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Inkkas 2014 collection

I've just came back from vacation and trying to sleep and making my shots sort properly. Portugal was amazing but we'll talk about it later on. During the trip I was wearing my beloved Inkkas shoes which happen to become my travel must. So as it is a must I couldn't help by inform you about very cool opportunity. You can get yourself a shoe from classic collection for only 55$, get new impressive colours and shapes for fantastic shoe - NEW collection, get a hat or a bracelet (they grew so much!). So if you wanted to get yourself a pair - jump to Kickstarter here
Just in case you've forgotten - Inkkas makes amazing 100% natural (and also vegan) sneakers in South America supporting local invironment. Every pair of Inkkas are cut, sewn and stitched by hand at the Inkkas family workshop in Peru. Inkkas shoes are made using traditional shoe making techniques that have been around for centuries. Reinforced stitching ensures that their product lasts for decades. And I can guaranty you - they are absolute comfort.

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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  1. amazing patterns!!
    Romwe giveaway on my blog!
    http://mychoicesaremystyle.blogspot.gr/2013/11/romwe-dresses-giveaway.html

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  2. Great collection! Like Inkkas!!!
    Lysa
    http://www.leblogdelysa.com

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