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A whole new system of classifying running shoes
ABC of running shoe soles
Are you geared for runners?
Athleisure will continue to grow
Baselayers and compression: underwear that help athletes perform
Brooks to revolutionise running
Can track catch up to tar
Custom designed Springbok kit
Do celebrity runners sell running shoes?
Edcon back on track?
Fitting childrens footwear correctly
Fresh ideas from adidas brand director
Hot on the trail
Impahla clothing: you have to learn to walk before you can run
Kitting out the social runner
Latest in running footwear
Made in South Africa, for South Africa
Major new SA footwear company gets the go ahead
New Balance on a high
New trends in sandals and water shoes
New wearable technologies to delight athletes
Outdoor clothing trends for 2015
Running in lowlight conditions
Shopping online for kids shoes
Skechers changes local distributor after two decades
Sneaker wars on trademarks and rights
Team kits vs replicas which is the most profitable
Technology, sportstyle and gender blurring set the trends
Tekkie Town finds a suitor
The buying habits of running shoe customers
The latest team boots trends
The right sock for the job
Trending kids wear for Easter and Eid
Unique sourcing from Skechers
Vibram lawsuit stimulates debate
Weak World Cup replica interest
Why caps appealed for 150 years
Why different age groups buy sneakers
Why do sneakers draw such consumer interest?
Will landfills be the new textile sources?
Women power also in running
Yes we can! and they did
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