The footwear industry in Ghana is getting exciting by the day. With new designs and many styles to choose from, footwear manufacturing companies like TRAP, are giving a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘pamper your feet’.
Combined with other materials, the company uses jute to manufacture standard class footwear for the Ghanaian market.
This week, TRAP outdoored – Maize – a sleek, gorgeous addition to its already impressive range of footwear on the market.
Made from corn husk, with a combination of leather, marcro and bonner, these new babes are set to make ladies feel like walking on air.
The men are not left out. Gentlemen looking to incorporate a wow factor to their casual look in a subtle yet elegant manner should consider adding a pair of bespoke Maize slippers.
For more than three years, founders, George Asante and Papa Sika-Andoh have beautified the feet of the ever stylish and fashion-savvy millennials who want to look good but not at a cost they cannot afford.
With an initial mindset of a shoe repair company, TRAP has now become a household name, and a brand people choose over others.
It also hopes to, in the near future, move to the manufacturing of clothing, fashion accessories, bags, and anything fashion.
The company already has an amazing array of casual wear for both men and women.
The TRAP Butterfly comes with a touch of African fabric; the JES-sika sandals are exclusively for ladies, Patches; which is unisex. All these come in the crisscross, crossbar, ring toe and the French cross models.
As part of its strategy to dominate the market, TRAP has partnered with online shopping platforms like Jumia.com, Dziffa.com and most recently Kab-Fam Ghana Limited to make its products available for those who prefer to shop online.
The products are also available on demand and can be custom made upon request.