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Lady Foot Locker Helps Find the Right Fit for Her Busy Schedule

August 12, 2008

NEW YORK, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire/ — Your daughter’s schedule is about to become ten-times more demanding. It’s time to prepare for running between classes, drama club, cheerleading, soccer practice or whatever else she may have going on after school.

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Her days are about to get hectic. One way to ease the pressure is to literally ease the pressure — on her feet. Think about it, those feet carry her tired body out of bed every morning, run her to the bus, and transport her to and from each class all day long.

Lady Foot Locker offers some tips on how you can help ease the pressure, and show your daughter you know her style:

— The hi-top makes a full throttle comeback this year. Not only can you spot this look on all the top hip-hop and punk-rock fashionistas, but these sneakers offer additional support for her ankles. To accomplish this look, try the Nike Blazer, Prestige high, or the Pastry Glam pie.

— Retro is in and easy to accomplish with the Converse Chuck Taylor. This basketball sneaker turned rock-star classic is revamped with satin details for an ultra-chic statement that will never go out of style. Plaid, another old-school favorite, is back and plastered all over Puma’s collection of tote bags, which are not only stylish, but large enough to carry her books.

— New technology is always a top-of-the-list must-have, and when it comes to footwear the MBT makes smart look super-cool. This shoe actually gives her a full-body work-out while she hustles from class to class and helps to improve her posture. The FitFlop is another option for warmer weather that offers similar benefits.

— Always consider the activity for which she will use her new shoes. Those listed above all maximize comfort and keep her look fresh and trendy, but are not sneakers for gym class or track practice. The Nike Shox Navina and the Asics 2130 offer the cushioning she needs, in this season’s punk-rock inspired colors, metallic silver, and bright, eye-popping pink. While these are performance shoes, style is never a question.

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Lady Foot Locker

CONTACT: Melissa Pardo, Public Relations Manager, Lady Foot Locker,+1-212-720-4186, Mpardo@footlocker.com

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