Nike for cheap + good quality, brands like Supra are (IMO) the best for Hi-Tops, but so, so over-priced.
 
 
 
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