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Welsh TV and radio presenter Gethin Jones is one of the most recognisable faces on British television today.

He has fronted a wide range of BBC shows over the course of his career including Blue Peter, Strictly Come Dancing and  BBC1 five-mornings-a-week magazine show ‘Morning Live’

Gethin was an active rugby union player while at Manchester Metropolitan University and, after graduation and in adition to presenting Strictly Come Dancing, he also competed in the show in 2007 and 2009.

We are delighted that Gethin has donated his shoes for the first time, with these  Air Max trainers, that have a story to tell!

 

Details: 

  • These white, black and gold men‘s Air Max 270 trainers from Nike make a statement on the street, they have a soft and breathable textile upper for a lightweight feel. They feature a lace fastening with a stretchy inner sleeve for a snug fit and a woven heel pull tab for easy on-and-off. With a rubber outsole to keep you gripped to the streets, they’re signed off with the Swoosh to the sidewalls.
  • Condition: Energetically worn for the ‘Joe Wickes 24 hour P.E. Challenge’
  • Brand: Nike
  • Size: UK 9
  • Comes with Certificate of Authenticity

(Photo Credit: I Heart Studios)

Donated by
Gethin Jones

Item #P87055

  • In condition as donated.
  • Additional shipping charges may apply.
  • Please note: with the introduction of Brexit, customs duties will be charged by couriers to users residing in the EU from January 2021. These charges are to be paid by the user.

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