New Zealand – New Zealand based online shoe shopping platform, Soccer-spikes.co.nz will now provide heavy discounts as a part of its season sale offer to shoe fanatics. The announcement came in yesterday after the members decided to bring a flash sale period to customers; something that didn’t happen for a long time. The football boots are priced decently, keeping in mind the average buyers’ pocket pinch.
“We know what it means to buy branded shoes from houses like Nike and Adidas, so we have kept this sale and that too all of a sudden after a joint decision was taken. But items like jerseys, balls or other equipment are not included in the sale. But football boots are the real craze, so you should make the most of this offer,” came a reply from a team member who was asked about this sudden plan of a flash sale.
The shoes from Nike are quite cheap and can be availed in a plethora of shades and designs. In particular are items from Nike Mercurial Superfly , which is currently one of the top favorites for the masses. “For those who are aware of this must also know how the cleats from this line will pave the way for making it big in the next level. One has to wear it and then understand why the famous football players all over the world rely on the brand,” said a chief spokesperson for the company.
Even Adidas Nemeziz is enjoying flat offers to bring in more customers to the table. The shades being the main attraction, the pairs also offer exceptional speed and grip while one is out on the fields. As the spokesperson said, “We have received rave reviews from our buyers about how they benefited wearing this line, so we had to include it in our flash sale period.”
The press meet held last day saw the CEO in a very positive mood about the sales. He said, “It is not every day that we have these offers and discounts pouring in. But this time we felt like doing, given the demands of our loyalist and also to pull in more buyers.”
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Soccer-spikes.co.nz is one of the premier football boots’ companies in New Zealand.
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