March's Shoe Fitter of the Month: Daniel G. from SHOES-n-FEET Shorelin

March's Shoe Fitter of the Month: Daniel G. from SHOES-n-FEET Shoreline

Posted by JB Smith, Co-Owner on

March Shoe Fitter of the Month - SHOES-n-FEET

March comes in like a lion...but with our March Shoe Fitter of the Month's backpacking skills and love for cooler climates, we're sure he can handle whatever the month throws his way. Hailing from the beautiful state of Arizona, Daniel G. has already made a name for himself at SHOES-n-FEET Shoreline with his style and top-knotch customer service skills. Learn more about the newest member of the team in our questionnaire below.

Name: Daniel G.

SHOES-n-FEET location: Shoreline, WA

Position: Shoe Fitter 

How long have you been working for SHOES-n-FEET? Just under 6 weeks

What is the first pair of shoes you remember? Asics running sneakers that I had in high school

If you could travel to one place in the world, where would it be? Ireland – would love to see the countryside and meet the people.

What’s your biggest foot- or shoe-related pet peeve? I haven't been working here long enough to have any serious pet peeves, but ask me again in a month or two!

If you were a superhero, would you rather have the power to run really fast or to jump really high? Jump high

What is your favorite outdoor activity? Backpacking. Having just moved up from Arizona, I’m really excited to explore the woods of the Northwest.

What pair of shoes could you not live without? A good pair of boots so that I could spent as much time as I wanted to hiking outdoors.

If you were stranded on a desert island and could only have 3 items with you, what would they be and why? A knife and a rope because it doesn't get much more useful that those two things when it comes to survival, and you can never go wrong with a hat.

If you had to eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be? Sushi

What’s your favorite thing about Shoreline? The weather! The cooler greener weather is a nice break from the dry heat of the desert that I’m used to.

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