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Novacas Shoes expands Fall Line
Jul '08
Novacas Shoes, producers of cruelty-free vegan fashionable footwear, announced that their Fall 2008 line has been accepted into more stores than any of their prior offerings. "Our Fall line is our biggest line yet," said Novacas owner Erica Kubersky. "We are offering more variety than before."

"We've expanded the styles and colors that are available, and the reaction from the retail stores has been phenomenal." Different stores have purchased different lines for resale from Novacas, from moderate-priced shows to upper end, but two styles stand out: the Pamela Boot and the Tom Shoe. Kubersky believes that the strong reaction is due to the materials they use, such as an especially high quality faux suede.

This makes the shoes sturdy and dependable, which is especially important for consumers who buy Novacas Shoes at Kubersky's retail store, Moo Shoes. "We prefer to have shoes that are classic in style so that you can wear them for years to come," continued Kubersky. "Shoes are an investment and we want our customers to feel great about our products, season after season. No one wants to open their closet and regret what they bought."

A sale of Novacas shoes to retail stores has been steadily increasing, and this season is no exception. "The number of stores that carry our product has doubled since last year, and we expect that growth to continue," said Kubersky. She believes that the increase in the number of styles and colors is a driving factor. About Novacas Novacas is vegan owned and operated business. All of their shoes are produced from the highest quality synthetics on the market. All of their shoes are produced in the European factories in accordance with the fair labor standards of the European Union.

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