Trendy and affordable shoes, sandals, bags, wallets, leather belts and pouch bags dominate this year’s ” Sapatos Festival”.
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Marikina is not only known for her rich heritage landmarks, churches, museums and food, but also the shoe industry. Among the patrons of the shoe industry is the former first lady Imelda R. Marcos, President Rodrigo Duterte, countless of local and international celebrities.
A trip to the city is incomplete without shopping for shoes, sandals and other leather crafts.
sapatos festival tent
Trendy and Affordable
The designs are trendy and affordable to all age brackets and lifestyles.
Azulis bag collection
Valentino shoes since 1932
There were 48 shoe manufacturers participated in the festival, which features quality and affordable shoes, bags, belts and other leather products made by Marikina’s craftsmen.
Shoes, sandals, leather goods sold at the bazaar range from at P200 to P3,000.
I took time to explore the booths within the center.
Checkpoint Shoes had nice trendy designs, quality materials and yet affordable. The shoes can be worn as casual, semi-formal and formal affairs. They also have casual shoes which can be worn by men and women.
The company also maintains 4 outlet stores which includes : Marikina Trade Fair, Marikina Shoe Gallery, Shoe Center- Greenhills, San Juan, Park Mall, Cebu.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/checkpointshoes/
Contact : 645-3654
Vestrada Fashion Bags
Vestrada Fashion Bags had pouch bags, ladies bags and bags for teenagers and men.
Dream Step Shoes
Dream Step Shoes with colorful designs
Tatay Orlando Santos, 71, who made the shoes worn by President Duterte in his last State of the Nation Address.
The shoe festival will run until Dec. 29 in the city’s Freedom Park in Barangay Sta. Elena. There is no entrance fees and the general public is invited to come and shop.
Schedule : Sundays to Thursdays – 9:00 am to 7:00 pm , Fridays to Saturdays 9:00 am to 8:00pm
How to Commute:
Then, walked about 10 minutes towards the Freedom Park within the Marikina Cityhall grounds.