Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Shoe Shopping

I did not know, that Camper shoes are so colorful
and their shoppes so unusual decorated
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14 comments:

TeamSplashi said...

Nice phptos on the blog.I was once in Istanbul at the footbal game (I am originaly from Bosna i Hercegovina), that city is great and full of life.
Good luck with your blog.

Kate said...

Can't ever have too many boots or shoes!!

Dsole said...

I guess shoes could a real them day... I've just post a photo today too!

The Toronto Team said...

Ohh!! More shoes. I was just on the Madrid site. Today is getting better and better. I love Campers. I'm wearing my Camper clogs right now.

Ming_the_Merciless said...

I have 4 pairs of Campers shoes. I love them. They are so comfortable and yet fashionable.

Dad of Four said...

Love the grafitti on the wall....Somehow can't enlarge it!

Chuckeroon said...

Campers? Oh yes! Great design!

Jazzy said...

i love campers!

Waldo Oiseau said...

I love shoe photos, and I'm saving my pennies for a pair of "Twins"! :)

Anonymous said...

Yes I too like campers and will certainly purchase them from CouponAlbum site.

selva said...

very nice post,its interesting to go......i feel shoes have made my life one step better,because this gives much more confidence to face i thank for this Joseph seibel products

emilia said...

Hi. Can you tell me what are the prices for Camper shoes in Istanbul? i am trying to see if they are similar to those in my country - Romania. I am coming to Istanbul this summer and they are on my shopping list - I saw they are available in kanyon mall. I would be gratefull if you could let me know the average price and other locations whre I can find such shoes. Thank you. Looking forward to hearing from you. emilia

Oya said...

Hi Emilia,
Will try to go there this weekend.But I think they would be cheaper in Romania. If you hurry up you can catch discounted prices.

Emilia said...

Thank you Oya for the reply. I will arrive in Istanbul in August, I can't wait to visit the city. As for the Camper shoes, everything in Romania is more expensive than in other countries...for example these types of shoes are usually around 150 EUR. Sure, they are awsome...but still. Thank you again, and well done with the blog, it has helped me have a view of life in Istanbul.