Cheers, Have looked for a review link but there doesnt seem to be one.
m well just had a little look at the site,, googled it, and they look ok? i would pay by visa and if not ok then you have a garantee?
p,s have you tried http://www.sportsshoes.com i have used them for shoes and clothes,, very good!
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dorunning.com are listed a "running partner" of Runnersworld. They have a UK address and contact number etc so I think you can safely assume they are legitimate...
I've also found their returns policy on the site which is as follows:
Q1) CAN I RETURN A PRODUCT IF I'M NOT HAPPY WITH IT?A1: Yes, if you find that the product is unsuitable please return it in it's original condition unused with all packaging and tags intact within 14 days of purchase for either refund or exchange. On the back of the invoice is a returns form and label which both explains the returns process and requires you to complete the appropriate section so we know what action to take. We do not offer a free returns service, however if you return items for replacement, we despatch the replacement goods to you free of charge.Please return the order to:DORUNNING RETURNS DEPTUNITS 3 & 4 FORDE COURT,FORDE RD ,NEWTON ABBOT,DEVON ,TQ12 4BT Most importantly we suggest you use a recorded method of carraige to return the goods to us ( check which is appropriate with carrier ). We cannot be held responsible for items lost or delayed in transit on the way back to us.
MB - do you really think it fair to use the facilities of a specialist shop, especially those who have invested in video gait analysis software, and then buy off the internet?
if i am honest this week, i went to the running shop and they matched the price I found on the net (including the postage) so i felt good that the local firm had got some money.
I still buy off the net but ssupport my local running shop as much as i can!
I bought my spare pair of trainers from them, good service and free T-shirt as well which didn't shrink in the washing machine either
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