Shoe fans queue for 25 hours for Pharrell Williams trainers
People desperate to get their hands on a new pair of Adidas trainers started queuing more than 24 hours before they went on sale.
The first eager shoppers turned up at 8am yesterday morning, setting up their camping chairs outside Wellgosh in High Street, Leicester.
The shop was one of a handful chosen to sell the new trainers designed with help from singer Pharrell Williams.
Wellgosh had 30 pairs of the £180 shoes and they went on sale at 9.30am this morning.
A shop spokesman said: "We had people from Birmingham, Nottingham and London.
"They started arriving at 8am yesterday but... read more
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