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Re-release For Retro Classic Trainers

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There were many questionable fashion choices in the 1980s: pastel jackets, shell suits and pretty much every hairstyle imaginable.

But when it comes to trainers, there were plenty of inarguable highlights. We're therefore rather thankful to Le Coq Sportif who are re-releasing one of their own retro classics. Originally launched in 1985, the Eclat was designed to meet the needs of the runner.

Due to its aesthetical awesomeness, it also doubled quite nicely as a non-runner's shoe of choice. Skip forward to 2012 and the updated trainer is being released in three colours: Rosette Red, Elephant Grey and Azure Blue. We insist that you get a pair of each.

To do so, visit www.footpatrol.co.uk



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