John Fluevog creates two more pairs of 'The Dr. Henry' shoe

If you missed out on the popular Dr. Bonnie Henry shoes created by Vancouver-based acclaimed footwear designer John Fluevog earlier this year, you now have another chance. 

The designer announced in April that a shoe had been created in the honour of BC’s provincial health officer, which ended up causing mayhem the day of release (April 23), with the website crashing numerous times and confusion to who got shoes and who did not. 

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As of August 28, two designs of the 'Dr. Henry' have appeared on the website, which are available online only. The company also announced the release on Facebook.

The two options are black or blue and look the same as the pink design released earlier this year. 

Thes shoes go for $339 Canadian. Fluevog says 15 per cent of the sales of the shoes will support the WHO's COVID-19 response fund. The first pair saw 100 per cent of the profits go to Food Banks BC.

~ With files from Canadian Press and Vancouver is Awesome.

 
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