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Footwear

DateAug, 2006
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Abstract:
Countries covered: Global

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Footwear in US$ Million and Million Units (Pairs). The major product segments analyzed are Athletic Footwear (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure,), Outdoor/Rugged Footwear, Casual Footwear, and Dress/Formal Footwear. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East/Africa, and Latin America. Annual forecasts are provided for each region and product segment for the period of 2001 through 2010. A ten-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets with annual market analytics. The report profiles 1079 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Adidas AG, Reebok International, The Bata Shoe Organization, Bata India Ltd., Brown Shoe Company, Deckers Outdoor Corporation, ECCO Sko A/S, Gucci, Kenneth Cole Productions, Lacrosse Footwear, Nike, Nine West Group Inc., Puma, R.G. Barry Corporation, San Paulo & Alpargatas, S.A., Sport Brands International, The Stride Rite Corporation, The Timberland Company, Vans, Inc., Weyco Group (Florsheim), Wolverine World Wide, Inc., The Athlete’s Foot, The Finish Line, Inc., Foot Locker, Inc., Champs Sports, Payless Shoesource, Inc., and The Sports Authority, Inc. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

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Companies Included in this Report:
1. 2 GI. CI. Srl (Italy)
2. 3A Antonini SpA (Italy)
3. 4u Footwear (China)
4. A & F Overseas Trade Ltd. (India)
5. A.K.A. Advanced Kit Art Srl (Italy)
6. A.Tavares & CA S.A. (Portugal)
7. A Yuksel Onel (Turkey)
8. AAR ESS International (Sri Lanka)
9. ABA Calzaturificio (Italy)
10. Abeba Spezialschuhausstatter GmbH (Germany)
11. Abetitos Shoes Tinateli Villena S.L. (Spain)
12. Abin Footwear Industry Co. (China)
13. Abris Ltd. (Estonia)
14. Ace Exports Ltd. (India)
15. Action S.r.l. Tosi Industries (Italy)
16. Actor 3 S.r.o. (Slovakia)
17. ACZ Negoce (Morocco)
18. Adidas-Salomon AG (Germany)
19. Aedo (Spain)
20. Aera Footwear (New Zealand)
21. Aerosoles (Aerogroup International, Inc.) (USA)
22. African Sandal (South Africa)
23. Aguila Enterprises Co., Ltd. (China)
24. AKCL Exports Ltd. (India)
25. Al Wardha Footwear & Leather Products Co. LLC (Oman)
26. Alberto Gozzi SpA (Italy)
27. Alden Shoe Co. (USA)
28. Aldo's Srl (Italy)
29. Alexander Nicolette, SpA (Italy)
30. Alexandra PLC (UK)
31. Alfred Sargent & Sons Ltd. (UK)
32. Alifax Srl (Italy)
33. Alipio Pereira & Pereira, Lda. (Portugal)
34. All Star Footwear (China)
35. Allen-Edmonds Shoe Corporation (USA)
36. Aloha Slipper (USA)
37. Alpach Srl (Italy)
38. Alpargatas Calzados S.A. (Argentina)
39. Alpe Sport (HK) Ltd. (Hong Kong)
40. Al-Quamar Sanaat Wa Tajarat (Pakistan)
41. Alsa GmbH (Germany)
42. Altama Footwear (USA)
43. Alvand Shoe (Iran)
44. Amity Advance Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
45. Anaya Sucesores, S.A. De C.V. (Mexico)
46. Ancarix Corporation (South Korea)
47. And 1 (USA)
48. Andrenacci (Italy)
49. Andrew Srl /Andrew Calzaturificio (Italy)
50. Angelo Burlinetto, Srl (Italy)
51. Annabella SpA (Italy)
52. Apolo Manufacturers SL (Spain)
