Company is marketing its product under the registered trade “Bosco” which has become synonym for a good quality footwear. At Bosco, customer service & satisfaction is the prime motto. The department is managed professionally, and every customer is served well here. At present company has a strong marketing network all over India. The department is prompt and best of the services are available to all our customers. The department is well equipped with all the latest communication systems like emails, fax, etc.
Keeping pace with the time company has launched a new brand “Best EVA” of the plastic footwear, and slowly and steadily entering the market
With the team of 200+ sincere distributors we serve the states of Rajasthan, Gujrat, MP CG, Hariyana And Others.
To Create Value for the world.
To Create & deliver higher value for money service to our consumers or users
To serve & satisfy of customers, and all associates
To fulfill the needs of our people,
To inculcate values, to develop a responsible society
The Right Socks
When trying on shoes, make sure you are wearing the appropriate socks. For instance, if you are trying on boots
The Right Time
The best time to try on shoes is usually at the end of the day, when your feet are most swollen. The point of waiting until the end of the day is to make sure that the footwear can fit you at your widest– kind of a “worst case scenario” check.
The Right Foot
The first shoe you try on should be for your larger foot. For most people, their larger foot is the opposite from the hand they write with. For example, if you’re right handed, your left foot might be bigger. Always fit the pair of shoes to this foot.
The First Step
Stand up with your shoes on. Walk around. You should be able to wiggle your toes in the front of the shoe. For most footwear, your toes will be able to touch the top of the shoe, but there should be 3/8″ to 1/2″ of space between your longest toe and the end of the shoe. Different styles can sometimes dictate a different amount of space at the end of the shoe for example ” pointed toe” style.
The Right Shoe
Don’t buy shoes that are too tight. If you’re at the point where you’re hoping they will stretch to be comfortable, they probably won’t. It’s true that soft leather and suede give slightly, moulding to your foot, but they will not dramatically increase in width or length. There’s a difference between a “snug”, comfortable fit and a “tight”, uncomfortable fit. A few laps in the store should help you decide how you feel.
MAINTAINING YOUR SHOES & LUGGAGE
- Shoes are an expensive investment, but with care they can last a lifetime.
- Always polish shoes after use. Polish nourishes the leather from cracking and drying out.
- Place wood shoe trees in the shoes after use, thus retaining the shape and removing moisture. Shoes should not be a tight Fit, just a sufficient tension to hold on shoes without stretching at top of heel
- Try not to wear the same pair of shoes on consecutive days. The life of your shoes can be greatly extended if they are rested between use.
- If you wear suede or unbuck shoes, brush them regularly.
- The careful application of a Scotch guard™ spray will repel most stains (but not grease and oil).
- Do not allow soles to become too thin as this may damage other parts of the shoes, such as the welts and uppers
- Always use a good shoe or boot horn; this will prevent irreparable damage to the back stiffening of the shoes.
- Do not dry damp shoes on direct heat.