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Green was prevalent on men’s trainers and casual footwear with all shades from acid lime through to khaki green and grass green and straight secondary shades from the colour wheel. Green worked best on canvas pumps but was also prevalent as colour blocks or contrast trims on 1980s inspired trainers and high tops. But it ain’t easy being or indeed selling green and is a trend which should be treated with caution for spring 09 given the current economic climate and the play it safe shopper attitude, particularly amongst men.

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