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About Gola

In football-obsessed England, the name “Gola” is nearly sacred. Founded in 1905, Gola (an anagram of “goal”) was one of the first companies to produce sneakers specifically designed for playing football. The iconic sports shoe company earned a permanent place in UK footwear history when the Liverpool team wore Gola boots for their 1965 victory at the Football Association Challenge Cup. In 2008, the company celebrated its fortieth birthday by relaunching its classic Harrier training shoe, using the original pattern and construction. Available in men’s and women’s sizes, Gola’s Quota low-top sneakers come in a wide array of bright color combinations to match all your favorite casual outfits. Like its shoes, the brand’s collection of backpacks, belts and hats embody an aesthetic that blends British sophistication and soccer chic.

Past Sales Featuring Gola

Sale Ended May 26, 2013

Little Athlete: FILA & Gola

Future all-stars need athletic attire: FILA soccer shorts and shirts representing teams from around the world will lead sporty kids to MVP status. Plus these cool kicks from Gola will keep tykes quick on their feet.

Sale Ended May 27, 2013

Bensimon Kids' Sneakers & More

Refresh your child's shoe collection with this happy-hued footwear. The Bensimon sneakers here have an old-school vibe, but their primary colors keep them looking anything but dated. You'll find slip-ons and lace-ups, plus more from other top brands.

Sale Ended October 20, 2010

Check, Please!

Plaid, like drink, is good in moderation. Don't do any tomfool thing like wearing all these plaids together but do carefully apportion out these bright examples of plaid at its best. From Steven Alan's famous plaid shirts to a deep green seersucker plaid blazer from Tailor Vintage to plaid sneakers courtesy of Simple, this is a primer in plaid, a thesis on checks. Study it well and wear it better.

Sale Ended May 16, 2012

Boys Will Be Boys

Durable boys' clothes that can survive some serious rough-housing