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|Male Footwear Shop? by MacT(m): 11:14pm On Apr 12, 2008|
Does anyone know a sensible shop that sells male footwears that make sense and are authentic?? Cause the crap sold at Ojuelegba, Ikeja are just nauseating. Don't really know about the Island, but if anyone can give a particular shop or street that does, that would be nice.
|Re: Male Footwear Shop? by uncleb(m): 5:23pm On Apr 18, 2008|
I WONDER WHY PPLE DONT RESPOND TO USEFUL POST LIKE TIS THAT COULD BENEFIT SOMEONE ELSE,
U WUD HAV SEEN INNUMERABLE RESPONSES IF THE TOPIC WAS ON ROMANCE
AM EQUALLY ON THE LOOK FOR A SHOP WHERE QUALITY OF ITEM SOLD IS GUARANTEE
I REMEMBER BUYING A PAIR OF SHOE FOR 6.5K IN DEC 2005 AND THE FOLLOWING DAY IT GOT TORN OFF,
BOUGHT ANOTHER FOR 7K NOV 2006, THOUGH THE LEATHER IS OKAY BUT THE SOLE WAS NOT GOOD, I HAD TO CHANGE IT SOM MONTHS AFTER.
I RESULTED TO LOCALLY MADE ONES FOR 2.5K BUT NOT MY TASTE,
PPLE THAT KNOW SHOPS WHERE QUALITY AND AUTHENTIC FOOTWEARS ARE SOLD SHUD PLS HELP US OUT
|Re: Male Footwear Shop? by funkybaby(f): 12:52pm On Apr 19, 2008|
I'll personally recommend LAND OF PLENTY-LOP (boutique) on KOFO ABAYOMI STREET off OZUMBA MBADIWE STREET, Victoria Island.
It is just few blocks away from Nigerian Institute of International Affairs building.
They stock a wide range of quality and authentic men shoes (casual and formal), clothes and accessories.
|Re: Male Footwear Shop? by iice(f): 2:27pm On Apr 19, 2008|
Sorry but this killed me ahahahhaahahahaha
I remember buying palms slippers for my brothers and friends, i thought they were sturdy/durable. Mhennnn the 2nd day, the soles came off blah blah, then i was told i had to have the soles sown in Why do i have to spend money to buy something and then spend again to have it sown so that it wont fall apart?
Any place in Abj?
|Re: Male Footwear Shop? by king tut(m): 12:17pm On Apr 21, 2008|
I would suggest you just take a walk through Market street on the Island, you would be suprised at what you would see.
take your pick although I have a particular place I make my purchases.
Its a small shanty shop,where they try to kill you for your money.
you always make a negotiation and settle for a price that suits you.
the guys' number is 08023162588.
his name is Amori.
give him a try.
he often travels to import his shoes.
|Re: Male Footwear Shop? by lucabrasi(m): 3:33am On Apr 22, 2008|
its cheaper to send your money to a trusted person in europe,especially italy or uk during the summer sales where you ll get a lot of bargains because shoes in nigeria are over priced,as well as not being of good quality
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