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    i made an impulse buy and braught some Tn's and Nike shox, i liked them both but i do feel the shox are out of fashion?

    http://www.footlocker.eu/gb/en/Shoes...spx/4206537004

    http://www.footlocker.eu/gb/en/Shoes...spx/4206534704

    i know from experience the Tn's are very comfortable, and i dont mind them but what do you think about the shox , i dont wanna look like a idiot wearing them 5 years out of fashion i brought it cos it looked nice. shall i return them as they are unworn

    lol need advice from tsr fashion police
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    NEE NAW NEE NAW

    *fashion

    btw - vile shoes. They were in fashion in primary schools 10 years ago.
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    NEE NAW NEE NAW

    *fashion

    btw - vile shoes. They were in fashion in primary schools 10 years ago.
    yeh am getting second thaught, il probs return the shox, the TN's are nice and comfy.
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    yeh am getting second thaught, il probs return the shox, the TN's are nice and comfy.
    I'd return the Tn's as well.

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    (Original post by tehforum)
    I'd return the Tn's as well.

    ong really, what do you suggest then??
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    (Original post by I-I)
    ong really, what do you suggest then??
    I dunno, I think the consensus is that the shoes you bought are 'chavvy'. Horrible word, but yeah.

    Plimsolls, boots, Nike Blazers (for a sporty, but more refined look)?

    Boat shoes?

    negged by chavs
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    Keep them if you're planning on doing jogging otherwise, discard them
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    I dunno, I think the
    consensus is that the shoes you bought are
    'chavvy'.
    Horrible word, but yeah.
    Plimsolls, boots, Nike Blazers (for a sporty, but
    more refined look)?
    Boat shoes?

    I agree. I just didn't want to use the word.
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    (Original post by tehforum)
    I dunno, I think the consensus is that the shoes you bought are 'chavvy'. Horrible word, but yeah.

    Plimsolls, boots, Nike Blazers (for a sporty, but more refined look)?

    Boat shoes?
    nike blazer yuk, i never wear trainers like that. timberland boot im not into, not that comfy for me, or other boots for that matter. i mostly wear jeans, and some black or cream combats (sometimes), i wear dark colours and T-shirts on top.
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    (Original post by I-I)
    nike blazer yuk, i never wear trainers like that. timberland boot im not into, not that comfy for me, or other boots for that matter. i mostly wear jeans, and some black or cream combats (sometimes), i wear dark colours and T- ****s on top.
    Nike hi-tops?

    Converse?

    Vans?
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    I agree. I just didn't want to use the word.
    bloody hell, lmaooo are they that bad
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    Those shoes are a war crime.
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    Those shoes are a war crime.
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    dont want to offend but the only people i see wearing hi tops or dunks, are black people. also what do you wear??
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    dont want to offend but the only people i see wearing hi tops or dunks, are black people. also what do you wear??
    Brogues.
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    dont want to offend but the only people i see wearing hi tops or dunks, are black people. also what do you wear??
    Accordingly, I can say that the only people who wear Tn's and Shox, are white people.

    Poor reasoning.
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    dont want to offend but the only people i see
    wearing hi tops or dunks, are black people. also
    what do you wear??
    That's weird cos I see all ethnicity's wearing hi tops.

    I wear Vans, Nike's, Adidas....whatever's nice.
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    If you insist on wearing trainers then get a discreet pair like these:

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    (Original post by tehforum)
    Accordingly, I can say that the only people who wear Tn's and Shox, are white people.

    Poor reasoning.
    im not white, im asian, ethnicity pakistani, and yes its true, along with the NY huge baseball caps in birmingham anyway, never seen a white guy wear those. anyhow before we go racial and things go offensive, which we dont want.

    i like casual wear and smart wear. suppose the shox are chavy if worn by someone with fake trackies. etc
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    If a girl"s opinion matters to you: they're both "chav" shoes.

    If you're trying to put ladies off dating you then those are the right shoes to go about it in
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    Both pairs are awful.
 
 
 
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