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Hameedia launches full grain leather Envoy shoe collection


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Hameedia, Sri Lanka’s leading menswear specialist has launched Envoy Shoes for the man about town. 

This exciting new range of casual shoes – Envoy Sport – adds style and comfort for the complete man. Made from full grain leather and thermoplastic rubber (TPR) sole with absolute comfort for travelling and other activities, this lightweight shoe collection is long lasting, more breathable and manages moisture better which help to wear the shoe for a longer period of time. This casual shoe range by Envoy Sport is now available at Envoy Mansion and all Hameedia showrooms. The range will be available in sizes 40-44 in Black, Brown and Tan colours. Dressing well gives the confidence you need to succeed and dressing to impress and looking sharp can be game-changers in any sphere of life.

“Shoes are sometimes just a last thought in dressing for an occasion, or even for every day or casual outings,” Hameedia Managing Director Fouzul Hameed said. “But shoes play an important – and integral role – in completing your look, and you should choose your shoes wisely and with your fashion sense in mind. We at Hameedia, always give customers the very best in quality and this range of shoes is an example of the highest quality in men’s shoes at affordable prices.”

Since its inception in 1949, Hameedia has cemented its place as the preferred menswear specialist in Sri Lanka with its world-class quality, custom tailoring and ready-made clothing. The company continues to make its presence felt locally and internationally with Hameedia outlets across Sri Lanka and stores in the Seychelles, Maldives and Australia respectively. Along with its own branded clothing and accessories, which includes FH, Envoy, Le Bond and Signature, Hameedia also showcases international brands such as Raymond, Lee and Adidas.


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