Toe Zone

Leand, Judy
May 2004
SGB;May2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, Special Section p4
Trade Publication
Evaluates several sport and casual sandals offered by various sporting goods companies in the U.S. Two strap land sandal from Dunham; Terra-Fi from Teva Woven; ACG Air Deschutz Guide II from Nike; Waterfall from Merrell; Trail Cruiser DMX from Reebok.


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