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Saturday, July 28, 2007

Adidas 'Kampung': The Shoes You Looking For...

Last time i have post to this blog about my mission to climb mount Kinabalu and asking what shoe which suitable for this mount climbing. So After i'm researching by looking the mountain guide and the potter (Not Harry Potter), finally i found what shoe is good for me. The shoe is, they called it as Adidas 'Kampung' The brand with 4 stripes.

Here some pic of Adidas Kampung

See... there is four stripes

can use for playing football also... full tad

If this is the real Adidas advetisement
Very high quality graphic, using Computer graphic design which is so Expensive

compare to.....

And this one our Adidas 'Kampung' advertisement with The Mountain Guide as the model
Very Cheap, And Natural, No Blurry Image

What their say about Adidas Kampung:

Individu 1:

But really, THE ONLY THING YOU NEED TO CONQUER KINABALU is their best kept secret… I mean it, even if you lose you clothes, your water, you hair… all you need is this…

They call it ADIDAS KAMPUNG (village adidas). And they call it by name

This is worth more than your RM500 Timberlands, but only costs RM4.50 at a rural village market near you.

I’m not friggin’ joking ok. These babies stick to rocks like glue! Made out of one mold of industrial rubber, you know you ain’t slippin.


Individu 2:

For trekking in the jungle, a pair of walking shoes will be good. We recommend that visitors buy rubber moulded shoes (RM 5) for walking in the jungle. The reason is because we feel it is a shame to dirty good (and expensive) boots. Rubber shoes are good because they are cheap, easy to wash and dry fast (just wipe). They are commonly known here as "Adidas Kampung" (Village Adidas or 4 stripes Adidas).


Individu 3:
Shoes - highly recommended *Adidas Kampong

So what you guys thing about this shoe cheap and affordable but also very tough.

Hopefully catega will buy it soon before Mount Kinabalu Expedition.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

The Secret Reveal...

Last time, i have post a video about shoe tie trick. So i wondering how he can do it. i try so many times. Because i'm try so hard, i can't do any post to my blog yesterday. Because i didn't satisfy with the guy who can tie his shoe without using any single of his hand i try to find the way at the internet. finally i found this video which reveal the secret of tying a shoe without using hand.

Hope you guys also didn't do a stupid thing like i do, wasting a time for this simple trick which is a trick.

Hope it will add to your info. :)

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Shoe Tie Trick

Tying shoes with hand is easy but how how about tying our shoe without use any single hand.
I thinks is a very difficult job to done. So i'm asking my friends who can tie their shoe without using hand. None of them can do it for sure. But here i found out who can do it. watch this video carefully.

Monday, July 23, 2007

Admiral What You Call A Game

Recently we have a friendly futsal match between academic staff and Registrar office. One of my friend, Sir Mat didn't have any futsal shoe, so to make it worse if he didn't come to the match we will not have enough player.

After many counseling with him finally he choose to come, but not only to come to the match but also buy a new futsal shoe. To buy this futsal shoe, he need go Centre Point Sabah.

to make the story short... finally he bought the shoe. He buy a Admiral futsal shoe.....

Sir Mat show off with his new futsal shoe

Sir Mat standing with his new futsal shoe
*at the left side, is his old shoe

The Box shoe....
upper shoe box....

The box with its plastic bag

Going to the futsal centre(Suria Futsal Centre)... the futsal cintre is near to the port,
while walking i see this vertical banner;
* the atmosphere advertisement. it say: you haven't been to Sabah if you haven't been to atmosphere revolving restaurant.

The futsal centre

After buying is new shoe Sir Mat try to play well and it's ok want to play well
But how new his new shoe or how great he play at that macth, it didn't help us from losing to Registrar office side.

The final score is 14-12 we lose.

*picture taken using LG handphone model G262.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Animals and Shoes

Cute piggy and shoes which is i write yesterday give me an idea about how if this animal shape like we design it to make a fashionable shoes. Which is maybe all the celebrities especially hollywood celebs wanted to have one.

And what i found, there is one person have make a sketch or draw 11 shoes animal design. The following pictures i get from his flickr.

