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    Default Re: Footwear then but not now

    Black patent leather boots .. around 1970

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    Probably I guess I'd hazzarda t a guess that i liked hardly any footwear from the 1970s until about 1989 - when Trainers with pumping Air came in!!

    I never likd over-0sized garments in many-a-way (and shoes like so too), but i guess Doc Martens could fall into both catergory's at a push too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80sChav View Post
    Probably I guess I'd hazzarda t a guess that i liked hardly any footwear from the 1970s until about 1989 - when Trainers with pumping Air came in!!

    I never likd over-0sized garments in many-a-way (and shoes like so too), but i guess Doc Martens could fall into both catergory's at a push too!
    Trainers hadn't been invented in my youth ... we had three choices as I recall .. black pumps , white pumps or Baseball boots ..



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    Quote Originally Posted by Zincubus View Post
    Trainers hadn't been invented in my youth ... we had three choices as I recall .. black pumps , white pumps or Baseball boots ..



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    Same yeah .... at least until i was 13 or 14

    To think we did PE at Primary and Secondary (a bit) in those awfull Fish Smelling Pumps ..... kids today would say it was breaching their Human Rights!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 80sChav View Post
    Same yeah .... at least until i was 13 or 14

    To think we did PE at Primary and Secondary (a bit) in those awfull Fish Smelling Pumps ..... kids today would say it was breaching their Human Rights!!!!
    I would agree with them, especially when the grips wore off the soles & you would slip around on a polished floor like an elephant on a skating rink.
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