53. Arbesko AB (Sweden)
54. Ardam Dis Ticaret Ltd. (Turkey)
55. Arise (Bulgaria)
56. Aristocraft Srl (Romania)
57. Arkte' Srl (Italy)
58. Aropec Sports Corporation (Taiwan)
59. Artec Difusion, S.L. (Spain)
60. Artioli-Calzaturificio Star SpA (Italy)
61. AS Maharaja Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
62. Asahi Corporation Co., Ltd. (Japan)
63. Asia Industrial Enterprises (Pvt)., Ltd. (Sri Lanka)
64. ASICS Corporation (Japan)
ASICS America Corporation (USA)
65. Asolo SpA (Italy)
66. Assett, Inc. (USA)
67. Aster Childrens Shoes (France)
68. Atis-em, Spol. S.r.o. (Czech Republic)
69. Attilio Giusti Leombruni (Italy)
70. Auclair & Martineau, Inc. (Canada)
71. Audley Shoemakers (UK)
72. Aurora Shoe Co. (USA)
73. Ausam Products (Australia)
74. Ausli Shoes Ind Co., Ltd. (China)
75. Avail Step Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
76. AVI Ltd. (South Africa)
77. B.A.V Shoes SpA (Italy)
78. B2 Srl (Italy)
79. Bacou-Dalloz Group (USA)
Bacou-Dalloz SA (France)
80. Baffin, Inc. (Canada)
81. Bagnoli Shoes Srl (Italy)
82. Baik San Co., Ltd. (Korea)
83. Baili Shoes Co., Ltd. (China)
84. Bakers Footwear Group, Inc. (USA)
85. Baldinini (Italy)
86. Bally Schuhfabriken AG (Switzerland)
87. Baloun Robert (Czech Republic)
88. Baluja Shoe Co. (India)
89. Bama Tomaificcio (Albania)
90. Banker Shoes Ltd. (Mauritius)
91. Barker Shoes Ltd. (UK)
92. Barrett, Srl (Italy)
93. Bash Sports, LLC (USA)
94. Bata Ltd. (Canada)
Bata (Malaysia) SDN BHD (Malaysia)
Bata France Distribution SA (France)
Bata India Limited (India)
Bata Shoe Company Of Australia Pty Ltd. (Australia)
Bata Shoe (Thailand) PCL (Thailand)
95. Batsanis Shoes Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
96. Bear Feet (USA)
97. Beatrix Ong Ltd. (UK)
98. Beheshtian Shoes Co. (Iran)
99. Belleville Shoe Manufacturing Company (USA)
100. Bellini Diego Calzature (Italy)
101. Bellmoda GmbH (Germany)
102. Ben Hur Natural Products (Israel)
103. Benetom, Spol. Sro (Czech Republic)
104. Benetton Group SpA (Italy)
105. Benson Shoes (The Netherlands)
106. Bestboots Ltd. (UK)
107. Beston International, Inc. (USA)
108. Beverly (Tunisia)
109. Bexley (France)
110. BFR SG Pte Ltd. (Singapore)
111. Bianco Footwear (Denmark)
112. BIG 5 Corporation (USA)
113. Big Star Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
114. Bigman Shoes Factory (Indonesia)
115. Bihn Tan Pte., Ltd. (Vietnam)
116. Billabong International Ltd. (Australia)
117. Bi-Lynn Co., Ltd. (China)
118. Binhtien Imex. Corp., Pte., Ltd. (Vietnam)
119. Birkenstock Orthopдdie GmbH & Co., KG (Germany)
Birkenstock Footprint Sandals, Inc. (USA)
120. Bite Footwear (USA)
121. Bjarni's Boots (UK)
122. Blacks Leisure Group PLC (UK)
Blacks Outdoor Group (UK)
123. Blundstone Pty Ltd. (Australia)
124. Bodashi Shoes Co., Ltd. (China)
125. Bodyglove NZ (New Zealand)
126. Bolebyns Garveri AB (Sweden)
127. Bolton Footwear (Pty) Limited (South Africa)
128. Boomerang S.P.A. (Italy)
129. Bossway Footwear Ltd. (Indonesia)
130. Boswell (Greece)
131. Botas Cuadra Sa De Cv (Mexico)
132. Botas Industriales De Piletas SA de CV (Mexico)
133. Braccialini Srl (Italy)
134. Briggs Industrial Footwear, Ltd. (UK)
135. Brigitte Ravel BVBA (Belgium)
136. Brooks Sports, Inc. (USA)
137. Brown Shoe Company, Inc. (USA)
Bass (USA)