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what you all think about this design? isn't it we can accept to shoes fahion to nowadays...
we WWF (not world wrestling federation) make a campaign about love animal or nature don't make animal fur use for fashion but how about this design....? may be WWF can make a campaign to promote this shoes design, maybe this shoe not suitable for a normal function but we can use it for certain events.

Hope, enjoy see this nice pic.....
anyone who have a shoe collections that wanted to put here can send me an email or add to my guestbook...

Friday, July 20, 2007

Cutes Piggy and Shoes

Last night i have seen a news on Bulletin Utama TV3 talking about pig farm issue in Melaka. Wheres, many people who live near to the farm is complaining to goverment and Karem Singh Walia, the TV3 reporter has been risen the issue. The problems is about the feses from the pig that polluted to the river, nature and caused smell pollution.

Talking about piggy, actually many people like it because its delicious meat. And now piggy also become one of fashion idealism. Here what i got when searching the relation about pig shoes fashion.

pink piggy shoes

Nike piggy shoes

DC shoes also using piggy image

pretty shoes with piggy face from Z-Boy Shoes Collection

piggy baby shoe

shoes design wiht piggy image

piggy as fashion icon

and... piggy also is a shoes model.

what you think about piggy and world fashion design?

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Adidas vs Puma

Adidas which famous with is "the brand with the stripes" motto, and Puma with is tiger symbol are the two brand that highly wanted by teenager or athletic persons. This two brand actually have a very big history, two brothers Adolf and Rudolph, the Dassler Brother.

During the 1980's, the two most popular sports clothing company had been vigorously competing to be number 1 in the urban market scene. The two Giants were Adidas and Puma. But, the rivalry did not begin in the 1980s with the era of Reaganomics. The story goes all the way back to the 1940's in Germany where two brothers had a fallen out and went separate ways to create two of the most influential athletic wear.

Adidas and Puma originated from a quarrel between Dassler Brothers Adolf and Rudolph. This triggered off a beef that would last for over 50 years surpassing any hip-hop beef today. Adolf nicknamed “Adi” and Rudolph nicknamed “Rudi” were born in Herzogenaruch , Germany . Adi, the younger of the two, was part of a new Family business making shoes out of any material he could find, such as tires, old helmets and other garbage (my man was on his GRIND. It wasn't until he innovatively converted bedroom slippers into one-of-a-kind light weight gymnastic shoes that the family business became a formidable shoe manufacture. With demand rising to a 100 pairs a day, Adi's father and brother quit their jobs to work full time at the Dassler Shoe Factory.

The Dassler family company claimed world wide fame when world acclaimed athletes wore their shoes in the Olympics. The Michael Jordan of Track and Field Jesse Owens co-signed the shoes by rocking a pair during the 1936 Olympics. Embarrassed by Hitler's humiliation over African American Jesse Owens win over the Anglo-Saxon Germans in the Olympics, rumors have it that Rudi stated to friends that the shoes were not made for a black man to wear. Soon after, Adi and Rudi joined the “Fashion Fascists” by enrolling in the Nazi Party. Rudi went as far as to serve in the German Army during World War II leaving Adi to tend to family business. While Adi produced military boots for Nazi Soldiers, Rudi was dodging bullets at the frontline. However, the Dassler Family's luck ran out when the Allies seized control of Germany and Rudi was held captive in an American prisoner-of-war camp. American soldiers occupied and moved into the Dassler home. During the occupation, Adi formed a bond with the Americans and rumor has it that this was the pivotal time in life that made him change his ideology about fascism to liberty and freedom. As Adi was making new friends, Rudi's entrapment in a prison war camp was leaving a bitter taste in his mouth.

After the war ended, Rudi returned to Herzogenaruch to help Adi rebuild their shoe empire in war torn Germany . But then Adi and Rudi had an argument which severed their ties forever. The two men kept the reason for their argument all the way to their graves. It is rumored that after Rudi returned from the prison camp, he did not recognize his brother Adi who now was denouncing the doctrines of old Nazi propaganda and embracing American ideologies. Adi even changed his real name from Adolf to Adolph. Rudi felt as if Adi was mocking his military service to their country of birth-right and did nothing to help release him from the prison camp since he had a lot of American connections. Some say their argument was so terrible that neither man ever mentioned the other's name again.

