Sunday, December 18, 2011

Blog Giveaway #7 - Boxfresh Shoes

I have size 13 feet. Buying shoes for me in the Philippines is like looking for a needle in a haystack, or as I have previously blogged, is like a Cinderella story. Believe me, I have grown frustrated asking almost everywhere if they have sizes for my big feet. Most often than not, if not all the time, the answer is no. I hate it when after answering that they do not have my size, they will instantly look at my feet, as if I have a disease of some sorts. #TRUESTORY.

Anyway, this year, I was very happy when I finally found BOXFRESH, an early New York / Hip-hop inspired East London brand, which meant a pair of trainers being literally "fresh out of the box". It hails itself as "The Original British Streetwear brand".

The "Boxfresh" definition is "someone or something that is new and cool or innovative in a fashion sense." The authentic British Streetwear is multi-cultured, intelligent, witty, sleek and expressive, independent and always fresh.

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Boxfresh apparel and footwear caters to the sophisticated urban street culture, mixing grungy overtones with sleek cuts and polished lines. Heralding the heroes of the street from musicians, performers, artists and creatives, we believe that "The sidewalk is the new catwalk".

For the latter part of the year, until December 31, Boxfresh has a promotion for people with big feet. You know as they say, BIG FEET MEANS BIG.....SHOES, of course! And Boxfresh is one of my trusted brands to provide shoes for people who have big feet like myself.

BOXFRESH PROMOTION: Print this photo-coupon and get 50% off on Selected Boxfresh shoes in participating RES|TOE|RUN and Bratpack outlets nationwide! (Limited time offer only). This coupon is valid for Size 11-13 US only. Not applicable in the following shoe styles - Zelos, Aidos, Ember 2, Khyke Tartan, Dalston. Valid only until December 31, 2011. One coupon per transaction only.


Also, in the spirit of the season, The Philippines and Beyond will be giving away a pair of Boxfresh shoes to one lucky reader for him or her to enjoy. Read the mechanics below on how to join in the Blog Christmas Giveaway. Merry Christmas! :)

HOW TO WIN A PAIR OF BOXFRESH SHOES:



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Boxfresh 2011 Footwear Collection:
Boxfresh 2011 Footwear Collection

70 comments:

  1. cool shoes. hoping to win this one.

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  2. this would fit my boyfriend.. :p

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  3. I want a new pair of shoes this Christmas! I should win! HIHI <3

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  4. My boyfriend has been raving about those black Swich Nylons ohmygoodness, it'll be so awesome to win those!!

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  5. Out of the box huh? Among us dormers, good food doesn't really exist since it's either cup noodles or expensive, bland tasting food from canteens. We all were tired of the usual food so I experimented with instant food to spice up me and my roommates gastronomic experience in school: I made no-bake cheesecake, cooked pesto macaroni (which went REALLY well with Sky Flakes!), mashed hardboiled eggs then mixed it with various condiments then served with Sky Flakes (again), and many more food experiments, which thankfully were all liked by my roommates :)) I guess it's nice to have "home-cooked" food once in a while in our school days :)

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  6. When we had a fine dining event at school, I had a vintage dress which caught the attention of my friends. It was a simple expression of my sense of style :)

    Anyway, I'm joining for my boyfriend. lol

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  7. i have been tweeting, and posting on my fb page that i need new shoes. boxfresh shoes will surely be one of my options.

    hope to get one for free!

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  8. and just awhile ago, we had our high school batch christmas dinner. everyone was supposed to wear a tie but for me, i chose a red glossy tie from sahara. red is the color of christmas. 1 step ahead of everyone else.

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  9. this will be a perfect chirstmas gift for dad! crossing my fingers to win ^_^

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  10. i wear my sneakers {or my flipflops, whichever fits my mood at the moment} to just about anywhere, yes, including hotels + formal functions. I am just not at all comfortable with being "formal" + all the hoopla surrounding it. fashion for me is all about ultimate comfort + being comfortable in one's skin....

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  11. big feet that's me. boxfresh shoes would be an ideal christmas gift for me. praying to win your cool contest.

