Head back to school with antibacterial shoes

Bata’s latest collection features school shoes fitted with natural materials that have bacteria-fighting properties.

BATA Malaysia presents its latest top-of-the-line collection in time for the 2021 school year.

The latest collection features a stylish new range of school shoes featuring natural materials that come with bacteria-fighting properties from plants to control perspiration odour.

The revolutionary material is deemed to eliminate 99% of odour-causing bacteria, thus enabling long-lasting freshness.

Bata’s antibacterial school shoes range has also been laboratory-tested for maximum protection and performance.

“We recognise the growing importance of hygiene and antibacterial protection, especially in today’s environment, ” said Bata country manager Ajay Ramachandran.

“Aside from providing comfort and style, shoes should also help maintain healthy feet.

“We believe that our latest antibacterial school shoes collection perfectly fulfils these criteria for schoolchildren.”

Bata’s all-new antibacterial range is part of its innovative plans following the brand’s 126th year in the footwear industry.

The company was inspired to produce this latest range after factoring in that children spent an average of six hours per day at school.

This can lead to sweaty feet due to them being covered for a prolonged period of time.

For parents looking for other designs, there is also the original Hello Kitty school shoes and licensed Ejen Ali school shoes at Bata.

Apart from the new products, parents looking for great value can enjoy Bata’s Smart Combo school shoes promotion, valid until Jan 31.

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