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Verenaisi Raicola
Friday, January 18, 2013

STILL looking for suitable bags for back-to-school?

Check out J.R White. They have opened their doors once again for back-to-school needs that will attract school kids this year.

What's great about JR White is that they sell bags that can last the whole year or more if they are taken care of well. These bags come in all styles that you can choose from.

There are backpacks, sports bags and school bags. Students that take part in sporting activities can choose from a variety of bags which one is suitable for their school and training gear.

They have genuine bags and they are warning shoppers not to be fooled with look-alikes. Look- alike bags and copies are of course not the same quality.

They have the Canterbury and Mizuno school bags which are long-lasting, fashionable and has value for money.

Canterbury branded items are well known for their strength and durability.

That's what makes any Canterbury product famous and sought after. Canterbury brand items include rugby shorts, socks, joggers, rugby boots and bags.

Canterbury school bags are popular among schoolchildren and those families that are prepared to pay more for something worthwhile and longlasting.

JR White is a name long associated with Canterbury in Fiji and they have lived up to that name when it comes to quality.

Check the range of bright coloured bags to suit today's teenagers.

JR White is worth a visit today at Vistoria Parade, Shop 16 Harbour Centre and Vitogo Parade Lautoka.





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