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On The Foot - November Edition

Alright you lot, we've been super busy these past few weeks making sure that we're stocked up with only the finest bits and bobs for you on the run up to Christmas, and here's our favourite picks in terms of trainers that we've had turn up.

(We are trying to make this a regular feature, honest.)

Kicking us off is the Nike Moon Racer, this sihlouette features a canvas upper that reminds a few of us at the shop of some older OG Nike models, and a react technology sole that first debuted in the Zoom Vaporfly. This sole is referred to as the "4%" because it gives athletes back 4% in energy return, making them perform better. Designed for comfort, durability and impact protection, this futuristic looking badboy has got you covered if you're running a marathon or running to catch the bus. Also available in Black. 

Next up is the Puma Cell Endura in White/Classic Green. A chunkier trainer that looks great with cropped trousers or something a little bit baggier, it's the kind of shoe that can look good with most outfits.

It might be 2018, not much has changed though - Converse are still one of the best shoes about. Chuck Hi's are one of the most versatile models around, they look good with almost anything don't they? That's why we're featuring the Chuck 70 Hi's in Green on this rendition of On The Foot.

A canvas upper that offers you more than enough protection from the elements, (which can be added to with a Jason Markk repel spray), and a thick rubber sole and toecap is what makes them so durable, can't go wrong with a good pair of Converse.

The Adidas EQT Support Mid ADV in Khaki also makes it on to our list due to the success that the EQT has had over recent years, and this desert camouflage version is a banger. This colour way is perfectly suited to cold autumnal days aswell as scorching summer days.

Originally produced in the 1990's under the "Equipment" philosophy, Adidas wanted to create a range of sports shoes that would provide "Everything that is essential, and nothing that is not." Since then the EQT has evolved through many different silhouettes, but the philosophy has stayed consistent throughout.

On to the next one, the New Balance M1500 Made In England in Tan/White is a great colour way for this Autumn. A full leather upper with embroidered New Balance branding makes for a statement sneaker.

Fun fact for you, New Balance first entered the footwear market not as shoe makers, but as arch support specialists, and the brand has a come along way since creating their first shoe in 1960, the Trackster.

Last but not least, we've got the Saucony Shadow 5000 for you to feast your eyes on. Originally released back in '89 as a running shoe, this model really has lasted the test of time.

But stepping out of the past and in to the future, Saucony have developed the technology in their shoes as time has gone on, and keeps up with what many brands can't - genuine innovation.

Saucony seems a little bit slept on sometimes, but it's a brand that all of us at Wellgosh really appreciate, we'll always have a place for Saucony. The Shadow 5000 doesn't just have a cool name, but the design technique is also pretty cool - A combination of suede and mesh overlays makes for a durable, comfortable and appealing shoe.

That's this segment of On The Foot done, keep your eyes peeled for next months edition and more shoe related puns.