Sanuk Sandals: His and Hers

Last Saturday, the hubby and I had an impromptu road trip to Sta. Rosa City in Laguna. I had three locations in mind which we visited one after the other: Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Nuvali and Solenad (1 and 2). At Solenad 2, the hubby chanced upon a Sanuk sale which he wasn’t able to resist.

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So, we now both have a pair of Sanuk footwear (first-timers here). His is a pair of Fraid Not sandals in gray (discounted at P995) while mine is a pair of Yoga Mat Wedge sandals in beige (discounted at P1,000). They were sold at 50% off and the hubby couldn’t be happier about it. I am still on shopping fast but he was generous enough to get me a pair. He said I’ll look kawawa (poor thing) if he has a pair and I don’t have my own. Awwwww, thanks again my love!


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Sanuk is known for its comfy sandals (not “shoes” as per their marketing blurb). Based from its website, the brand started in 1997 and continues to attract many consumers from around the world. The hubby and I love our new Sanuk sandals . It’s magic how we could walk in them for hours without getting our feet hurt or exhausted. They’re made from high-quality materials that are durable and comfy at the same time. Mine even has a “squish-fit footbed” that takes the shape of my feet upon wearing. The hubby said buying our Sanuk sandals was a good decision on his part. I couldn’t agree more.

Did I mention the hubby also bought a new pair of shoes from the Adidas outlet store at Paseo? It seemed to me he was really in a shoe shopping mode that day. Haha. :)

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