[General] Customized shoe to celebrate

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Hey friends!
i wanna post a new publication on my blog, can you help me?

i wanna use this sentence:
••Customized shoe to celebrate the qualification of South Korea to the World Cup!

it's correct? Can I start the sentence with "customized"? No problem?
what about "shoe" it's correct or will I use "shoes" NB: I'm referring to an only pair! (Left & right) hahah!
and "comma" punctuation is needed in this sentence?

thank youuu! 😃😃
 

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Hey friends!
I [STRIKE]wanna[/STRIKE] want to write a new blog post. [STRIKE]a new publication on my blog,[/STRIKE] Can you help me?
I [STRIKE]wanna[/STRIKE] want to use this sentence:

Customized shoe to celebrate the qualification of South Korea to the World Cup!

[STRIKE]it's[/STRIKE] Is it correct? Can I start the sentence with "customized"? [STRIKE]No[/STRIKE] Is it a problem?
What about "shoe"? [STRIKE]it's[/STRIKE] Is it correct or [STRIKE]will[/STRIKE] should I use "shoes"?
NB: I'm referring to [STRIKE]an[/STRIKE] only one pair (no full stop here) (left & right). [STRIKE]hahah![/STRIKE]
[STRIKE]and[/STRIKE] Is a comma (no quotation marks required) [STRIKE]punctuation is[/STRIKE] needed in this sentence?

Thank you! [STRIKE]uu![/STRIKE]

First, please note my corrections and comments in red above. It's important to follow these rules of written English at all times:

- Start every sentence with a capital letter.
- End every sentence with one punctuation mark.
- Always capitalise the word "I" (first person singular).
Please don't use non-standard things like "wanna" or "gonna" on this forum.

Yes, you can start with "Customised". I would use "shoes" or "pair of shoes". I would say "... South Korea's World Cup qualification". No comma is needed. What you have written is like a caption or a headline so it doesn't have to be a complete sentence.
 

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I would call it a "commemorative" shoe.
 

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What do you mean?
 

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A commemorative shoe is one that has been specially designed (i.e., "customized") to commemorate an event. Dave and I think commemorative​ is a better word to use here.
 
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