138. Brue® SpA (Italy)
139. Calana Calzados Anatómicos (Spain)
140. Calixto Ecuador
141. Calpierre Srl (Italy)
142. Calz Ballin Franco & C, Srl (Italy)
143. Calza Infante (Mexico)
144. Calzado Chavita SA De C.V. (Mexico)
145. Calzado Coban SA (Guatemala)
146. Calzado Colonial (Mexico)
147. Calzado Coloso (Mexico)
148. Calzado Kinder (Mexico)
149. Calzado Mares (Mexico)
150. Calzado Velmar SA DE CV (Mexico)
151. Calzados Bestard, S.A. (Spain)
152. Calzados Boreal SL (Spain)
153. Calzados Fal SA (Spain)
154. Calzados Guante (Chile)
155. Calzaturifici Davide (Italy)
156. Calzaturifici Riuniti Marchigiani (Italy)
157. Calzaturificio Amaranti Srl (Italy)
158. Calzaturificio Angela, Snc (Italy)
159. Calzaturificio Ballin Srl (Italy)
160. Calzaturificio Braccini Srl (Italy)
161. Calzaturificio Brenda Srl (Italy)
162. Calzaturificio Brunate, SpA (Italy)
163. Calzaturificio Brunella, Srl (Italy)
164. Calzaturificio California Srl (Italy)
165. Calzaturificio Carabelli Srl (Italy)
166. Calzaturificio Card Srl (Italy)
167. Calzaturificio Cardigan Srl (Italy)
168. Calzaturificio Carmens SpA (Italy)
169. Calzaturificio Celini Srl (Italy)
170. Calzaturificio Cerutti Srl (Italy)
171. Calzaturificio Cherie, SpA (Italy)
172. Calzaturificio Cinzia Valle (Italy)
173. Calzaturificio Cleo Bottier Srl (Italy)
174. Calzaturificio Creative Srl (Italy)
175. Calzaturificio Dardi, srl (Italy)
176. Calzaturificio Doria Mario Srl (Italy)
177. Calzaturificio Dover Srl (Italy)
178. Calzaturificio Eiffel Srl (Italy)
179. Calzaturificio Emmevi Srl (Italy)
180. Calzaturificio Euroesse, SAS (Italy)
181. Calzaturificio F.Lli Bruglia, Snc (Italy)
182. Calzaturificio F.Lli Caponi, Srl (Italy)
183. Calzaturificio Fadel Snc (Italy)
184. Calzaturificio Farfa, Srl (Italy)
185. Calzaturificio Fontana Srl (Italy)
186. Calzaturificio Full Time Snc (Italy)
187. Calzaturificio Gabriele Srl (Italy)
188. Calzaturificio Gi-Pi Srl (Italy)
189. Calzaturificio Gianstef Srl (Italy)
190. Calzaturificio Gimar Srl (Italy)
191. Calzaturificio Giorgi (Di Giorgi Adriano & C.)
192. Calzaturificio Gravati Mario, SpA (Italy)
193. Calzaturificio Gronell Srl (Italy)
194. Calzaturificio Guido Sgariglia Srl (Italy)
195. Calzaturificio Heros Srl (Italy)
196. Calzaturificio Jaguar Snc (Italy)
197. Calzaturificio Kaina Srl (Italy)
198. Calzaturificio La Nuova Pantera & C SAS (Italy)
199. Calzaturificio Lancio di Alberto Lanciotti & C Snc (Italy)
200. Calzaturificio Le Pi SNC Di Piervincenzi Silvano & C (Italy)
201. Calzaturificio Lido Marinozzi Srl (Italy)
202. Calzaturificio Lorbac SpA (Italy)
203. Calzaturificio Luis Scrl (Italy)
204. Calzaturificio Mac Dugan Srl (Italy)
205. Calzaturificio Magrini Srl (Italy)
206. Calzaturificio Majestic Srl (Italy)
207. Calzaturificio Manas SpA (Italy)
208. Calzaturificio Maria Elisa SpA (Italy)
