Online Shoe Shop Transparent PVC Heels Surom Boat Footwear Range Announced

A wide range of affordable and fashionable footwear ranges have been announced by Shoecartel. The online shoe store offers a selection of footwear and accessories for men and women.

Oberiberg, Switzerland - January 13, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Shoecartel have announced that they stock a wide range of affordable footwear for men and women. The online retailer offers a selection of boots shoes, pumps and accessories.

For more information please visit the website here: http://shoecartel.com

Shoecartel is an online footwear retailer catering for men and women. The team behind Shoecartel explain that they are a team of enthusiastic developers and entrepreneurs who got together to combine their knowledge and experience to create their web store.

Their main aim is to provide an easy, pleasant and hassle free shopping experience where their customers can find what they need. They are committed to offering the best prices, frequent promotions and seasonal sales on the best quality products.

The company stocks a wide range of footwear for men and women. The large selection of footwear includes boots, shoes, pumps and vulcanize shoes. The store also stocks a selection of shoes accessories. These accessories include insoles, glow in the dark laces, anti-slip shoes covers for ice, waterproof overshoes shoe covers and orthopedic accessories among many more.

The women’s section features several fashionable footwear styles that have been seen trending in celebrity circles. For example, the store is currently stocking PVC transparent strappy high heel sandals. These shoes feature a clear ankle strap, a clear toe strap and a clear, eight centimeter heel. These shoes have a barely there appearance, which when combined with the heel height gives the look of longer and leaner legs. They also match almost any outfit.

One of the latest arrivals in the men’s section is the Surom breathable boat shoes. These lightweight, casual boat shoes have a flexible rubber sole, a breathable mesh upper and a cotton fabric lining which creates a shoe which is sweat absorbent, light and breathable. These shoes are available in three different colors and are ideal companions for many outfits.

Those wishing to find out more about Shoecartel and their range of footwear can visit the website on the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Peter Brand
Email: info@dynamic-enterprise.org
Organization: Dynamic Enterprise AG
Address: 3 Tschalunstrasse , Oberiberg, Schwyz 8843, Switzerland
Phone: +41-55-535-70-40

For more information, please visit http://shoecartel.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 287095

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