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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes
footwearfoot‧wear /ˈfʊtweə $ -wer/ noun [uncountable]  DCCthings that people wear on their feet, such as shoes or boots outdoor footwear
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footwearFor the last few years, the so-called foamless shoe has been the holy grail of the athletic footwear industry.athletic footwearTackling patches of snow in modern, lightweight footwear doesn't have to mean wet feet.Most of the activities are routed through woodland and as some of the pathways can be rough outdoor footwear is recommended.Sweet Caroline Inter is a name synonymous with functional, practical footwear for the leisure sports market.Adams's preferred footwear in the mountains was rubber-soled basketball shoes.Waterproofs, wellingtons or other strong footwear and a packed lunch.Bring lunch, waterproofs and sturdy footwear.Wear sturdy footwear and bring binoculars if you have them - if not they can be hired on the day.
From Longman Business Dictionaryfootwearfoot‧wear /ˈfʊtweə-wer/ noun [uncountable] things that people wear on their feet, such as shoes and bootsprice increases for clothing and footwearthe footwear industrya wide range of sports footwear at favourable prices
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