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Where To Buy Basketball Shoes Online?

  • 23-10-2015 3:04pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 217 ✭✭ SW98


    Hi, I have recently been looking for a pair of basketball shoes. I have looked on some of the websites with a good range and good prices but the shipping is nearly the price of the shoe. Any of the Ireland/Europe websites I have looked at have high prices for the shoes or don't have a good range. Sportsdirect have a good range but don't really have any of the more higher end shoes. I don't want to spend more than €80 including shipping. I know €80 won't get you a very nice pair of shoes but Footlocker have a very nice range for around €80, but again shipping is like €40. Can anyone suggest where I might be able to find nice shoes at a good price, like footlocker except with cheap shipping. Thanks for any replies.


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  • Registered Users Posts: 2,781 ✭✭✭ killwill


    SW98 wrote: »
    Hi, I have recently been looking for a pair of basketball shoes. I have looked on some of the websites with a good range and good prices but the shipping is nearly the price of the shoe. Any of the Ireland/Europe websites I have looked at have high prices for the shoes or don't have a good range. Sportsdirect have a good range but don't really have any of the more higher end shoes. I don't want to spend more than €80 including shipping. I know €80 won't get you a very nice pair of shoes but Footlocker have a very nice range for around €80, but again shipping is like €40. Can anyone suggest where I might be able to find nice shoes at a good price, like footlocker except with cheap shipping. Thanks for any replies.

    If you are in Dublin go to Footlocker on O'Connell St.
    There are a few pairs on the Nike website for under 80 quid also.


  • Registered Users Posts: 217 ✭✭ SW98


    killwill wrote: »
    If you are in Dublin go to Footlocker on O'Connell St.
    There are a few pairs on the Nike website for under 80 quid also

    Yeah it might be a while until I'm in Dublin City Centre again, but will probably have a look in Footlocker when I am. I looked on Nike.com but there's nothing nice within my price range. Thanks anyway.


  • Registered Users Posts: 10,261 ✭✭✭✭ For Forks Sake


    killwill wrote: »
    If you are in Dublin go to Footlocker on O'Connell St.
    There are a few pairs on the Nike website for under 80 quid also.

    Nike outlet stores in Blanch, Kildare Village and Killarney have ranges in from time to time as well. Got a nice pair of LeBrons for €70 a few months back, but a lot of it is blind luck what's in on a given week.


  • Registered Users Posts: 217 ✭✭ SW98


    Nike outlet stores in Blanch, Kildare Village and Killarney have ranges in from time to time as well. Got a nice pair of LeBrons for €70 a few months back, but a lot of it is blind luck what's in on a given week.

    Yeah I was in the one in Blanch a few weeks ago, all they had was a pair of white Jordan Superfly 3 for €85 but I didn't buy them. I'm looking for online stores more than anything because any stores that have them are nowhere near me.


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 483 ✭✭ ejabrod


    I get a lot of my Jordans from Sneakerhead.com shipping is $35

    Also on eBay there is a store called KicksBoutique


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  • Registered Users Posts: 109 ✭✭ Joaquin223


    EBay, Sportsdirect or directly from the Nike/Adidas Irish websites


  • Registered Users Posts: 217 ✭✭ SW98


    Joaquin223 wrote: »
    EBay, Sportsdirect or directly from the Nike/Adidas Irish websites

    Yeah looked at most of these, I guess I am not going to get anything like footlocker.com in europe.


  • Registered Users Posts: 217 ✭✭ SW98


    ejabrod wrote: »
    I get a lot of my Jordans from Sneakerhead.com shipping is $35

    Also on eBay there is a store called KicksBoutique

    Thanks, I will have a look.


  • Registered Users Posts: 69 ✭✭✭ bside29


    eBay or Amazon for online


  • Registered Users Posts: 106 ✭✭ mjavi


    SW98 wrote: »
    Yeah looked at most of these, I guess I am not going to get anything like footlocker.com in europe.

    Had to create a Parcel Motel account just so I can order from footlocker.

    There are a lot of legit European online stores, Hanon-Shop, SneakersnStuff, Size? etc.


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