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School shoes galore

Deluxe Footwear Fashions
Friday, January 18, 2013

IT'S back with a whole new meaning and new beginning. And everywhere you look while you're in Deluxe Footwear Fashions Limited, its sandals galore.

Customers are spoilt for choice not only with renowned names like CEBO, Bata and Tagazzi, but also with the range of styles.

And with the arrival of the Freestep range by Grosby sandals, customers can now choose from sizes 35 to 42.

The range is perfect for school girls and teachers alike.

You can buy the closed toe range of Freestep shoes in brown or black.

For beginners and primary school classes, the styles and sizes of Freestep range are available in sizes 27 to 34.

The rugged range of school bags is a worthy buy, available in two different sizes and four different colors, ideal for primary and high school alike.

Even Puma bags are available in different styles and colours.

The Suva stores are located at Narseys Building at Ellery Street, Victoria Parade—next door to The Fiji Times, and Marks St.

The Nadi store is located at the main street, near Dee Mall building.





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