ROCKDEEP INFINITE AQUALTUNE Vanilla (Pre-Order)

  • Brand: ROCKDEEP
  • Availability: In Stock
$164.99
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A MEMBERSHIP FOR INFINITE DISCOUNTS & REWARDS! THIS IS A PRE-ORDER - Meaning you are securing your pair of INFINITE shoes. PLEASE sign up for email marketing when purchasing and download the ROCKDEEP app on either App Store if you haven't already.  The CEO will make updates in......
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CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A MEMBERSHIP FOR INFINITE DISCOUNTS & REWARDS!

THIS IS A PRE-ORDER - Meaning you are securing your pair of INFINITE shoes.

PLEASE sign up for email marketing when purchasing and download the ROCKDEEP app on either App Store if you haven't already. 

The CEO will make updates in the following ways so this prevents you from needing to contact corporate for anything other than change of address OR size change.

  • Email
  • APP
  • Production Schedule on the website
  • Social Media via  CEO Updates during the week or IG and Facebook stories.

Please review your order before completion. If you order the wrong size by accident and do not realize until we ship and your original size is sold out, the only thing you can hope for is someone else exchanging. 

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The Price will increase after the pre-order ends.

SIZE CHART:

Please compare your Euro Size in your current non ROCKDEEP Sneakers to this chart. Please select your Euro size that equates to ours and of course select the US size.

If you pick the wrong size you will be responsible for shipping the footwear to get the correct size.

If we send you a size you did not order, we will issue you a return label.  

NO EXCEPTIONS!!

 

HERSTORY:

Aqualtune Ezgondidu Mahamud da Silva Santos (fl. 1665) was a Kongo princess who was the daughter of an unidentified Manikongo. According to the tradition, she was the mother of Ganga Zumba and the maternal grandmother of Zumbi.[1]

In 1665, Aqualtune led a force of ten thousand Kongo men and women in the Battle of Mbwila, where she was captured in defeat.[1][2] She was then transported to the Port of Recife, a warehouse and sugar mill. She was purchased as a breeding slave, and was later sold to a mill in Porto Calvo, already pregnant.[3] She then escaped her enslavement, reaching the Palmares quilombo. She then became the leader of the Subupuira quilombo, which was northeast of the capital of the Palmares.

She had two sons, Ganga Zumba and Gana Zona, who both took on leadership roles in the Palmares. Zumbi was the child of her daughter Sabina. Her fate and later life is unknown, dying a mysterious death in 1675

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