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# Footwear

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Parents 'starting to panic' amid delays receiving school clothing allowance
Children will be returning to school in the coming weeks.
Pilgrims are advised not to climb Croagh Patrick barefoot
Around 25,000 people are expected to make the pilgrimage up Croagh Patrick today.
ASOS has missed a major flaw in these 'dope' sandals
We’ll take seven pairs! Oh… oh wait…
This fashion label has made the ultimate pisscatcher shoe
Burn them. Gather them up and burn them all.
Nike Is Saving A Ton Of Money On Its New Flyknit Shoes
Nike’s new Flyknit technology is saving the…
The future of football: Nike and Adidas release revolutionary boot and sock hybrids
The sport will ‘never be the same’, if the top brands are to be believed.
Suarez to unleash the first knitted football boot at Old Trafford
They’re not the type of thing your nan would knit.
Designer creates self-healing, 3D-printed running shoes
The running shoes, which could become a reality by 2050, would react to pressure and provide extra cushioning if needed.
How classic football boots have changed for the worst
The madness needs to stop.
How could you take Sergio Aguero seriously in these new boots?
Someone in Puma is having a laugh.
Appalling shoe choice almost costs Trump at the London Masters
Snooker’s world number two showed up in a pair of stud-covered shoes designed by Christian Louboutin.
The Boot Room: What do your pair say about you?
Are you a big-time Charlie or a no-nonsense hardman?
Skechers to pay $40m in US settlement over advertising claims
Federal Trade Commission says the company made deceptive claims about its products helping to tone and strengthen muscle.
Jet set shoes? AirBaltic get creative with footwear
Airline-themed footwear… how did we ever live without it?
Government expects VAT hike to hit sales by 1.8 per cent
Estimates for tax income in 2012 indicate that the government doesn’t expect the VAT hike to have a major impact on shoppers.
Pre-Christmas boost for retailers, with 1.6pc surge in November
The volume of retail sales was up by 1.6 per cent in November, as retailers reported a surge in spending pre-Christmas.
Inflation rose to 2.6 per cent in September
The annual rate of inflation rose from 2.2 per cent in August to 2.6 per cent last month, the CSO has said today.