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  12. I've heard about box fresh, I'm curious about its quality. Hoping to win a pair so I can try it out. :D

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  13. I like the Swich Nylon shoes on the catalogue. It looks nice. Praying hard to win one for Christmas from this cool promo.

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  14. i wear attractive sandals and slippers <3 (my comfy babies)

    i wanna win this for dad! he will surely love this.

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  15. it was in a mall I get farted loud... out of the blue all of the sales ladies look at me.. and even the costumer. I told them we that my daughter..

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  16. An out of the box experience for me was when I decided to use our car cover as a blanket during picnic time at UP for I forgot to bring one. :) Cool and comfy naman so oks lang (^_^)

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  17. this should fit me...very nice giveaway!

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  18. just 3 weeks ago, i had my tattoos at my back. i wore this ripped back shirt in a party and everyone was stoned! they love my outfit, specially my tatts.

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  19. nice.. awesome to have a new pair of shoes before 2012. last time I bought a new pair was 5 yrs ago ... :/

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  20. At my kids school, they were asking for moms who can sing and dance, and of course all of us moms there was "duh! kakahiya kaya!" but since this is for fun and just to savor the moments, i volunteer and since then if there's a program or event they invite me to have a part of the program and share what i got, hehe!

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  22. this is a perfect gift for my honey.. for sure he will love this.. :)

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  23. I want to have this shoes for my dad :)

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  24. Out of the box. Haha. Well way back in high school, we had this project in recycling. I made a doll out of egg shell, bottle and some colored paper. Lucky me, my teacher gave me a grade of 100 for that and won Most creative. :))

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  25. i want this shoes for christmas.

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  26. oh no. i so love to win a pair of this one. this would be my luckiest xmas if this wish of mine would come true.

    anyway, the last time i had good shoes was in high school and that's five years ago. I'll treasure the shoes very much if i happen to get the reward, thanks!

    god bless everyone.

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  27. innovative... uhmmm. my friends complimented my look when i used my new set of clothes...

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  28. On a friend's birthday, I forgot to bring the flowers my barkada bought for her, but there are no flower shops nearby.

    So what I did was look for colorful paper at a nearby store, and made origami flowers with stalks instead, and wrapped them in a bouquet. She loved it and said she prefers them over the real flowers that wilt and die.

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  29. I had one class where we are supposed to innovate, making a web tool. Having a "fresh out of the box" idea, I successfully managed to finish the task, making an online crowdsource tool for asking prices in stores.

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  30. out of the box? creating new ways / ideas in presenting reports so as not to make it dull

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  31. Out of the box experience? Well that was when I was in 3rd year highschool. We had a fashion show and of course, my shoes were the star of the day. lol.. it was fun.. ;)

    Gessa Marie C

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  32. Well we use to have boring xmas party because there were only six of us in the office so i thought..even if my officemates are moms already why don't we try "cosplay" as our theme =).. it was silly but fun =)

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  33. my out of the box experience was when i give birth to my baby,i never thought i would be that brave to endure all the pain:)

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  34. Everyday is a fresh out of the box moment because I stand and raised myself to be unique amongst everyone.

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  35. My fresh out the box experience? It was a beyond the box solution to an online dilemma of being unable to send and receive a large file thru email: http://xvr.in/Wc

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  36. This a perfect Christmas gift to me. :)

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  37. my innovative work is being part of 4P's here in real municipal hall and being volunteer in creating ID for them

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  38. Back in College me and classmates always go out after every exam week. to relieve stress and also to drees to impress. we are out eating in a resto when i spilled marana sauce on my shirt. embarassing i know. just when i thought of going home to just sleep it off i remebered i had a couple of ribbons and my friends have hair clips in their bag. i immidiately borrowed it and covered my the spot where i spilled the sauce onto my shirt. walla instant wardrobe makeover. thats what thinking on your toes.

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  39. I love to cook and also bake. One day, when I was trying to cook a recipe, there are 2 or more ingredients that I lack at home. I looked in all the cabinets and cupboards to replace the ones in the recipe. Well, it was worth experimenting. It tastes really good.