209. Calzaturificio Mariani Srl (Italy)
210. Calzaturificio Maritan SpA (Italy)
211. Calzaturificio Mary Srl (Italy)
212. Calzaturificio Mauron Snc (Italy)
213. Calzaturificio Mexas Srl (Italy)
214. Calzaturificio Mia Shoe Snc (Italy)
215. Calzaturificio Moda Di Fausto SpA (Italy)
216. Calzaturificio Monna Lisa SpA (Italy)
217. Calzaturificio Napoleoni Srl (Italy)
218. Calzaturificio Neri Srl (Italy)
219. Calzaturificio Norton Srl (Italy)
220. Calzaturificio Nova Shoes Srl (Italy)
221. Calzaturificio Nuova P.R SAS (Di Pera Giuseppe Michael E Mirko & C.) (Italy)
222. Calzaturificio Nuovo Nicar Srl (Italy)
223. Calzaturificio Panda Srl (Italy)
224. Calzaturificio Panizzolo Antonio Srl (Italy)
225. Calzaturificio Parenti Srl (Italy)
226. Calzaturificio Parisienne (Italy)
227. Calzaturificio Patani Di Patani U & C S.A.S (Italy)
228. Calzaturificio Poker Srl (Italy)
229. Calzaturificio Pratika Srl (Italy)
230. Calzaturificio Rambo Srl (Italy)
231. Calzaturificio Rapari Srl (Italy)
232. Calzaturificio RDB Srl (Italy)
233. Calzaturificio Renata (Italy)
234. Calzaturificio Rinascita SpA (Italy)
235. Calzaturificio RO BY Shoes Srl (Italy)
236. Calzaturificio Rosetta Srl (Italy)
237. Calzaturificio Rossi Srl (Italy)
238. Calzaturificio Sartori SpA (Italy)
239. Calzaturificio Saty, Srl (Italy)
240. Calzaturificio Selenia Srl (Italy)
241. Calzaturificio Sonia Srl (Italy)
242. Calzaturificio Spring Srl (Italy)
243. Calzaturificio Star SpA (Italy)
244. Calzaturificio Stephan SNC (Italy)
245. Calzaturificio Susimoda Srl (Italy)
246. Calzaturificio T & C Originals SNC (Italy)
247. Calzaturificio Tip-Tap Di Soricetti Gilberto (Italy)
248. Calzaturificio Tre Più S.R.L. (Italy)
249. Calzaturificio V.R.L Lattanzi Gianfranco & C SNC (Italy)
250. Calzaturificio Verdecchia & C SAS (Italy)
251. Calzaturificio Voltan Srl (Italy)
252. Calzaturificio Wings Srl (Italy)
253. Calzaturificio Zamberlan Srl (Italy)
254. Calzaturifiocio Dorita Srl (Italy)
255. CAM Calzaturificio Cappelletti Srl (Italy)
256. Canguro SpA (Italy)
257. Canterbury Leather International Ltd. (New Zealand)
258. Cantho Footwear Company (Vietnam)
259. Caparrini Srl (Italy)
260. Capo Nord SNC (Italy)
261. Caponi F LLI (Italy)
262. Capps Shoe Company (USA)
263. Caravelle Srl (Italy)
264. Carl Semler Shoe factory GmbH & Co. (Germany)
265. Carpan Srl (Italy)
266. Caterpillar Footwear (USA)
267. Cavalli Calzature SNC (Italy)
268. CCC SA (Poland)
269. Cecoex Manufacturers SL (Spain)
270. Cediva Srl (Italy)
271. Celso Perez C.Por A (Dominican Republic)
272. Cesare Catini SpA (Italy)
273. Chaco, Inc. (USA)
274. Changzhou Wintide Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
275. Charles Jourdan Industrie (France)
276. Check Industries Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
277. Chenfeng Machinery & Enterprise Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
