The new spring '14 collection is true to our signature style with trendy details that make the line unique.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
Surf-inspired casual footwear brand, LAMO FOOTWEAR will debut the newest collection – Spring 2014 – at Surf Expo in Orlando, FL September 6th-8th. Known for their California casual chic style, LAMO Footwear’s newest collection includes classic and basic staples as well as new, trendy styles for men and women.
With over 10 new styles and colors joining the spring collection, the Laguna canvas flats are one of the latest additions to the women’s line. This casual beach shoe includes a distressed canvas exterior and ultra soft, leather cushion insole. The Laguna will be available in five colors and full and half sizes, women’s 5-11.
Among new styles for spring ’14, the Men’s line will also introduce The Barber, a sleek and classic men’s moccasin with a suede exterior and LAMO’s signature leather soft insole. Available in Emerald, Navy and Black, the Barber will also be available in full and half sizes, men’s 7-14. The Laguna’s and Barber’s, along with the entire spring 2014 collection will be available in February 2014.
LAMO Footwear will be showing at booth #1639 for the Surf Expo tradeshow on September 6th, 7th, and 8th at the South Hall of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.
About LAMO Footwear
Established by Joseph Li in 1995, the LAMO Footwear collection has since become a fashion staple for a continuously growing number of shoppers. "Our mission is to provide consistent value, quality, and comfort through our entire life and to create ideal investment pieces. While other brands have resorted to lower quality synthetics and linings, we wanted to maintain the quality of our line by using natural sheepskin fiber, which is the hallmark of our brand." LAMO Footwear ranges from $60 to $200 and is available at department stores and specialty boutiques nationwide or online at http://www.lamofootwear.com as well as internationally in Canada, South America, and Japan.