Take a Peak
Do you love sportswear, especially stylish sports shoes but can’t afford to have a stylish Nike shoes or a pair of Adidas or Converse. Don’t worry, the affordable yet stylish sport shoes that is making waves in China, Asia-Pacific, North America, United States, and Europe have landed the Philippine land to fit-in in your feet like the prince of Cinderella carrying a stylish classy shoe yet own by the Cinderella.
The sports brand I am talking about is Peak. Take a Peak brand of shoe and you will see as if you are already wearing a Nike, Converse or Adidas shoes. For aside from its stylish sporty look, it is affordable and high-quality crafted. Moreover, it is even endorsed by famous NBA Players Ron Artest of the Los Angeles Lakers, Shane Battier of Houston Rockets, Sasha Vujacic of Log Angeles Lakers, and Jason Kidd of Dallas Mavericks. Their high sale in China, United States, and other countries where it is available proves that it is a high quality sports shoe, for people will not buy it if it is not.
But, Peak is not only concentrated on crafting sporty stylish sports shoes but also some sports apparels. Thus, you can match up the Peak shoe with some Peak sports apparels.
However, though this imported shoes have landed the Philippine market and wanted to conquer the footwear and sportswear department, a true blooded Pinoy will not exchange originally crafted original Filipino shoes, like those in Marikina city for an imported one, except only if the Filipino shoe makers do not do well their job of providing their fellow Filipinos a product which every Filipino could be proud of and wherein the Philippines could export it into another countries.
So far, I never know yet about an original Filipino sports shoe brand in the market but almost are imported sports shoes. Perhaps, it’s time for Filipinos to take the big leap of faith to compete against the famous and best selling sports shoes like Nike, Converse and Adidas; and now Peak, if those Filipino shoe makers in Marikina city desire their shoes to outdone the imported ones in the market and make Filipinos proud of their shoes; even more Filipinos loves to play basketball. Thus, perhaps the Marikina city shoe makers should concentrate on making all original Filipino sports shoe to their fellow Filipino basketball players or to PBA (Philippine Basketball Association) to be the official sports shoe rather than making the imported sports shoes the official sports shoe of the Philippine Basketball Association for their Filipino basketball players.