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Dunlop Trainer Shoes for Men

Dunlop trainer shoes for men are fantastic quality, durable and comfortable, and can be used for a wide variety of sports.

Which material?

Dunlop canvas or textile trainers are a great choice for both sportswear and casual wear. Great if you play outdoor sports, canvas and textile trainers can be easily washed in the washing machine. They are also incredibly breathable and will keep your feet cool and dry.

Dunlop synthetic trainers look very similar to leather trainers. The synthetic material means these trainers are also lightweight and breathable, which is ideal if you are going to wear them for long periods of time. They are also incredibly waterproof and easy to wipe clean, making these another fantastic choice for outdoor wear.

All Dunlop soles are made from rubber. Rubber has fantastic supportive and comfortable qualities, ideal if you do any high-impact sports such as running, tennis or basketball.

Which style?

Dunlop's hi top trainers have a slightly different style than the conventional trainer. The shoe and laces finishes high above the wearer's ankle, meaning these are a good option for men who need more ankle support when playing sports. The laces 'lock' your ankles into the shoe, making these ideal for sports such as basketball and tennis, where you need to twist quickly and repeatedly.

Dunlop's plimsolls are a fantastic lightweight alternative to the traditional trainer. With a flat sole and less padding than the trainer, these shoes are the best option for casual sports activity, or for taking part in low-impact sports, such as weightlifting, cycling and rowing. They are also a popular option for everyday casual wear.

Dunlop trainers are the most common style of men's trainer. With cushioned insoles, moulded sole and full lace up front, these are the best all round shoe for most sports. They are very versatile and can be worn both indoors and outdoors and in all weathers.

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