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School shoes galore

Deluxe Footwear Fashions
Friday, January 25, 2013

IT's back to school with a new beginning altogether. Parents are getting their children all ready for a new year of school.

Now at Deluxe Footwear Fashions Ltd we have shoes galore, everywhere with quality brands like Cebo Bata and Ragazzi and more. Customers have a wide range of styles to choose from.

Our 'Freestep' by 'Grosby' brand sandals have just arrived for school, with sizes ranging from 35' to 42' in stock.

These sandals are a perfect wear for schoolgirls and even an ideal wear for teachers as well.

Our 'Freestep' brand—closed shoes are available in black and brown colours.

This brand also caters for the beginners and primary school students.

Our kids' 'Freestep' brand is available in five styles with sizes from 27' to 34' in stock.

If you are looking for school bags, try out 'Rugged' brand bags in stock with two different sizes, ideal for primary and high school students. Our range of world renowned 'Puma' brand bags, are available in different styles and colours as well.

Visit us today while stocks last, our branches are located at Narseys Building on Ellery St in Suva after the Downtown Boulevard building.

We're also located on Victoria Parade beside The Fiji Times office and on Marks St.

Our Nadi branch is located in the main town area at the Dee Mall Building.


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