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Buffalo (footwear)

Buffalo Boots GmbH
GmbH
Founded 1979
Headquarters Hochheim, Germany
Key people
Michael Conradi - Founder
Products Shoes & Accessories
Website www.buffalo-boots.com
Platform trainer
Platform boot
Platform sandals with wooden sole

Buffalo is a brand of clothing and accessories, perhaps best known for its footwear, owned by the Buffalo Boots GmbH. Its headquarters are in Hochheim am Main, Germany.

Buffalo's notoriety increased significantly with the popularity, especially in Europe, of its platform shoes from the mid-1990s through the early 2000s. The 20-centimetre platform model 1310-2 was made famous by British girl band the Spice Girls.

Buffalo manufactures women's shoes, men's shoes like dress shoes, western and biker boots, skate shoes, high heels, pumps, sandals, overknee boots,[1] flip-flops, and other footwear, as well as shirts, jackets, trousers, skirts, hosiery, swimsuits, undergarments, and small baggage.

References

  1. ^ Official Site

External links

  • Official Site
  • Buffalo Japan


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