Ben Sherman Shoes & Trainers NO MORE

Ben Sherman Shoes & Trainers NO MORE

Ben Sherman, the original British MOD brand, will no longer produce footwear.

A statement issued Friday said the company plans to leave the shoe, kids’ and youth sectors by the end of 2009 to concentrate on men’s and women’s apparel instead.

“Together with many other leading companies in the U.K. fashion sector, we are experiencing challenging trading conditions, which are exacerbated by the effect of the fall in sterling against the dollar,” Miles Gray, CEO of Ben Sherman Group Ltd., said in the statement.

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