They decided to go separate ways and form their own company. Agreeing that they would not use their old family business name, both men came up with new names for their company. Rudi decided to call his company Puma. Adi decided to use his nickname and the first 3 letters of his last name calling the company Adidas. Thus began Adidas vs. Puma.

The feud was so bad that the town in Germany became entrenched in the squabble. Adidas and Puma recruited citizens of the town for the soccer team which they often played against one another. The people of the town who worked for Adidas and Puma drank different beer from each other. Children, whose parents were employed by Adidas and Puma, attended two different elementary schools. In the 1980's, some conspiracy theorist claims that clothes retail store owners got involved with the feud by increasing store sales through ordering blue Adidas track suits in LA neighborhoods occupied by Crypt gang members and red Puma track suits other neighborhood occupied by the Bloods gang members.

Rudi was a business mastermind who made Puma one of the leaders in athletic footwear. But it was Adi who turned Adidas into The leader of footwear and apparel by consistently reinventing footwear to meet the needs of an ever growing competative sportsman. Today, Adi is held as the pioneer of sporting goods industry, while Rudi stands in the shadow of his legacy. Presently, Puma has generated 2 billion dollars in sale. But Adidas continues to surpass Puma by 6 billion in sales. Although it's apparent which company
dominates the other in the industry, is the beef still alive.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Chinese Foot Binding written by Candace Hutchins

Like a what i write before, shoes can show us about ethnicity, religion, races and many more. Just recently I've read some interesting article about Chinese culture. I don't know, but i think may be of you have hear about it or may be not, foot binding. In Chinese they say it is for beauty.

Here the article who's written by Candace Hucthins:

Throughout history in all cultures a common ultimate goal is to achieve beauty. Just as all people look different, all people have a different outlook on the question, what is beautiful? For some time in the nineteenth century, in America a definition of beauty included corsets, making women's waists as small as possible. Over time beauty has resulted in a lot of pain and in this instance, resulted in broken ribs and damaged internal organs. Body piercing and tattoos fall under the same category although the consequences are not as severe. Great pain has been suffered for centuries for women to achieve perceived beauty. Probably the most detrimental act was one that approximately one billion women in China have preformed for nearly one thousand years. This act, foot binding, was an attempt to stop the growth of the feet. Foot binding is a bizarre and terrible custom, yet it is hard to understand exactly what foot binding was like with the modern outlook we have today. The reason for women binding their feet went deeper than fashion and reflected the role of women in Chinese society. It was necessary then in China for a woman to have bound feet in order to achieve a good life.

The exact way foot binding started is not fully known. Several legends have been passed down on how foot binding unwrap.jpg (10156 bytes)originally started. The most common legend is about the Chinese prince Li Yu in the Sung dynasty (AD 960-1280) (Nadine 2). The prince's concubine, Yao Niang walked so gracefully it appeared as if she was "skimming over the top of golden lilies" (Chinese Foot Binding 2) To follow that, the "lily footed" woman became a model for China. A variation of this legend was that Yao Niang was ordered to bind her feet in the shape of half moons (Nadine 2). She was to do this so that she could perform an early variation of ballet, also called toe dancing for the royal court. This legend is probably the least likely to be true, because women with bound feet could hardly walk, let alone dance. The most likely variation of this particular story is that Yau Niang danced on a platform shaped like a lotus, as well as toe-danced within a six-foot high golden lotus flower (Jackson 28). Many women began to perform this artistic dancing style, and the dance looked best with bound feet. There are so many variations that it is impossible to know which one is true. A whole other legend is about the last Empress of the Shang dynasty. This Empress had a clubbed foot and did not want to be known as having this condition. She asked her husband to make binding feet mandatory for all girls (Chinese Foot Binding 2). By doing so, her deformed foot could now be considered beautiful. The origin of foot binding may not be clear; however the powerful affects foot binding left are apparent.

Once foot binding began, it spread quickly from the north, where it begun, to all parts in China. In the beginning, the custom was practiced only by court dancers, followed by all the women in the court. In 1273, the Mongols took over the Sung dynasty and started the Yuan dynasty. The Mongols supported foot binding for all the women in China (Chinese Girl 2). They supported mainly because it made the women less likely to be able to succeed (Jackson 19). In the mid-1300s, the Ming dynasty took the place of the Yuan dynasty. Foot binding footpic.gif (88129 bytes)continued to spread from the royalty, to the wealthy (Levy 26). Eventually, all classes of people had their feet bound. Poor people did so in hopes of improving their social status (Cummings 2).

