Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Durable and Reliable Footwear

My husband would call me "Imelda Marcos" junior because my collections of shoes are keeps on adding up. I have a good size walk-in closet and my shoes are arranged according to the design such as sandals, flip flop, boots, stiletto, sneakers, wedges, and more. I admit, few of my shoes are still on the box and never worn.

I buy footwear according to the quality, design and comfort. When I am at home or go to the grocery, I wear flip flops or sneakers. I also wear Jeans and sleeveless shirts paired with sneakers which are my favorite daily wear. I am not really picky with brands but, as long as they are made in good quality, I buy them. What about you? Well, just last week, my brother who is working in another country asked me to buy him shoes.

My brother prefers clarks shoes for heavy duty footwear especially when he is working on the field. He and his helpers deliver chicken products to a wet market so; the area is always slippery when wet. A work boot is advisable to wear especially when the sole parts of the shoes are made with a safety material. He is always looking for a durable and reliable work wear that works as hard as he is.

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