Looking for Plimsolls?
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15 November 2006
First of all its Plimsolls, not Plimsoles.... or is it? what will MS word have us believe? But regardless of how they are spelt Plimsolls are here to say, and come in a variety of shapes, sizes and forms. From the traditional school style plims with no laces and a huge rubber toe cap to luxury leather plimsolls with embroided logos. But what are you after? If you are after branded goods, ensure you have read the item description properly, and if you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the seller to ensure that you are not misled when you bid. Instances occur where item listings are misleading, but if you ensure that you have checked the listing before bidding then you'll be sorted. If you are just after the standard plimsolls, then look out for clear images of the shoes, to ensure that the shoes are indeed the traditional plimsolls, as apposed to cheaper imitations. Lastly, some listings might quote plimsolls as "Dek", however this is simply the name on an importer, rather than the name of a brand, so always purchase from a respected seller.
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