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Though our hearts belong to print, there's no denying that the pixelated pile of blogs, feeds, sites and tweets we follow with (worrying) regularity is growing larger by the day.

One such site to have grabbed, and held, our attention, is a brand new online magazine from footwear outlet, Shoe Studio. Maintaining the navigable print layout we know and love, the site is a competent resource for shoe-ophiles and sneaker freaks alike - which is predominantly down to the fact that our fashion editor, Gareth Scourfield, is behind some of the blog's best pages.

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Be sure to check out the "Boot Camp" section on your first visit to the Studio, where Mr Scourfield presents his pick of this season's ankle-high offerings.

www.shoestudio.com/magazine

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