278. Chi Luen Shoes Fty., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
279. China Greatman Trading Company (Taiwan)
280. China Lingguang Shoes Co., Ltd. (China)
281. Champion Wealth Industrial (HK) Ltd. (Hong Kong)
282. Chung Hing Shoe Store Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
283. Chung Luen Footwear Ltd. (Hong Kong)
284. Church & Co., (Footwear) Ltd. (UK)
285. Chyau Feng Plastics Ind Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
286. Ciao Bimbi SpA (Italy)
287. Ciga Srl (Italy)
288. Cíl VD (Czech Republic)
289. Cinnamon Soul Sandal Co. (USA)
290. C&J Clark International Ltd. (UK)
291. CNS Comsoft Pvt., Ltd. (India)
292. COF Enterprise Development Co., Ltd. (China)
293. Comfortwear Footwear (Australia)
294. Compagnucci Srl (Italy)
295. Comp-Ant (Yugoslavia)
296. Condor Trade Srl (Italy)
297. Conshu Holdings Limited (South Africa)
298. Creaciones Seltra S.L. (Spain)
299. Crispi Sport Srl (Italy)
300. Crockett & Jones Ltd. (UK)
301. Crocodile (Singapore)
302. D Samson Industries Ltd. (Sri Lanka)
303. D. Jacobson & Sons Ltd. (UK)
304. Da Fran Srl (Italy)
305. Daino Shoes Srl (Italy)
306. Danner Shoe Manufacturing Co. (USA)
307. David Shoes Ltd. (Bulgaria)
308. Dawar Group (India)
309. DB Shoes Ltd. (UK)
310. DC Shoes, Inc. (USA)
311. De Munnik Schoenen Bv (The Netherlands)
312. De Robert Calzature E Scarpe Da Donna (Italy)
313. Deckers Outdoor Corporation (USA)
Teva Sport Sandals (USA)
314. Delta Sole Pvt., Ltd. (India)
315. Dexgold Ltd. (UK)
316. Diadora (Italy)
317. Dickies (UK)
318. Dieba Shoes (Portugal)
319. Diesel (Italy)
320. Dinkie Heel Plc (UK)/ Dinkie-FCE
321. Diona Prod Srl (Romania)
322. Diterro Shoes (Greece)
323. Diva Co. Ltd. (Vietnam)
324. Dks S.R.L.- Primabase (Italy)
325. Dnew Development Co., Ltd. (China)
326. Dobrich Ad (Bulgaria)
327. Dolomite USA (USA)
328. Donald Pliner (USA)
329. Donianna (Albania)
330. Donna Adriana Srl (Italy)
331. Double Sun Trading Co., Ltd. (China)
332. Doublestar Group Corporation (China)
333. Douglas Sandals Ltd. (New Zealand)
334. Dr. Martens (UK)
335. Dr. Scholl’s (USA)
336. Dragon Shoes Company (Indonesia)
337. Dubarry Shoes Ltd. (Ireland)
338. Due Elle SpA (Italy)
339. Due Leoni Varese (Italy)
340. Duna Srl (Italy)
341. Dunkelman & Son Ltd. (UK)
342. Durea Schoenfabriek BV. (The Netherlands)
343. Dynasty Footwear Ltd. (USA)
344. DYVA Srl (Italy)
345. Dzo, S.R.O. (Czech Republic)
346. E Gandolfi Ltd. (UK)
347. E. Sutton & Son Ltd. (UK)
348. E.J.Enterprises (South Korea)
349. E.San Roman S.A. (Peru)
350. Easy Spirit (USA)
351. Easy Street (USA)
352. Ecco Sko A/S (Denmark)
353. Eclipse Footwear (Canada)
354. Eddels Shoes SA (South Africa)
355. Eden Calzaturificio S.N.C. (Italy)
356. Edward Green & Co., Ltd. (UK)
357. Effegi Style SpA (Italy)
358. El Samaloty (Egypt)
