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Men's Lifestyle Joggers $19.99 @ ALDI

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Product description

Approved and scientifically tested by Queensland University of Technology
Joint and muscle stress relief
Light, flexible and shock absorbing outsole
Patented GaitLine outsole construction offers a similar feel to walking on a soft forest trail
Sizes: 8-12

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  • +4

    Approved and scientifically tested by Queensland University of Technology

    approved and scientifically tested for what though?

    • +20

      Approved and scientifically tested by Queensland University of Technology to be sold at Aldi

    • Approved by finance dept to take their money.
      Tested by by the real scientists whom wire them to the bank to cash the enclosed cheque.

    • +3

      approved and scientifically tested for what though?

      re-entry into the atmosphere

    • +4

      for what though?

      Court.

    • +7

      Tested and proven in a clinical double-blind test to be irresistable for [email protected] A person wearing these and carrying a Cree torch full of eneloop batteries is statistically 98.9% more likely to be an absolute penny-dodger!!!!

    • Scientifically tested to be a shoe. And a crappy shoe at that. From what I've seen with previous shoes, okay for general use, pottering around the garden but won't be appropriate for intensive sport, long distance running etc. Most likely lead to Achilles or arch issues.

  • +3

    These look nice for the price.

  • a similar feel to walking on a soft forest trail

    A pine forest trail?

  • +2

    I wonder if this label is like the baby 'jogger' pram where you read the fine print and it says "not suitable for jogging'

  • +2

    I've got there from last year. These runners are light but I'm not very fond of them.

    I bought the other pair that went on sale last year and they are much better.

    • Are they good for walking?

      • +1

        Yes. I use them as normal shoes, not for running.

  • +1

    Are these the new Dunlop Volleys?

  • +2

    You buy these, you may as well surrender all dignity.

    • +9

      I cannot afford dignity, that why I'm here.

      • +1

        Post of the year!!!!!

  • 12 UK or USA size?

    • German size

  • Looks good for $20. I assume you can return if you don't like them.

  • +3

    I got these last time, for the price they're acceptable and definitely better than similar priced from say Kmart if you just need something cheap you don't care about. However the sole is pretty soft and if you step on a small rock or piece of Lego you'll feel it, might not hurt but not pleasant.
    I wouldn't buy these for running or bush walking, good driving shoes though.

  • +6

    I use a pair on the treadmill / cycle in the in the hotel fitness rooms … Good for travel as they are light weight. And they are fine for light duty city CBD walking / exploring if you have a few hours free in a new city (especially when travelling hand luggage only you want to have as many bits of clothing that are 'multi-role' so you have to compromise a bit). I would't be using them for trail running. But they would be fine for fast walking around your local bitumen path in the park as an example.

  • +3

    Not sure if this Fairfax article is related to the claims for these shoes - "Why running shoe designers may have been getting it wrong for years"

    • +1

      QUT vs UQ hey. Uni wars…

  • Do these have good grip? Wondering if they're good for different sports.

  • Is it really a deal though?

    • Is the Target one tested and approved by QUT???

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