Window Shopping: Can you kit out a runner for £100

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Dec 2023
7:16pm, 14 Dec 2023
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Nice work Foxy. I'm not spending at the moment but will see if I can kit someone out for £100 or less....
Dec 2023
7:30pm, 14 Dec 2023
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Shoes - carbon!!
£85 Puma Deviate Nitro Elite - Start Fitness

LS Top

Long Tights


Puma Socks

Neck gaiter


Leaves £1.83 change
Dec 2023
8:19pm, 14 Dec 2023
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Or saving on shoes for more kit...

Shoes - Saucony Kinvara -pink

Shorts - Ron Hil core shorts (very good!) - black

TOP - Under Armour LS top with half zip - blue

= £2.62 change
Dec 2023
8:34pm, 14 Dec 2023
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Icy Tinsel Garland 🇮🇸
Can anyone find a good sports bra for under 30 quid?
Dec 2023
8:38pm, 14 Dec 2023
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I can't find a good sports bra for under 50 quid.

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Maintained by Kieren
Paste a collage example of what you came up with. sub £100 male & female example on page 1

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Increasing prices (looking at you super-shoes) may be making running a little less accessible than it used to be. There are some great budget options like Decathlon which sell T-shirts for £2.99. I think you can get some kit you would want to wear for £100 or less - possibly some brand names and less funky colours.

So what can you do? If you were choosing for yourself or pal new to the sport?

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