359. Elalami Import-Export Co (Morocco)
360. Elata - Salvatore Nicolazzo Srl (Italy)
361. Eldam (Poland)
362. Elegant Footwear Pvt. Ltd. (Pakistan)
363. Elegants Ltd. (Latvia)
364. Eli Calzados S.L. (Spain)
365. Elio`s Srl (Italy)
366. Elisabet Srl (Italy)
367. Ellemoda Calzature Srl (Italy)
368. Emma Hope's Shoes (UK)
369. Emmedieci Calzaturificio Srl (Italy)
370. EMU Australia (USA)
371. Engiel (Italy)
372. Enkay Rubber Works (Pakistan)
373. Enkay Sports (UK)
374. Enzee Pakistan (Pakistan)
375. Enzella Firenze (Italy)
376. Enzo Angiolini (USA)
377. Equity Shoes Ltd. (UK)
378. Ercoli Dei F.Lli Ercoli & C. S.N.C. (Italy)
379. Ergon A. S. (Czech Republic)
380. Ernesto Dolani (Italy)
381. Erregi (Italy)
382. ES Originals (USA)
383. Esme Ertekin (UK)
384. Ester S.N.C Dei F.Lli Lecchi G. & C. (Italy)
385. Estres Modes SL (Spain)
386. Etienne Aigner AG (Germany)
387. Eurobimbi Srl (Italy)
388. Euroconex (Romania)
389. Euro-Export SpA (Italy)
390. Euromoda De Calzado, SA De CV (Mexico)
391. Ever Success Footwear Ltd. (Hong Kong)
392. Everfrank Shoes (China)
393. Everlast Worldwide, Inc. (USA)
394. Everlight Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
395. Everun International Co., Ltd. (Korea)
396. Ex-Cell Fashion, Inc. (China)
397. Exmio S.R.O. (Slovakia)
398. Exportshoes (Mexico)
399. F & C Lemonis S.A (Greece)
400. F.lli Barbabella S.N.C. (Italy)
401. F.lli Lepori SpA (Italy)
402. F.Lli Sagripanti SpA (Italy)
403. Fabi SpA (Italy)
404. Fabryki Obuwia Krisbut (Poland)
405. Fairdeal Enterprises (Hong Kong)
406. Falc SpA (Italy)
407. Fare (Czech Republic)
408. Fasan-Schuhfabrik GmbH (Germany)
409. Fashion House (USA)
410. Fast Footwear Trading International (China)
411. Felici Calzaturificio (Italy)
412. Feng Sheng Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
413. Figlia Shoes (Philippines)
414. Fila Holding SpAFila Sport SpA (Italy)
Fila USA, Inc. (USA)
415. Filanto Albania (Albania)
416. Finmous Intrends (M) Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
417. Fiorangelo-Moda Clan Riel (Italy)
418. Fiore S.N.C. Sassetti (Italy)
419. Fitwell Exports P Ltd. (India)
420. Flexiko CZ, S.R.O (Czech Republic)
421. Floare S.a.t.i. (Moldova)
422. Florett Schuhfabrik Wilhelm Hendrich GmbH (Germany)
423. Florida Group Ltd. (UK)
424. Florsheim Group, Inc. (USA)
425. Flourish Shoes Ltd. (China)
426. Flying Dragon Shoestown China Ltd. (Hong Kong)
427. FM International (Australia)
428. Foot Action USA (USA)
429. Footstyle Shoes Co. (Pakistan)
430. Footwear Concepts (South Africa)
431. For Victory Shoes Co., Ltd. (China)
432. Fornari SpA (Italy)
433. Forward Shoes Trading Corporation (China)
434. Foulee De Mexico (Mexico)
435. Frada Srl (Italy)
436. Frams (South Africa)
437. Franco Cimadamore Srl (Italy)
438. Frau SpA (Italy)
439. Freed of London Ltd. (UK)
440. Freesby Srl (Italy)
441. French Connection (UK)
