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DMSS22197 Gola

New Gola Melrose Grey Mens Trainers - UK10 (EU 44)

by Gola
£29.99£45.00
29.99
  • The Gola brand was launched in May 22nd 1905 in Leicester. No one is entirely sure how the name came about but it is understood that the word Gola is an anagram of the word Goal which might go someway to explaining the companyÔÇÖs long running association with Football. Gola's first ad campaign for football boots was launched in the mid 30s with the slogan ÔÇ£Gola mens GoalsÔÇØ. Gola did its bit for Britain by making boots for the army during World War II. In the early 2000ÔÇÖs Gola relaunched themselves as a ÔÇÿretroÔÇÖ sports fashion brand. Gola remain as high profile as ever and is the footwear of choice for many people in the public eye such as Paul Weller, Robbie Williams. Jude Law, and Liam and Noel Gallagher. The Gola Melrose is a retro style trainer that offers comfort as well as style and is ideal for casual wear. Features a nylon, mesh and microsuede upper. Also features Gola branding on the tongue, heel and outer side. The padded collar, padded tongue and removable moulded cushioned insole all offer comfort. The EVA midsole provides cushioning. The rubber outsole delivers traction.
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  • Nylon, mesh and microsuede upper
    Gola branding on the tongue, heel and outer side
    Padded collar, padded tongue and removable moulded cushioned insole all offer comfort
    EVA midsole provides cushioning
    Rubber outsole delivers traction
  • HCODE

    DMSS22197

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