What do you mean you have not heard? The Greatest Bata Sale has been running since the beginning of this month and is ending on 6th April which only a week away! For every shoe you buy,you are getting a 30% discount on the second pair.
With Easter not so far away, you need to make your way to your nearest Bata shop and get a pair for yourself and your loved one(s).
And you better hurry….only 7 days left!
PS : With new arrivals every week , there is more variety than ever before in our Bata stores.
These are some questions we have received via comments on our website www.batakenya.com :
- Question : Which is the best polish for this shoe ? Ans: Tan shoe cream or Mid brown shoe polish
- Question : Hallo sir,where can I get 803-3019 size 12 in Nairobi? Ans: We do not have size 12 in Nairobi stores right now, but there are some in production, they will be available mid April.
- Question : Can I buy Bata shoes online? Ans: Some items are available in our online shop shop.batakenya.com for our customers outside Kenya. We have partnered with One World Courier to make deliveries to most destinations allover the world.
Got a question? Ask away!
Casual doesn’t mean drab. Look elegant as you relax your feet in this new range of flats, now available in our shops.
Check out our blog post on How To Wear Flats and you will be happy to add these versatile gems to your wardrobe.
Click on the image to view our whole range!
Let us know what you think…..
My Bata shoe story: http://pernille.typepad.com/afterafrica/2010/05/safari-boots-european-style-european-price.html
When I was in Nairobi in October last year, I was looking for a pair in cowskin, but didn’t succeed. However, every staff I met did theirs to help, and even the guys at Twitter tried to locate a pair, before I left for Dar es Salaam.
Keep it up!
Hi Pernille, We appreciate!
Hope you finally got a pair though,no? – Bata Kenya
To share your Bata Shoe story send an e-mail to bata[dot]marketing[at]bata[dot]com
We received this e-mail from a customer. Thank you Robert for sharing!
“Last week I bumped into a colleague we work with inside a Bata shop. She was admiring the greenish Northstar wedges. You know how ladies can be with shoes.
“Aki woiyee(Please) add me Kshs.500 . I have to buy this shoe!” she cried.
It was like she could have left her handbag in the shop or anything for her to have the shoes right then! Being the good friend I am, I helped her out. Then I though…Bata must be doing something right….like they are now ‘getting it’ in terms of fashion.
Mine is a love-turned-hate-turned love for Bata shoes.
I grew up in Limuru. Throughout my childhood, my parents bought me safari boots for my casual wear (read Sunday best) and Bata leather shoes for school. My brothers and I wore that without question and naturally in my teens I started rebelling against all the things I had been made to do like wearing Bata shoes. That was until I got a job in Nairobi and moved out of home. My quest to find an official-looking pair of shoes for a job interview led me to Bata. Albeit reluctantly, I walked in to a Bata shop and was surprised to find shoes I liked! Many shoes actually – that I liked. Since then I have bought several pairs. I particularly like the Hush Puppies.
Keep it up Bata.” – Robert. W
We would love to hear from you! To share your Bata shoe story write an e-mail to : bata[dot]marketing[at]bata[dot]com