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- You International Trade Company
- Phone: +8615392181228
- E-mail: email@example.com
We supply many kinds of shoes for adult and kids with OEM, including sport casual shoes, led shoes, ballerians and boots.
For OEM production, small quantity are suitable for us, For stock shoes with wholesale and retail will be updated every week, more information you can get from our sale team.
We can provide all the services you need to export from China. Such as sourcing, guiding, translating, buying, quality inspect, documents prepare, declaring shipping etc service.
1. products Introduction of the casual walking shoes
This sporty and fashion-forward sneaker is for little guys who want to stand out. Chevron accents and a soft cushioned insole make both looking cool and feeling great a breeze.
Faux suede and canvas upper
Memory Foam Cool Fit insole
Double strap with adjustable hook-and-loop closure for easy on and off
Lightweight outsole for comfort and flexibility
2. Products Specification
Place of Original
Jinjiang City, China (Mainland)
800 pairs for each color, 2 to 3 colors per style
Upper: Faux suede+canvas
31-37 (EU SIZE)
Color box, 10 pairs per carton
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
3. Products Feature and Application
4. Products Package
Following your requirement, common packing detail are as below
5. Production, Shipment and Delivery
6. Our Service
Maximum reply time: 24 hours
Step1: Research and development
Step2: Customized offer
Step3: Product approval/Sending and confirmation of proforma
Stpe4: Follow-up of production/Packing/Test report
Step5: Inspection/Shipment Organization
Step6: Document sending/Payment of supplier
Step7: After sales follow-up
7. Factory Profile
8. Our Partner and market
FILA, GEOX, LOTTO, DOCKERS, DIADORA, DISNEY, TRASLUZ, El Corte Inglés, etc
South American: 20%
Mid East: 20%
South African: 15%
Q1: Can your shoes make for our brand logo?
Sure, OEM is workable
Q2: What is your delivery time?
The delivery time is based on your quantity. Usually the products can be deliveried within 45~60 days after your placing order.
Q3: Your shoes used chemical glue , is it smelly and harmful to human health?
No, we use 100% environmental glue, AZO free test assurance, also passed by SGS and BV certificates.
10. SHOES FACTORY PART THREE
As civilizations began to develop, thong sandals (the precursors of the modern flip-flop) were worn. This practice dates back to pictures of them in ancient Egyptian murals from 4000 BC. One pair found in Europe was made of papyrus leaves and dated to be approximately 1,500 years old. They were also worn in Jerusalem during the first century of the Common Era. Thong sandals were worn by many civilizations and made from a wide variety of materials. Ancient Egyptian sandals were made from papyrus and palm leaves. The Masai of Africa made them out of rawhide. In India they were made from wood. In China and Japan, rice straw was used. The leaves of the sisal plant were used to make twine for sandals in South America while the natives of Mexico used the Yucca plant.
While thong sandals were commonly worn, many people in ancient times, such as the Egyptians, Hindus and Greeks, saw little need for footwear, and most of the time, preferred being barefoot. The Egyptians and Hindus made some use of ornamental footwear, such as a soleless sandal known as a "Cleopatra", which did not provide any practical protection for the foot. The ancient Greeks largely viewed footwear as self-indulgent, unaesthetic and unnecessary. Shoes were primarily worn in the theater, as a means of increasing stature, and many preferred to go barefoot. Athletes in the Ancient Olympic Games participated barefoot – and naked. Even the gods and heroes were primarily depicted barefoot, and the hoplite warriors fought battles in bare feet and Alexander the Great conquered his vast empire with barefoot armies. The runners of Ancient Greece are also believed to have run barefoot. Pheidippides, the first marathoner, ran from Athens to Sparta in less than 36 hours. After the Battle of Marathon, he ran straight from the battlefield to Athens to inform the Athenians of the news.