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Cushe Footwear arrives just in time for summer

by Chris
9 comments

Last Friday, I was invited to the launching of a new UK-based footwear brand named Cushe (pronounced as cushy). They seem to be a promising brand and it’s good that they arrived just in time for summer.

Their product launching was held in Trinoma and it featured bands, graffiti artists and so much more. I was there and I had a glimpse of the event as well as their product line.

Bands at the Cushe launch

Cushe’s product line includes outstanding shoes and sandals. Check out a few of them below:


Perhaps Cushe’s top of the line product which is currently available is their Manuka Fearless Sandals. They come in different colors. The one I have below is the Neon Carbon color variant which is a sure stand out. It feels comfortable to wear and it makes you feel like you’re feet is on a cradle. Just check out the design plus the molded outsoles on the edge.

And just in case you were wondering, the pair comes with a free hanger (the orange thing on the right). That hanger is actually a boomerang too. You can play with it when you are on the beach or resort with your family and friends this summer.

Check out more photos of their shoes and sandals below.Click the images to zoom.


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9 comments

Marky March 16, 2010 - 7:40 am

Chris how much is the Manuka Fearless Sandals?
And where are the branches of Cushe here in the Philippines?

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Jim March 16, 2010 - 2:42 pm

They gave you a nice freebie too!

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Dhon March 16, 2010 - 6:28 pm

Like their style! 🙂

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Chris March 17, 2010 - 3:29 pm

The Manuka Fearless costs 1,590 Pesos (suggested retail price). They have a store in Trinoma. I think there are many more stores to open soon.

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gerard june b. fuentes June 3, 2011 - 5:57 pm

Cushe TriNoma, M3 Level, TriNoma Mall, QC
Cushe Newport Mall, Resorts World, Pasay City
Cushe Mobile Booth, 5th Level Shangri-la Mall
Cushe Mobile Booth, Festival Mall Alabang
Team Manila Lifestyle Store, Rockwell
Planet Sports, Ayala Center Glorietta, Makati
Planet Sports, Powerplant Mall, Rockwell
The Shoe Shop, Powerplant Mall, Rockwell
The Shoe Shop, Alabang Town Center
The Shoe Shop, Greenhills
Urban Athletics, Greenbelt 3, Makati City
Islands and More NAIA Terminal 3
Islands and More Island City Mall, Bohol
Islands and More, The Tides Hotel, Boracay
Islands and More, ATK, Cebu (across Shangrila Mactan)
Islands and More Flagship Store, Cebu
CitiBeach, Subic
Signature Brands, Subic
The Bay Outlet, Subic

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pol September 25, 2011 - 9:31 pm

ok ba ang manuka fearless, kpag nka jeans?

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Chris September 26, 2011 - 1:56 pm

pol – jeans? I think it’s better if you’re wearing shorts.

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giev February 27, 2013 - 7:17 am

it was essential for me at that time that i had to buy a replacement for the walk i had during the hot air baloon festival at clark. i went to marquee and found a comfy shoes – cushe. now im back in quezon city, it’s my third day since and i have to go to trinoma this afternoon to buy another pair, not too flat, so comfortable yet not as expensive as the more famous u.s. brands.

thank you cushe.

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Shorouq October 14, 2015 - 1:30 pm

I think Gravity Defyer shoes are the handpicked inioetvnn by their founders because they are dedicated to bring pain relief footwear, using authentic material in their shoes and sandals to provide complete comfort especially when you’re walking or running on uneven surfaces you don’t need any other shoe if you have Gravity Defyer’s collection. In last 8-9 months I bought 3 casual shoes and a stylish sandal from this brand and so far my complaining of making uncomfortable shoes have discharged because now I’m using these comfortable shoes.

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