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Weekly Feature: Raising awareness on the return home

Charlie Bauman has been biking across Canada for over three months in order to raise funds for World Vision, a charity organization that is close to his heart. During his journey, he has encountered many different individuals and many different situations. Through it all, his initial goal of raising $1 for every kilometre cycled remains the same.…

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Weekly Feature: Lowa

The season of autumn means many things to many different people. For most, however, it means cooler temperatures, hiking, and wrapping up last minute summer projects, such as landscaping, before the snow begins to fall. Because most of us spent our summer in sandals or barefoot at the lake, the last thing we intend to…

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Weekly Feature: Neos

Although the calendar still says we’re in the season of summer, the temperatures and weather conditions seem to state otherwise. As the temperatures drop and the fall approaches quickly, it’s time to start thinking about protecting your footwear. Not all footwear is designed to endure wet conditions or salt from the roads. Should that stop…

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Weekly Feature: P.W. Minor

Do you often spend a great deal of time searching for shoes that fit your feet properly? Perhaps you need extra depth to assist with ankle control and support. Or maybe you need shoes that allow for various corrective or supportive assistants such as orthotics or highly customized orthopedic devices and/or braces. Well, look no…

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Weekly Feature: Flip flops

September’s approaching quickly and that can only mean the warm days of summer won’t be here forever. Are you living vicariously through your summer footwear in an attempt to get the last few beach days in? Year after year, studies are done on the trendy footwear that many folks wear consistently throughout the summer months. And,…

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Weekly Feature: Berkemann

Looking for footwear that has a genuine history behind them? Do you desire a pair of shoes with a supporting arch? Berkemann shoes may be the right fit for you. In 1885, Heinrich Ad. Berkemann began his claim to fame, by producing beautiful, comfortable, and well-fitting shoes. Fortunately for Berkemann, ingenuity joined quality and the…

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Weekly Feature: “Doing it for the children”

Charlie Bauman has been on the road for over a month now. He’s making his way from Elmira, ON, to the state of Alaska. His goal is to raise funds for World Vision Canada to assist impoverished children and families. And he’s doing it all on a bicycle. Charlie began biking for World Vision last…

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Weekly Feature: Naot

When Kibbutz Naot Mordechai founded the kibbutz shoe factory, it was a one room workshop that made simple work shows and sandals. Today, it has become an international business and Israel’s leading manufacturer and exporter of shoes. Naot manufactures a large variety of footwear with a unique anatomical footpad. The footpad is a “negative” print…

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Weekly Feature: Romika

The ROMIKA brand was first established in 1922 when Mr. Hans Rollman, Mr. Karl Michael, and Mr. Karl Kaufman decided to start a business using the first two letters of their surnames to  create a brand name RO MI KA. This name “became a synonym for high quality premium footwear products worldwide” (ROMIKA, 2006). When…

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Weekly Feature: Etonic

Etonic began in 1876 when Charles A. Eaton opened his first shoe factory in Brockton, MA. Originally known as C. A. Eaton Co., it was the largest manufacturer of boots and shoes for allied troops during World War I. By 1945, Eaton had ventured into manufacturing golf shoes where he quickly gained a reputation for leading-edge…

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