442. Frisco Trapica SA DE CV (Mexico)
443. Fubu (USA)
444. Fujian Jinjiang Trade Co. (China)
445. Fujisho Company Ltd. (Hong Kong)
446. Fuke Shoes Ind. Co., Ltd. (China)
447. Future Footwear (USA)
448. Futuristico 3000 (Italy)
449. Fuzhou Supertime International (China)
450. G & G Footwear S.r.l. (Italy)
451. G.A.F. Stores (Pakistan)
452. G.I.G Footwear (Albania)
453. G.R.E.N. Shoes (Albania)
454. Gabor Shoes AG (Germany)
455. Gaitonde Group (India)
456. Galaxia Calzado (Colombia)
457. Galia Shoes Factory (Bulgaria)
458. Galizio Torresi Srl (Italy)
459. Gallucci G & M Calzaturificio (Italy)
460. Galpa S.A. (Spain)
461. Gam Srl (Italy)
462. Gama SHPK (Albania)
463. Gamba of London Ltd. (UK)
464. Ganter Shoe Fashion GmbH (Germany)
465. Garant - Moda S.R.O (Czech Republic)
466. Gardiner Bros & Co., (Leathers) Ltd
467. Gatic Saicfia (Argentina)
468. Gebha-Shoe GmbH (Germany)
469. Geem Investment For Leather Production (Egypt)
470. Geko -98 Ltd (Bulgaria)
471. Genesco, Inc. (USA)
472. Geo J. Cox Ltd. (UK)
473. George Shoe Corporation (Taiwan)
474. Georgina Goodman Ltd. (United Kingdom)
475. Geox SpA (Italy)
476. Gep Industries (France)
477. Gerba-Windsor Holding BV (The Netherlands)
478. Gerla Products B.V (The Netherlands)
479. Gezer Footwear Ltd. (Turkey)
480. Ghost Fabrica De Calzado (Mexico)
481. Gianmarco Lorenzi Srl
482. Gianni Bravo (Italy)
483. Gianni Ferrante (Italy)
484. Giasco Srl (Italy)
485. Gibi Shoes (Philippines)
486. Giffard Newton & Sons Ltd. (UK)
487. Gilbey Orthopaedic Footwear (United Kingdom)
488. Gina Shoes Ltd. (UK)
489. Ginwo Holdings (HK) Ltd. (USA)
490. Giorgia Galassi (Italy)
491. Giorgio Beneti Srl (Argentina)
492. Girza SpA (Italy)
493. Giuliano Venanzi Srl (Italy)
494. Giuseppe Caretti (Italy)
495. Global Brand Marketing, Inc. (USA)
496. Gogna Leather Shoes SL (Spain)
497. Gola Classics (D Jacobson) (UK)
498. Golden Boots Enterprise Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
499. Golden Rays Co. - Golden Shoes (Turkey)
500. Gomate Industries Limited (Hong Kong)
501. Gomeretto S.L. (Spain)
502. Gradial Perdana Perkasa PT (Indonesia)
503. Graf Skates AG (Switzerland)
504. Grand Siam Footwear Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
505. Grander Industrial Ltd. (Hong Kong)
506. Grandoe Corporation (USA)
507. Grant Thornton Vietnam (Vietnam)
508. Grazzini Giovanna & Co. (Italy)
509. Green Comfort A/S (Denmark)
510. Green Cross Shoemanufactory (South Africa)
511. Grenson Shoes Limited. (UK)
512. GRG Group (Italy)
513. Gruppo Calzature Vico (Italy)
514. Gruppo Essegi, Srl (Italy)
515. Guangdong Apples Industrial Co., Ltd. (China)
516. Guangzhou Gagier Shoes Co., Ltd. (China/Hong Kong)
517. Gucci Group NV (The Netherlands)
Gucci (Italy)
518. Guess, Inc. (USA)
519. Gulliver SA (Spain)
520. Gy-Tal Shoes Srl (Italy)