The process of foot binding started for the young girls anywhere from the age of four to six. It was done so early in her life so that the arch did not have much time to develop. The mother who was the one to bind the feet, and usually started the process late in the fall or winter, so the foot would be numb and the pain would not be as severe. The daughters' feet would first be soaked in warm water or animal blood and herbs (Jackson 39). The special potion that was used for this caused any dead flesh to fall off (Levy 12).She would have her toe nails cut as short as possible therefore not allowing them to grow into the foot. After she received a foot massage, the four smallest toes on each foot were broken (Chinese Foot Binding 2) This was not even the worst of the pain. The mother soaked silk or cotton bandages in the same liquid the girl's feet were soaked in. The bandages, which were ten feet long and two inches wide, were wrapped around the smallest toes and pulled tightly to the heel. Every two days, the binding was removed and rebound. This part of the process went on for two years. By this time her feet were three to four inches long. To assure the feet staying small, the ritual continued for at least ten more years (Hwang 1).chinesegirl.jpg (25665 bytes)

The process was very painful; every time the feet were rebound the bandages were pulled tighter. But besides just the pain of the process, there were many after affects that were detrimental to the young girls' health. The pain of the bound feet never stopped. The most common consequence was infection (Hwang 1). There were many ways a girl could get an infection. One was the ball of the foot would folding directly into the heel. A second was that the toenails continued to grow, eventually curling into the skin. This led to flesh rotting off, and sometimes even a toe. The worst part of the process was that the feet would practically die after three years. The feet being dead caused a terrible smell the girl carried with her everywhere (Chinese Footwear 1). Diseases followed infections, and death could even result from foot binding (Hwang 1).

Some girls made it through their youth without having any medical problems; yet the time when most women had health problems due to foot binding was in their later years. The women who had their feet bound were more likely to fall, less able to squat and less able to rise from a sitting position in their older years. The combination of the lower hip bone density, along with the fact women with bound feet were more likely to fall, put these women at an extremely high risk for hip fractures (Ling 1,2). Overall, foot binding had its beauty, yet the consequences were very severe.

Such a painful and crippling tradition could not be completely due the popularity and fashion it had at the time. There were many reasons mothers made the decision to bind their daughters' feet. Men in China in that era would not marry a woman who did not have bound feet. The man's mother was always responsible for making sure the woman he was to` marry had bound chinese woman.gif (71079 bytes)feet. If the mother of the man lifted up the woman's dress and discovered "clown feet," she would not allow her son to speak to that woman again. The mother of the man that she loved finding out she does not have bound feet was the most embarrassing thing that could happen to you (Jackson 62). Feet binding also divided men and women and upheld old Chinese beliefs. Foot binding kept women weak, out of power, and dominated by her husband. When women bound their feet, men could dominate more easily and not worry about women taking their power. The process took place so early, the young girl had no choice but to follow her family's order and have her feet bound. She was uneducated and considered foot binding necessary. Also, she was seen as an object to the men, to be observed and look pretty, therefore appealing to men mattered more to the girls than their health. The girl's life went on without having much control over it (Levy 42-46).

Foot binding sounds so terrible but it did not stay popular forever. In the mid-1600s the Manchus took over the Yuan dynasty to create the Qing Empire. The Manchus were strongly against foot binding. The Qing Empire began to charge people for having daughters with bound feet and prohibiting it in areas they could control. The practiced nevertheless continued. It had become so much part of the Chinese culture and famiy traditions, that the government could not stop it. The Chinese continued to see foot binding as a beautiful act although it was illegal (Jackson 48).

The nationalist revolution sparked the flame that was to destroy foot binding for good. The practice slowed down considerably from there. In 1911 after the revolution of Sun Yat-Sen, foot binding officially ended aside from a handful of women living in the countryside (Chinese Girl 2). shoe pic.gif (45544 bytes)

Foot binding was more than a fashion statement, it was a way of life for about one billion women as well as the men around them. It took much more than laws and protests to bring foot binding to an end. Foot binding had higher consequences, greater appeal, and is more desirable than any other practice women implemented to be beautiful in history. It cannot be seen as a simple fashion statement. It was part of the society, the roots being buried under many parts of Chinese culture. It had roots in making a woman more desirable, marriageability, and higher social status. Foot binding not only crippled the women who went through the process but as well as crippled women in China for centuries. Being crippled by foot binding, they had such a little role in the government. It was a custom that started out to define beauty but ended up defining the way the society was.

