Breast Cancer has touched all of our lives in one way or another. This October, SAS has teamed up with Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) and Fashion Footwear Association of New York (FFANY) to raise support and awareness for this disease.Read More
UPDATE: (Sep 18, 2017) The SAS Comfort and Support Team has reached out to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. Due to limited access, we first met evacuees who came to San Antonio, TX by fitting and giving out free shoes and socks. With time, we were able to travel to Kingwood, TX for two days to fit victims there. We were then inspired by the efforts of an 11 year old girl in Plano, TX (Brooke Cobb) who exceeded her $1,000 goal on her GoFundMe page to get shoes for disaster victims. We met her in Plano and gave her an additional 200 pairs of shoes for her donation (see video below).Read More
This summer you may see a lot of red, white, and blue in SAS stores as we celebrate our American heritage and the fact that we’ve kept manufacturing here in America for over 40 years. You also will see “Made in the USA” on some of our products, but not on others. So what does that mean? Here are some facts about where we make our products and why.Read More
Everyone wants shoes to last long and look good. This can be a challenge. Genuine leather can naturally change in form and color over time, especially if not properly maintained. Here are some tips to help you keep that fresh, out-of-the-box look.Read More
There’s an art to packing for a trip. The threat of not having the right outfit to wear for an excursion causes many to burden themselves with overstuffed bags. Yet over-simplifying can leave you panicked when invited to an unexpected event. Packing shoes can be even harder, as they take up so much room. Here’s a few tips to help you pick just the right pairs of shoes so you’re ready for anything.Read More
Editors from New You reached out to our CEO and Design staff with questions about what we make and why we do it.
"To step into a SAS shoe is to step into air," writes Ruchel Louis Coetzee. Giving a nod to our heritage, Coetzee asks in depth questions on the reason for our comfort, the way we source our materials and where we are heading in the future. "And if you think these shoes are just for baby boomers in retirement villages, you are mistaken," Coetzee explains, "The shoe designs are modern, without ever compromising on comfort and quality."
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It’s that time of year, when we sort through our closets and help shed those pieces that either don’t fit, or you just never wear. Sometimes it’s hard to part with those nicer dress pieces, even if they don’t get use. It might be that they cost a bit more, or because they are in nice condition and it doesn’t seem right to throw them out. Well, here’s a great solution: donate those items to Dress for Success!Read More