Oct. 30, 2019: Bobs from Skechers has <a href=" http://www.gowalkboots.ca/skechers-bobs/">skechers
bobs boots</a> teamed
up with internet phenom Doug the Pug for a good cause. The sneaker brand and pet celebrity have partnered on limited-
edition women’s sneakers covered in images of the dog’s most memorable looks. For every pair purchased, Skechers will
donate to the Petco Foundation, which helps shelter animals across the world. The Bobs from Skechers x Doug the Pug
collab is available for $45.
Oct. 18, 2019: Nike continues its effort to give <a href=" http://www.gowalkboots.ca/skechers-mens-shoes/">men's
skechers sneakers on sale</a> back to communities with access to sports by creating a newly refurbished track for Los
Angeles City College that coincided with National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11. The rainbow-colored track is part of the
brand’s BETRUE campaign, dedicated to Gilbert Baker, who created the rainbow flag; the campaign celebrates equality
for all athletes of all identities. Two-time Olympic champion Kerron Clement joined Nike for an inaugural first lap at
the track, open Monday through Thursday 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Oct. 15, 2019: Rack Room Shoes has <a href=" http://www.gowalkboots.ca/skechers-mens-shoes/">skechers
clearance</a> raised over $1.65 million during its 2019 “Shoes That Fit” campaign. Every year, the retailer hosts a
fundraising event during the back-to-school season. The program empowers customers to give back to their local
communities by supplying children in need with new shoes. All of the money raised by each store stays in the community
and is channeled through local school liaisons, who coordinate the distribution of new footwear to area schools and
students in need.
Oct. 14, 2019: Sandal brand Samba Sol did <a href=" http://www.gowalkboots.ca/skechers-womens-shoes/">skechers
sneakers sale</a> its part to help victims of Hurricane Dorian, which devastated the Bahamas. More than 3,000 pairs of
flip-flops were donated to the Brightseasons Foundation, a Homestead, Fla.-based charity. Along with other partners,
the nonprofit organization collected over 6,000 pieces of clothing and other items for the victims. Hurricane Dorian
left widespread devastation in the Bahamas as 185 mph winds devastated the island over 68 hours from Sept. 1 to Sept.