Hope this info can guide us in knowing more about shoes history.

Monday, July 16, 2007

One Thousand Voices Mega Concert For Peace

Last night a catega shoe have bring catega to a very big choir concert catega have seen ever. The concert call One thousand voices mega concert for peace which is organize by the Adventist Development Foudation (ADF). This concert featuring The Golden Angels from South Korea and The Ambassadors from Philippines.

here a news taken from News Sabah Times;

KOTA KINABALU: The drizzling rain, heavy traffic jams and even difficulty in finding suitable parking spots did not deter the huge crowd from attending the ‘1,000 Voices Mega Concert for Peace’ held at the Likas Stadium last night.

The people filled more than half of the stadium and many came two hours early to beat the anticipated traffic jam and get the best seats prior to the start of the performances at 7pm.

The mega concert, which is the first of its kind held in Sabah, saw the crowd of all ages entertained by the singing of world renowned gospel choirs in the likes of the ‘Ambassadors’ from the Adventist University of the Philippines, who are the world champion of the Gospel and Spiritual Category in the 2006 World Choir Games (4th Choir Olympics) and South Korean ‘Golden Angels’.

Prior to the start of the show, Datuk Seri Joseph Pairin Kitingan the guest of honour, released doves, which are considered as symbols of peace among Christians.

Sabah’s own ‘The Ripples’ choir group and soloist, Joanna Sue Henley Rampas, also wowed the crowd with their performances.

More than 5,000 choir members turned up for the lively event, which seeks to be listed in the Malaysian Book of Records for the performance of the mammoth choir groups.

Pictures Collection:
before concert start pic 1

before concert pic 2

before concert pic 3
before concert pic 4

the banner

Lightning test

Concert is running pic 1

the ending.....

the banner 2

note; this picture taken using LG handphone model G262.

Saturday, July 14, 2007

How To Choose The Best Walking Shoe Suit To You

This article i find out from Good tips if really you want to find a suitable and comfortable walking shoe which is just nice on your feet. Have nice read......

Choosing the best walking shoe for you

A good pair of walking shoes runs you anywhere from $40 to $100. They should have good shock absorption and should be stiffer and more supportive than running shoes, despite having a flexible forefoot. The midsoles are thinner than those of running shoes to accommodate the slower foot roll when you walk. They feature beveled, or slightly angled, heels to allow for a smooth heel-to-toe roll.

Knowing your foot type and having a basic understanding of shoe terminology should help you pick the shoe that's best for you. Even before you put the shoe on, you should be able to do a quick inspection and have an idea as to whether it's a good choice or not. Of course, you should always try on any shoe you buy for fit and comfort.

  • Pronators should look for a shoe with a motion control device in the midsole. They also should look for a board-lasted, straight shoe, which provides support for the inside of the foot and thus prevents you from overusing the inside edge of your foot. Pronators should also look for a reinforced heel counter for control and stability. Sturdy uppers and stability straps can also help prevent inward roll. Shoes with too much padding can exaggerate pronation, so avoid them.
  • Supinators should look for greater stability and a shoe with an outer sole, insole, and midsole designed for extra shock absorbency. Slip-lasted, curved shoes are probably your best bet because supinators have rigid feet. Buy shoes with reinforced material around the ankles and firm heel counters for maximum ankle and heel support. Extra cushioning under the ball of the foot helps increase comfort.
  • Owners of neutral feet can wear just about any shoe and be ensured of proper support and comfort, but you may find that shoes that have a curved shape fit best. Even if your feet are neutral and you have no injury issues, don't skimp on the basic walking shoe features.

Taking note of injury patterns

Pay attention to your usual points of injury — even if your walking routine didn't cause them. If you are prone to joint pain in your ankles, knees, hips, or lower back, look for a well-cushioned shoe that allows your foot to move naturally. Definitely make an effort to walk in walking shoes as opposed to dress shoes or running shoes.


