There are many reasons to love San Antonio, nestled deep in the heart of Texas. Perhaps you need a convention site, or a romantic getaway, or a place to shop or a stylish, comfort-driven, handmade pair of shoes…all are here in our unique city. Today, I am taking you to our cool shopping district re-purposed from an original concrete quarry, QUARRY MARKET. And while shopping, romance, and conventions are all important…we want to talk about what women really love….SHOES!
As I said, Quarry Market was originally a working concrete quarry and it’s focal point includes the actual smokestacks. Sitting at their base you will find one of the many retail outlets for SAS SHOES.
SAN ANTONIO SHOES (SAS) began in 1976 by co-founders Terry Armstrong and Lew Hayden. They had observed a national trend of diminishing quality and cheap manufacturing, so they set a new standard for footwear with superb craftsmanship and extraordinary comfort.
They still make hand-crafted shoes in San Antonio today and offer the world unparalleled fit …there are 88 sizes for women and 104 sizes for men. The leather is soft, supple, and beyond comfortable.
I will tell you confidently the shoes I am wearing in this post are the most comfortable pair I own.
They are THE JOY in TAUPE (I love it that I found a shoe called JOY)!!
SAS shoes may be purchased in any of the 200+ retailers located in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Korea, Kuwait, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Panama, Chile, Italy, Israel and England. They are an American success story originally driven by an obsession for fit and quality.
Now, get excited everyone…one of you is going to win a pair of these stylish, comfortable shoes valued up to $220! There is no purchase necessary to enter…however, it is not open to international winners…you must live in the United States to win. Just follow the Rafflecopter!
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I received this pair of San Antonio Shoemakers shoes for consideration and
review, and this post is sponsored. The opinions expressed are my own.