Footwear Retailing - UK - June 2011
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We use two streams of data from the ONS for this report – consumer spending and retail sales. The distinction is important.
There is a grey area between sports shoes and casual footwear although sports trainers are mostly classified in the government’s consumer spending data under the footwear rather than the sportswear category. The latter in terms of sports shoes is largely confined to specialist performance shoes such as football boots, athletic spikes or ski boots.
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