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  40. Superb.. super like it.. i want this for christmas

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  41. I had class one day at 7:30am,. Didn't realize that I had no clothes to wear.... So I just wore my sleeping clothes. Hehehhe.

    Ning
    luning_ning@yahoo.com

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  43. Had multiple activities scheduled for the week, aside from reports to be prepared. I had to stay calm and cool amidst all the pressures... time management, networking and a little delegating helped me accomplish everything successfully.

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  44. One event where in I become innovative is when I was asked to design a costume for our "Nutrition week" at school. It was only a week before the event and I am rushing things out. Fortunately, the costume i made won first place. It's inspired by Greek myth, Athena, particularly.

    Maybe, it's true that I work best when under pressure. :)

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  46. This should go for my always on the go boyfriend :)

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  47. I was one of the masters of ceremony at our Highschool Prom Night, back in grade school I was the most quiet girl in class with the softest voice! Imagine fresh!

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  48. Goodluck to me! It looks fabuluous and trendy! Liked your page and reviews!

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  49. Its when I created a Christmas tree using used prepaid cards! It won on a contest!

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  50. Its when I created a parol using plastic bottles and used office papers! It won a exemplary prize for DOST!

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  51. Really love the shoes! I wish i could win it as my Christmas Gift! Gotta have one !!! Like!

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  52. fresh out of the box? Uhmm? I remember one time during college days since we are being trained as good public servants with my idea we came up with an activity of helping others. Instead of the usual NSTP class we went to a place that could be possibly in need of our help. We gather the children and set up a story telling session for a month, ofcourse we conducted feeding program. And if i am only blessed with such resources maybe until now i continuesly do the same

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  53. Great styles! My father will definitely like these shoes. He's a hardworking tricycle driver and a loving father. Hoping I could give him one for this holiday season. Merry Christmas to everybody! =)

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  54. cool shoes...want to have that pair for christmas :)

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  55. My mind became "fresh out of the box" in a so-called quest on how to win tickets for the BEP concert. I was scouting for a certain place and had my girlfriend and cousins looking over twitter for clues, until voila! i won! :)

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  56. always out of the box answers to those kulit and pasaway students

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  57. My fresh out of the box moment was when me and my friends joined this amazing race in UP, we had a very hard time going thru the next destinations by walking because the place is of course, very big! We are not also allowed to bring money with us so we cannot ride the ikot jeepneys. Due to our tamang diskarte and doing what the drivers told us to do, we were able to convince the jeepneys for a hitch-ride! We won the race as champions. ;)

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  58. My fresh out of the box moment was during our org's general assembly stage performance, we only had a few practice sessions and we are so not prepared. There were times that I would almost forget my supposed-to-be lines but then I'll come up with lines that are wittier ones and it cracks up the audience with laughter! I never knew that I would blurt out such funny lines! It turned out to be my best stage performances (impromptu style) ever!

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  59. MY FRESH OUT OF THE BOX MOMENT WAS DURING OUR SPORTSFEST AND WE HAD A PRACTICE SESSION FOR CHEERING AND OTHER SPORTS. WE DON'T HAVE ANY WATER SUPPLY DURING THAT TIME SO WE PLANNED TO HAVE BOOTH FOR US PLAYERS TO ACCOMMODATE ALL OF THE STUDENTS

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  60. Share an event or a situation where you have been innovative, or "fresh out of the box", in fashion or in your respective fields (work, school, home, etc...) and how did it go?

    Well you know fresh graduates? When we're just BURSTING with idealism? That would be it for me: I was able to bring this sort of idealism and eagerness into my scholarship interview several months ago. And I guess I was able to charm my panelists with it.

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  61. I am on a tight budget this Christmas so instead of buying gift wrappers, I used old but pretty retaso to wrap the presents.

    quiamoi_tres@yahoo.comk

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  62. The fabric of public society lies in the manners of the individuals that make up that society. To hold this fabric together, you have to have those manners. If you don’t have them, then public society will kick you out.

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