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Footwear etc. Announces the Fall 2013 Collection of Naot Shoes
Date:7/31/2013

Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013

Footwear etc. is pleased to announce that it has received the Fall 2013 Collection of Naot shoes. This brand is known for its superb quality and innovative designs, and has consistently been a favorite of customers. These shoes have proven to be so comfortable due to their anatomically correct cork footbeds. As a result, this brand has continued to grow in popularity and customer loyalty every year.

Naot shoes are known for their removable, anatomically-correct footbeds, premium leather uppers, and high quality polyurethane outsoles. The footbeds actually provide a custom fit because they contour to adapt to the shape of people's feet. The leather uppers and interior linings breathe, which keeps feet cool. The hook and loop closures make the shoes easy to get on and off, and these shoes continually rate very highly for comfort, style, and durability among customers.

District Manager Andrew Monarch adds, “We love getting new styles and colors from Naot. Our customers have loved these shoes from the moment we began carrying them, and we are always very pleased with the quality and innovative designs the company produces. ”

Naot’s Fall 2013 collection includes: the women’s Kawaka – a gorgeous new flat with criss-crossing leather and elastic straps that also have a hook and loop closure. Available in Rumba Leather or Black Raven Leather, this shoe is perfect to wear with slacks or weekend attire. The Matai Mary Jane has been around for several years, but now Naot has two new colors available: Luggage Brown, and Shiny Black Leather. This luxurious leather with its distinctive swirl pattern on the upper is designed to feel as good as it looks. These colors are very versatile and can really expand one's wardrobe options. The Women’s Reka is a new Mary Jane style. Available in Black Raven/Patent or Rattlesnake Brown/French Roast Leather, this shoe provides casual elegance suitable for a variety of occasions. As with all Naot shoes, the cork footbed provides a custom fit since it molds to the shape of feet.

Look for the entire collection from Naot online at footwearetc.com and at their retail store locations in Northern California and San Diego.

About Footwear etc.:
Footwear etc. is a well-established, family-owned business, headquartered in Silicon Valley, CA since 1986. The company is committed to improving customers’ quality of life by offering brand name products that demonstrate their belief in the need for healthful, comfortable and fashionable footwear. Footwear etc. operates nine retail stores located throughout the Bay Area and San Diego, and also offers their products on their website and catalog. To find out more, please visit http://www.footwearetc.com.

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