Your feet support your entire body weight. If you do something to throw your feet off-kilter, you very often cause problems elsewhere in your body.

For those prone to corns, bunions, and blisters, look for shoes with a wide, roomy toe box. New Balance is one of the few athletic shoe companies that sell various widths from AAA to EEE. Many stores don't carry the full line of New Balance sizes, but many mail order catalogs do.

Keeping mileage, speed, and walking surface in mind

Walkers who average more than 30 miles a week and/or who walk for speed should look for high-performance walking shoes. Here's what to look for in a high-performance shoe:

  • Light weight
  • Lots of features to improve stability, cushioning, and shock absorption, like reinforced heel counters, stability straps, and high-tech midsole and insole materials
  • Removable insoles with some arch support
  • Firm and springy cushioning (just not as wiggly as gelatin)
  • Extra cushioning, especially in the heel and ball of the foot
  • Flexibility that matches the natural bend of the foot
  • Sturdy uppers, made of nylon mesh
  • D-ring lacing system that allows for variable lacing patterns, which means that the eyelets are situated at various distances from the center of the shoe

Most major brand walking shoes are high performance shoes. These brands include Nike, Reebok, Saucony, New Balance, Asics, and Adidas. Casual walkers can look at brands like Easy Spirit and Spenco.


If you do most of your walking on trails or rocky, sloped, uneven terrain, a hiking shoe or boot is a must for traction and foot protection. Nike and some other major shoe companies make excellent hiking shoes and boots; other companies, such as HighTec, Lowa, and Salomon, concentrate their footwear efforts solely on hiking boots. Companies like Rockport and Timberland also make "rugged walkers" that are specifically designed for trails and high mileage.

Shopping for shoes

The typical athletic shoe store has at least 8 to 30 styles of walking shoes to choose from. Give yourself at least an hour the first time you shop for walking shoes to make the perfect selection. Follow these suggestions and you can't go wrong:

  • Shop at a specialty store, rather than a department store. Having a knowledgeable salesperson to guide you can mean the difference between a great purchase and getting stuck with unwearable clodhoppers.
  • Write down all the information you know about your feet and your walking program. If you have an old pair of walking shoes, bring them with you so you can show the salesperson your wear pattern. Take along the socks you usually wear so that you can size your new shoes the way you'll actually be wearing them.
  • Examine each pair of shoes before you try them on. Turn them over. Does the shape match your foot type? Does it have a good strong heel counter? Slip out the insert to discover what type of last the shoe is built on. Bend the shoes back and forth a few times. Are they flexible in the forefoot?
  • Put on both shoes and lace them up completely. Walk around the store for a few minutes to get the feel of the shoe. Whenever possible, try them on a hard-surfaced floor. Your primary concern should be comfort. Do not buy a shoe with the plan of "breaking them in." Doing so is begging for the agony of the feet.
  • Be prepared to test several different shoe models. Even if you like the first shoe you lace up, try at least two other models for comparison purposes. Don't be swayed by what your personal trainer or your hairdresser wears. Each person has unique needs.
  • Always shop later in the day. Your feet swell during the course of the day, so shoes that fit in the morning may be too snug for afternoon workouts. Have the salesperson measure both of your feet each time you shop so that you can note any size changes. A shoe that fits well has about a thumbnail's space between your longest toe and the end of the toe box.
  • If you absolutely love a shoe after three workouts, go back and buy a couple pairs of the same shoe. Shoe companies have an annoying habit of phasing out and "upgrading" shoe models on a regular basis. If your shoe is discontinued, that's it. You have to start the whole selection process all over again.

Friday, July 13, 2007

Mount Kinabalu: The Posible Mission

catega will have special mission on this coming month, august. The mission is climbing the mount Kinabalu the highest mountain in South East Asia. About this mission, actually not only me will climb the mountain but also other 39 of my friend and my students (student...., who's catega? have student). The date is, will be at 5 of august going there and on 6 august in the morning we will start climbing.

So what to do as a preparation...? catega still don't know.... ; < ..... ehm first thing i need to do is buy a shoe....., what kind of shoe? of course the kind that suitable for climbing. others is i need to know about mount surfing at the internet find the info,try to get the picture. here some picture that i grab from the internet,
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Help catega find the mountain shoe....
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