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Step up in rainy season with Bata's monsoon collection
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Jun '12

 

Bata, India’s largest footwear retailer presents the monsoon collection marked with its unique and distinctive style forthe fashion conscious men and women. Bata brings the best of styles in footwear across Sunshine, Sandak & Bata & I under the monsoon range. The collection includes a wide variety of flip-flops, jelly bellies, sandals & floaters in vibrant colors which not only adds color to your outfit but also brightens your day.

For women, the brand offers a versatile range in perforated rubber plastic materials to provide utmost comfort this rainy season. Interesting colorful straps with floral motifs make these all weather footwear exciting to wear without the fear of ruining them. The collection is available in bright and sassy shades of purple, reds, orange and pink.

Men can enjoy the splash of rains in a pair of Sandak chappals or floaters available in this collection. The range varies in earthy shades as well as tones of grey and deep blues. Sturdy straps on top are the most reliable with a combination of tough materials and durable soles to suit the weather requirements. The collection is a vision of effortless fun and frolic this season.

Bata has been holding a unique place in the hearts of Indians for more than 75 years. Probably the only footwear brand that offers footwear and accessories for the entire family, Bata has redefined the modern footwear industry in India. It has established a leadership position in the industry and is the most trusted name in branded footwear.

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