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Shoes for everyone

Losalini Vuki
Friday, October 13, 2017

DEOJI Footwear has been in Fiji for more than 50 years, donning men, women and children with affordable shoes of the latest kind. From great range of sports shoes, casuals, dress shoes and ladies bags, Deoji Footwear friendly staff is always available to help you find the right shoes for you and your family this festive season.

The company's friendly staff is always available to help you in finding the right shoes for you and your family, and even offer you great range of shoes. At Deoji's, they also have shoes on specials for the whole family (infants, boys, girls, ladies and gents) during this Diwali.

If you're looking for good quality bags then Deoji's has exactly what you're looking for. Their products even include a wide range of travelling and hiking bags and suitcases to choose from.

For many more specials, customers can visit instore for more available items this Diwali.

Deoji Footwear is located at 123 Vitogo Pde. in Lautoka and at Naviti St. Their branch is at main street Nadi and Ba, Marks St, Suva and main street, Nausori.

Visit them today for all your footwear needs and take advantage of their Father's Day specials in all six of their shops.








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