Here are the top 10 footwear brands in India which are preferred by Footwear Retailers because of their market demand , Margins and Stock Turnover in the Footwear and Leather Industry.

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Bata is the biggest retailer and manufacturer of shoes in India. It has more than 5000 retail stores in the different parts of the world. They offer huge variety of products like casual shoes, formal shoes, sports shoes and sandals in unique and impressive designs. The company owns premium brands like Hush Puppies, North Star and Dr Scholls.

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VKC was founded in 1984 by visionary Shri. VKC Mammed Koya for manufacturing and marketing Hawai slippers. The unit, which commenced its operations with just 20 employees and a modest product portfolio of one item, today has made a mark not just in the Indian Footwear Industry but in the world arena as well.

With a daily production of around 0.4 million pairs, VKC is the Number-1 PU footwear manufacturer in India.

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With nearly 300,000 pairs manufactured daily, Relaxo Hawaii continues to meet, across India, the stringent demands of its users for high-quality footwear. The brand today has become synonymous with the rubber footwear category.

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Columbus Sports is all about escalating athletic footwears amidst people who really believe in making their feet a statement for sports. The company came into existence in 1978 and for over 40 years now, it has been delivering tremendous collections of rough-and-tough sports footwear boasting the comfort a sports person is looking for.

Courtesy Shri BrijManocha, his brothers, and son who have been our mentors for many years. Their guidance led us to create an impressive niche for Columbus Sports and thus, making us one of the best companies in India to manufacture superlative sports shoes.

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Action Shoes is a leading manufacturer of shoe brands for men, women and children in India. It offers wide range of products under the brand names like Flotter, Milano, Campus, Fun Time, Micro, Mausam and Synergy. They are affordably priced and are popular among masses and youth since past three decades.

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In the year 1975 with a production capacity of 1500 pairs a day, Paragon made its humble entry into the Indian market. Kerala, the southernmost tip of the country was home to the young brand. In the year 1982, after gaining popularity in its home state of Kerala, Paragon began its journey to the other Indian states. The company strongly believes that its greatest strength is its staff and its distributors. The company’s distribution of footwear is networked through 18 depots across India. Retail shopkeepers are serviced by more than 450 distributors, delivering stocks to every corner of the country in the shortest possible time.

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Welcome Group is proud to be one of the largest footwear manufacturers in India. We are dedicated to manufacture footwear of unmatched quality and latest designs. We have achieved excellence with an experience of over 25 years, which has helped us to gain the ultimate knowledge required to manufacture products that provide comfort and style at the same time.

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Aqualite was conceptualized as a brand with a distinct vision of providing quality footwear for the masses at affordable prices, making high-quality footwear accessible to every Indian. Both trendy and contemporary in terms of concept, styling, material content, aesthetics and overall presentation, Aqualite has emerged as the most admired footwear brand in India. We are committed to developing and introducing new footwear ranges with leading edge designs complemented with durability and comfort.

Today, Aqualite is well on its way to realize its vision. With a turnover of above INR 7 billion , we are poised for big growth eyeing to be an INR 10 billion company by the end of the financial year 2018-19. We are looking at expanding our distribution network to 1000 dealers making inroads to small towns and plan to put up 100 of our owned showrooms in metros and major.

 

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Lancer footwear is a renowned footwear manufacturing company that offers diverse portfolio of products, which adds comfort to people’s lives. Lancer was founded in the year 1989 from the passion and knowledge of a great visionary Mr. Subhash Chander Gupta, who spearheads the company’s strategic execution of business goals and exponential growth. Lancer Footwear is headquartered in New Delhi, India with 7 state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities spread across Delhi and Haryana, servicing the Footwear Industry with the best of material, design and quality at competitive prices.

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Started in year 1988 to meet the growing demand for branded high-quality Foot care at an affordable price. The Rupani Market is a very popular brand in Foot cares now. In last 20 years the company has achieved a great success and has made its unique identity in Foot care Industry.

The company is man forced with few hundreds of Employees, Sales Persons, Skilled technicians, Designers and R. & D. Team.

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