• OG Zonka
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  • Men's Health
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Chris Martin created e to the OG Zonka, an incredible limited edition shoe design, which was published, for a whole week, on Men's Health magazine.

It’s another exclusive project published in a world-class magazine thanks to the PR Boost service by the AliveShoes team.

Our team aims to make designs from the AliveShoes platform visible on the most important national and international fashion magazines and on trending influencers.

OG Zonka brand appeared all over Men'sHealth's website for an entire week

Photos created by the brand’s designer were the background for the sections of the online magazine.

Specific banner featuring the shoes’ design appeared in the week’s most important articles.

In the magazine’s main sections, there were vertical banners featuring the brand and the shoe photos.


About the brand and style of OG Zonka

OG Zonka shoes were designed by a chef for the chef. Hand crafted in Italy and shipped to your door, $30.00 of OG ZONKA PR BOOST #180 These shoes were designed by a chef for the chef. Hand crafted in Italy and shipped to your door, $30.00 of every sale goes to http ://zonkamiles.org to help needy children and adult victims of the failed drug war. Chris has also launched the new web series “Convicted Creations”- with each episode is filmed with Chef Martin and a special guest -devoted to creating tasty meals made with commissary which can be purchased in prison- exclusively available only to inmates. In his free time (which is minimal)- you can catch him riding his Harley, rooting for the Royals & Chiefs, or hitting the lake with his family.

About Chris Martin designer 

Born in Virginia and bred in Kansas, former semi-pro baseball player and Chron’s disease sufferer Chris Martin doesn’t infuse just for a living, he does it to keep on living. Martin, founder of Hempful Farms, is a family man with five kids (three grown) who’s devoted to helping end Prohibition by showing the world how hemp can heal. A 26-year chef, Martin has opened ten restaurants, including four he co-owned. In 2009, he founded Zonka Bars, but ran afoul unclear medical marijuana laws, which prompted him to shift his focus from product-only to a sit-down restaurant. His cooking skills and Crohn’s disease diagnosis led him to open up Hempful Farms Cafe in 2014, with hopes of showing more people the healing power of cannabinoid-infused food. Martin’s time as a guest of the state forced his family to close the cafe and move the Hempful Farms production facility and retail store to north Phoenix in 2017. You can catch him on the weekends riding his Harley and rooting for the Royals and Chiefs.