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Akira Footwear information
The Loop outpost of the trendy local chain offers fun footwear in the most recent styles. Fancy Chuck Taylors, cute silver sandals, colorful rain boots – whatever the look du jour is, you’ll probably find it on the racks. There’s lots of seating to try on your selections and most items are moderately priced.