Alberto Torresi's New Summer Footwear Range

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Summer Footwear Alberto Torresi
The Summer Fashion, especially summer footwear is all about being light and carefree. It is at this stage that Alberto Torresi, an international Men's Footwear brand goes an edge further in unleashing its new range of 'Men's AT Lite' Chappals (flip flops for men) which are amazingly light and inspired by the lightness of feather. The touch of feather in your summer footwear is surely welcome.
The new summer footwear collection is designed with a special light & sturdy material to give your feet an absolutely new, untiring and awe inspiring experience. This Innovative  technology used to make this summer footwear will elevate your comfort by reducing the shoe weight to a minimal level, thus giving you the unbelievably light feeling of walking on air. So slip on your AT Lites and feel that soothing lightness, engulf your entire being, and keep you active and refreshed throughout the day.
Without an exception, these flip flops for men soar high on fashion but are highly economical. 
Price Of New Summer Footwear Collection:- Rs.1595/-
About Alberto Torresi:

ALBERTO TORRESI is a new footwear brand which has been recently launched in the Indian domestic market by the popular Virola Shoes Pvt Ltd. It is a premium men’s footwear brand which is made of 100% leather. It adds great comfort and also adds style and class to every pair of shoe. From men’s formal leather shoes and boots to casual sandals, an exclusive variety of footwear collection is available at various chain stores.

The brand is available all across India and is being popularly accepted among the people. Mr. Sushil Sachdeva, Managing Director remarks, “This season the launch of our new collection for men is indicative of the fact that there is a strong need of a value based commodity. We constantly aspire to showcase some of the finest varieties of footwear which is distinctive in appearance and unmatched in its quality.”

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Story first published: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 15:38 [IST]
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