Ecco launches ‘Back to School’ range
Dubai, July 4, 2012
Leading shoe brand, Ecco, has announced the launch of its ‘Back to School’ collection featuring its less-is-more philosophy with up-to-date fashion trends and state-of-the-art craftsmanship.
The range features a variety of shoes to meet the demands of discerning parents and kids, a statement from Ecco said.
The boys’ collection comes in five groups – the Sidewalk is a sporty shoe with support in the front. The Strider has velcro and comes in a fabric and leather combination giving it a very cool and sporty feel, the statement said.
The Biom Lite group is made low to the ground with natural motion technology allowing the feet to move freely. The uppers are made of full grain leather, while the comfort fibre system increases air circulation for the perfect inner climate, it said.
Junior Arlanda group is formal looking with glossy leather finish and is available in slip on and velcro versions. Finally Junior Street is sneaker-style with laces and comes in a combination of suede & leather in fashionable colours.
The girls’ collection includes Imagine which has glossy finish, elegant-looking Mary Jane-style shoes with Velcro. The other shoe in the same group is more sporty with girly details, it said.
The more formal school shoe range with matt finish for girls is called Alicia. The Biom Lite range is available for girls as well, featuring full grain leather uppers with speed lace for easy instep.
Ecco’s back-to-school lineup emphasises freedom, movement and self-expression for happy school children, the statement said.
The ‘Back to school’ collection will be available across all Ecco stores starting July 4. – TradeArabia News Service
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