Posted by Willy Franzen on April 23, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Garden State Plaza Sales Associate Part Time||Paramus, NJ|
|Social Media Coordinator||Brooklyn, NY|
|Designer A Sports Leisure (Timberland)||Stratham, NH|
|Footwear Designer- Performance||Manhattan Beach, CA|
|Designer B Men's (Timberland)||Stratham, NH|
|Footwear Designer||New York, NY|
|Experienced Footwear Designer (Pour La Victoire & Kelsi Dagger Brooklyn)||New York, NY|
|Creative Director - Apparel Job||Foothill Ranch, CA|
|Creative Director - Footwear & Apparel||Canton, MA|
|Co-Op Manager - Seattle WA||Seattle, WA|
I have a lot of shoes for a guy. I’m pretty average when it comes to sneakers, dress shoes, and flip flops, but I have a lot of boots. A lot. Snow boots. Rain boots. Wading boots (3 pairs). Hiking boots. I can keep going… In my opinion footwear is all about specialization–there’s a shoe for every occasion. I think the people from DNA Footwear would agree (though they seem more concerned with fashion, while I’m obviously more concerned about how much water I’ll be stepping into). DNA Footwear is a Brooklyn, NY shoe retailer that is now working to be “the top online destination for today’s latest trends in the world of footwear.” They have a really wide selection with tons of notable brands.
DNA Footwear’s logo on social media sites says “for your mind, body, and sole.” For them it’s not just about protecting your feet–it’s about creating a look. To get a sense of how tied in DNA Footwear is to the fashion of footwear, just check out their blog and their press page. While there are a ton of companies that sell shoes, DNA Footwear is still able to differentiate itself through its “impeccable selection, extremely personalized service, and vast number of celebrity clientele.” At the same time they can offer competitive pricing and free shipping on most orders. If you think that you love shoes as much as the people at DNA Footwear, check out their Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for an Associate Buyer, an Office Assistant, an Online Sales Representative, an Online Customer Service Representative, a Website Product Developer, and a Product Photographer and Graphic Designer (there are also a few retail positions).
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How many pairs of shoes do you have?