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The graph below shows the percentage sales of trainers made by a sportswear company in one year. Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The column graph compares sales volume of trainer shoes in a year manufactures by a company. Overall, Flying boots, a trainer footwear type, that was launched at the starting of the year became popular while Golden feet dominated the market share in terms of its sale ratio.
As is presented in the illustration, the sportswear company sold four types of trainer footwear throughout the year and the first quarter was dominated by the Golden feet and Zed runner shoes as they each made approximately one-third of the total sales. The newly launched trainers Flying boots brought around 15% businesses for this sportswear company. During the second quarter, the sales proportion of Flying boots increased to 32% while sales of Golden feet made one-third. Sales quota of High roller shrank considerably and the newly launched brand made the highest sale during the third quarter. With a declining sales ratio throughout the third quarter, Golden feet’s demand raised in the last quarter of the year while Flying boots made the second largest sales. Interestingly, other two trainer shoe models contributed to less than 20% sales of this company in the last quarter.