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- You International Trade Company
- Phone: +8615392181228
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We supply many kinds of shoes for adult and kids with OEM, including sneakers, ballerinas, led shoes and sandals
Meanwhile, we also offer service for stock shoes with wholesale and retail, more information you can get from our sale team.
We would like to build up friendship, trust and long term cooperation with our clients. We aim to be our clients’ reliable partners in China.
1. products Introduction of the red and white running shoes
White sneakers with brown sole for boys and girls.
White sneakers with different textures, detailed with burgundy stripes in the lateral.
Lace up closure and brown sole.
Upper in synthetic material component and insole, lining in textile.
2. Products Specification
Place of Original
Jinjiang City, China (Mainland)
800 pairs for each color, 2 to 3 colors per style
Upper: Leather (Suede)+PU
28-36 (EU SIZE)
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter
Sport, running, casual, daily
3. Product pictures
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
You can depend on high quality service. We will treat every mail with 24 hours (Usually much faster)
We guarantee after sales support with effective service coordination from our experienced service team work.
In time delivery will be ensured. Otherwise please claim compensation when it is delayed.
7. Factory Profile
Quanzhou Body-fits Co.,Ltd Products includes following:
Men sport shoes/ Mens running shoes/ Mens casual shoes/ Mens canavs shoes/ Mens outdoors/ Mens boots/ Mens slippers/ Mens flip flops/Mens sandals
Women sport shoes/ Women running shoes/ Women casual shoes/ Women canavs shoes/ Women outdoors/ Women boots/ Women fashion shoes/ Women slippers/ Women flip flops/Ladies high heels
Kids sport shoes/ Kids running shoes/ Kids casual shoes/ Kids canavs shoes/ Kids led shoes/ Kids boots/ Kids ballerinas/ Kids slippers/ Kids flip flops/ Girls ballerinas
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:Have you shown all design on the website?
A4:No, we just show the typical designs on the website to let you know what kinds of shoes we can do, if you are interest, contact us for latest catalogue. You own design is welcome for us. If you like one some styles for brands, we can make some change and add your logo.
Q2 How to order?
Please send us your purchase order by email or call us sales, then we can make you proforma invoice under your request.
We need to know the following information for your order before sending you PI.
1) Product information-Quantity, Specification(Size, Material, Technological, and Packing requirements etc.)
2) Delivery time required.
3) Shipping information-Company name, Street address, Phone&Fax number, Destination sea port.
4) Forwarder's contact details if there's any in China.
Q3 Could I use own Brand?
Yes, the OEM can be accepted .We can make woman shoes and boots with your brand.
10. Running shoes History Part Three
To get at the history of sneaker culture, though—and our current global obsession with what shoes say about our style and our status—one has to look farther back. Near the display case with the oldest extant running shoe sits a surprisingly modern-looking Converse high-top from 1917. It’s a bit crumbly looking, but otherwise strikingly similar to what many of us wear now, 98 years later—at least, visually speaking. (Notably, Converse just announced that it has redesigned the classic for the first time since its 1917 debut.) But as curator Elizabeth Semmelhack argues, despite some superficial similarities, much has changed in terms of who wears sneakers and why.
“A lot of people assume that sneaker went from humble to prestigious,” Semmelhack tells Newsweek. Instead, she posits that sneaker-wearing started out as something prestigious, with the rise of upper-middle-class industrialists and their desire to express their status through leisure activities
It was only after that privileged group adopted sneakers that wearing them began to catch on. Manufacturing the materials became easier (one small piece of text in the exhibit alludes to the exploitation of land and of colonized workers to cultivate rubber) and, over the decades, the rubber-soled footwear became more widespread. This coincided with an increased desire for fresh air and exercise as an “antidote to urban ills,” such as cramped living and working conditions.