Nike (Air forces) for rlly cheap?

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krystaloceanx
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Hey everyone,

as the title suggests, i wanna find me some nike air forces (size 8.5-9) for extremely cheap, but no clue where to look. Tbh, mens/womens, whatever it is, doesn't matter to me, coz @ the end of the day, they're shoes!!!!

Realistically, i have a budget of £20-£30 or under, as im not looking to spend a lot on these, seeing as i have no job rn , due to education/exams. (I have £20 on me rn but thats it)

i've tried jd, footlocker, deichmanns, but they're all to expensive.
Can you recommend me some cheap, legit shops where i can find these?

Thanks !!!
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Sorry,But I dont think there are af1's this cheap-only baby sizes!
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Check depop
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You won't get anything legitimate for a budget that low, unless the shoes are on some sort of massive sale and you combine it with discounts.

I wouldn't recommend buying from Ebay as vast quantities of the brand name stuff (new & 2nd hand) sold on there are knock-offs.

£20-30 will get you some decent unbranded trainers from ASOS or H&M (but not designer trainers).
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