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4,604 Entries to win two pairs of Canterbury Sheepskin Boots!

Congratulations to the two winners of the Woman’s Day competition, there were an amazing 4,604 entries to win the two pairs of boots. Canterbury Sheepskin boots are obviously popular with the Woman’s Day readers.

Canterbury Sheepskin Ava and Flyer boots featured in Woman's Day 25th Birthday Special Issue this week!

Canterbury Sheepskin Ava and Flyer boots featured in Woman’s Day 25th Birthday Special Issue this week!

We’re in the Dunedin A to Z visitors guide!

We’re in the Dunedin AtoZ visitor guide for 2014 – a great guide if you’re visiting the Dunedin area.

We're in the Dunedin AtoZ visitor guide for 2014 - a great guide if you're visiting the Dunedin area.
We’re in the Dunedin AtoZ visitor guide for 2014 – a great guide if you’re visiting the Dunedin area.
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The Press – Made In New Zealand supplement features Zara boots!

The Press newspaper is featuring a give-away of a pair of our Zara boots in their upcoming “Made In New Zealand” supplement on Wednesday.

The Press newspaper is featuring a give-away of a pair of our Zara boots in their upcoming "Made In New Zealand" supplement on Wednesday.

The Press newspaper is featuring a give-away of a pair of our Zara boots in their upcoming “Made In New Zealand” supplement on Wednesday.

Zara boot features in the NZ National Newspapers

We had some great publicity for our new Zara boot in the national media – The Press, Dominion Post and Waikato Times – all featured our Zara boot on Saturday the 14th!

Zara boot features in NZ newspapers

Zara boot features in NZ newspapers

Customers enjoying their Canterbury Sheepskin boots!

One of our customers sent in this photo of them and their Canterbury Sheepskin boots. A great New Zealand scene…!

 

A little more about the photo (from www.kiwitub.com ):

Babes on Pigeon Island
The Babes are five female climbers who in February 2005 ran the Milford and Routeburn Tracks, climbed Mitre Peak, kayaked down Lake Wakatipu, and more. See their website atbabesinfiordland.otago.ac.nz for the full story on Niki, Jill, Laurel, Lani, and Kim.The tub on Pigeon Island was the first hot water they’d seen for two weeks. We dropped it off by boat: it took three minutes to fill from the lake using two buckets. We towed it back behind a canoe: the tub floats amazingly well even with the burner, flue, gas bottle, and camping gear packed inside. 

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