This Sunday is Fathers Day. Since my dad and all my grandpas have gone to heaven, I only have the father of my kids to appreciate. So what do you get a guy who’s particular about what he wears? I guess the easiest would be shoes since all I need to know is his size and style preference. Shoes will either fit or won’t… unlike clothes which you have to try on.
I had to get something he doesn’t have yet… and that’s shoes from the French footwear brand TBS 1978. Best of all, I didn’t even need to go out of the house to get them. All I had to do was log on to https://hittheroad.ph/ and check out their wide selection of shoes.
Established in 1978, TBS 1978 has over 40 years of French craftsmanship behind it. The brand is best known for leather sneakers that are comfortable, stylish, and versatile… something one can take from the boardroom to more casual places like the mall or park.
You get a P500 discount voucher on your first purchase when you sign up for their newsletter. Better yet, use the code “BESTDAD25” (because… Fathers Day!) and get a 25% discount.
There are sooo many styles to choose from. They have brogues, sneakers, loafers, ankle boots, moccasins, and more. I was surprised to find that they carry women’s styles like ballet flats too. Footwear prices range from P3k to P8k… but I did spot pairs on sale for as low as P900+ and P2k+.
The kids and I picked out the style called Kendric (P7,450) for their dad. It comes in 2 colorways — black with a white stripe or white with a black stripe. We got the predominantly black pair since it’s more low maintenance and easier to pair with clothes. By using the code “BESTDAD25”, the price went down from P7,450 to P5,587.50. That’s almost P2k worth of savings!
Anyhow, our order arrived in pristine condition.
They’re so cool our 18-year old son wants a pair too!
TBS 1978 footwear are available at Hit The Road stores in Alabang Town Center, Glorietta 2, and Ayala Malls Solenad. You can also order online at https://hittheroad.ph/.
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