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Those were the days. My mum used to buy me Hi-Tec Runaway and Atlanta. Then there was my Puma Cabana indestructable they were, lasted me 18 months. Rachel Will the book include the reason behind keeping your trainees so white? We used to go out and scuff our new shoes so we didn't look so silly - any explanations? Andy J A pair of lois jeans and me new balance from germany and me nike cagool thought i was the best dressed in liverpool. But who remembers Foothold in lord street? Eddie Evertonians wore what their mum bought them from Clarks as they did not know were Europe was.

As for people spending their giro on trainees, thanks for re-enforcing the stereotype.

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Everton fans always had the best - zx outstanding! Andy I was still at school in the eighties with a strict uniform policy so trainers were out of the question. That is until Adidas brought out those glorious brown golfing shoes with the gold leaf on the side! Not good for footie in the playground,though.

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Andy Moss Remember the first shop WS had in Liverpool totally dedicated to trainers and the shop was kitted out in Addidas wallpaper. I just loved the Gazelle they were never off my feet and any spare cash would be spent on Kicker's and Pod and if flushed a pair of Inega jeans. Bring back Dunlop flash! Jamie Bring back Puma Kenny Dalglish.

Nicky I remember dragging my mum all over town looking for my next pair of trainers!

Ernie Eggs SO the only people with fashion trends in Liverpool were supporters of Liverpool football club? Those of us who supported Everton were stuck with borstal boppers were we?? Kickers etc from onwards. Did the author happen to mention that those LFC fans did a fair share of 'robbing' in Europe and therefore branded the scouse empire as petty thieves???

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Gary I remember having second image jeans and a pair of adidas LA with mixed pegs. A white Ferd perry t shirt,how smart was that. Paul Ford I dont know were you get the idea of liverpool FC fans from,my guess is that the author has got to be a Kopite. What about the blue half of the city? I suppose they wore jesus sandles or flip-flops then!!! I got a free Head bag with them, I think the shop then moved to where Burger King is now on Lord Street, and then the rest we know is history. My favourite had to be the adidas slip on shoes i had for school so comfy and they lasted well.

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I cant remember the name of them the lace ups were called Tenerife i think? Gerard Darby I had a pair of Samba, they were great. Few of mates wore Gazelle.

Don't think I ever imported any or travelled for them though - those guys must have been fanatics! Paul I rember the halewood chains coming back from europe with a haul of trainers on a spree. Help with BBC iPlayer.


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