SHOPPERS are racing to M&S for trendy trainers that are “easily mistaken” for New Balance 530s.
M&S chunky beige and white trainers have received rave reviewsM&S
Shoppers have dubbed them dupes for the New Balance 530sSCHUH
You don’t have to fork out for the premium design, as shoppers have dubbed the M&S dupes a dead ringer for the New Balance kicks.
The department store’s Chunky Mesh Detail Trainers cost £49.50 a pair, while the New Balance 530 trainer, made from suede and mesh in a white and beige colourway, is £110.
That means getting your dupe on will save you over £60.
“These mesh detail trainers have a vintage-inspired look,” M&S sneaker designers said.
“Designed with a chunky outsole for a statement feel and antibacterial padding to help keep feet feeling fresh.
“Insolia Flex makes walking in flats comfier by improving the natural rotational movement of the ball of the foot.”
And the reviews on the trainers speak for themselves.
“My much loved, go-to brand of classic trainers is twice the price of these,” one buyer said.
“Apart from the price, the M&S dupe is slightly more comfortable.
“I have a slim heel but need a wide toe box and these are great for accommodating my flat feet.
“I don’t plan on running in them and will use them for walking. These are a UK true fit so go for your actual size.”
“These trainers are very comfortable to wear,” another praised.“I’ve worn them a lot and have no blisters.
“I also wore them on holiday in Spain last week and they didn’t feel too hot.
“I like the colour and style, plus they appear to be true to size.”
The only noted difference is that the M&S trainers are a bit heavier than the New Balance versions.
“Here to refresh your everyday collection, this versatile and lightweight fit provides enhanced comfort with an abzorb midsole,” a blurb on the New Balance trainers reads.
“The throwback silhouette is a must-have staple.”
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