I have been asked by my friends if my new Sandugo trekking shoes is worth the buy.
my only answer is...YES.
When I first started hiking, I used to wear my tortured lace up boots. It works fine for me until the sole got ripped and needed repair. That is when I decided that I must get actual trekking shoes if I'll be hiking more often.
I have been eyeing Sandugo Sandals for months especially when I learned about their recent shoe releases.
Me getting-my-first-Sandugo-product selfie haha
This is at their Farmers Cubao branch, their staff is really friendly /o/
Say hello to my SH 1201
I wore it to all of my recent hikes to give you all an insight from actual experience.
There are three things that liked about this pair:
It's super light
The soles are thin but it is solid and with it's built in front and side grips, going up rocky slopes are simply a walk in a park.
Stylish yet functional.
It is made with leather and mesh material so it is breathable and comfortable for all day use. It also features a drawstring lace for everyone who's on-the-go.
The sole has special "drains" so when water gets inside, it will just be flushed out. How cool is that!
Sandugo SH 1201 is virtually all terrain.I went from muddy rocky slopes of Mt. Talamitam to the slippery seaside rocks of Sombrero island.
For only 1995 pesos. It sure was worth it and actually it's quite affordable compared to other international brands. Sandugo products are locally made and proud Filipino.
I give this shoe 5 stars
Reach new heights with Sandugo Sandals