521. H.H Brown Shoe Co., Inc. (USA)
522. Halmor Shoes Ireland Ltd. (Ireland)
523. Hanbee Industries, Inc. (Korea)
524. Hanwag Sportschuhfabrik Hans Wagner Gmbh & Co. Kg (Germany)
525. Haokai Footwear Group (China)
526. Harmony Line S.L (Spain)
527. Hassia Shoe Fashion GmbH (Austria)
528. Haynes & Cann Ltd. (UK)
529. Hebei M & E Hotel Products, Inc. (China)
530. Hefei Anzhuo Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
531. Heinrich Deichmann-Schuhe GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)
532. Heinrich Dinkelacker GmbH (Germany)
533. Heinrich Klumpen Svhne GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)
534. Heinz Hummel GmbH (Germany)
535. Helix-Schuhfabrik GmbH & Co. KG (Germany)
536. Hem Exim (India)
537. Heshen Footwear Factory (China)
538. Hevea BV (The Netherlands)
539. Hichaud, Inc. (Canada)
540. Hiep Hung Co., Ltd. (Vietnam)
541. High Castle Bf Ltd. (Ukraine)
542. High Heel Factory (Spain)
543. Highmark Shoes (Australia)
544. HINSO Ltd. (Bulgaria)
545. Hispanchina Footwear Ltd. (China)
546. HI-Tec Sports UK Ltd. (UK)
Hi-Tec Sports USA, Inc. (USA)
Magnum Footwear (USA)
547. Ho King Footwear Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (China)
548. Home Trend Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
549. Homey (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
550. Honest Enterprises Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
551. Horizon Footwear Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (China)
552. Hovo Shoes BV (The Netherlands)
553. Howard & Hallam Limited (UK)
554. Huafeng (China)
555. Huamao Shoes Co., Ltd. (China)
556. Huamin Import & Export Company (China)
557. Huawei Shoes Co. Ltd. (China)
558. Hudson Shoes Agency (UK)
559. Hugo Boss AG (Germany)
560. Hurley International (USA)
561. Itian Men Trading Co., Ltd. (Vietnam)
562. IBF Ltd. (UK)
563. Iconix Brand Group, Inc. (USA)
564. Ideadonna Srl (Italy)
565. Il Riccio Di Rossi Michele (Italy)
566. Ilam Polymer Industry (Iran)
567. Intelligent Manufacturing Company, Inc. (Philippines)
568. Impact Shoe Ind. Ltd. (Bangladesh)
569. Inchworm (USA)
570. Industria Calzaturiera Marros Spa (Italy)
571. Industria Italiana Calzature (Italy)
572. Inter Alba Shoes Ltd. (Hungary)
573. Intermax (Poland)
574. Intermedium Footwear (The Netherlands)
575. Iris SpA (Italy)
576. Isabella Srl (Italy)
577. Italo Balestri (Italy)
578. Items of Choice (South Africa)
579. J.O.K.A. Shpk (Albania)
580. Ja-Ada (Albania)
581. Jack & Jill Footwear (South Africa)
582. Jaisa Difussion Sl (Spain)
583. Janita Oy (Finland)
584. Jape Srl (Italy)
585. Jas Export S.r.o. (Slovakia)
586. JB Bournazos SA (Greece)
587. Jecar SA De CV (Mexico)
588. Jiangshan Mike Net Trading Co., Ltd. (China)
589. JIBS (USA)
590. JIL Sander AG (Germany)
591. JIM Macintoch-Shoemaker (New Zealand)
592. Jimlar Corporation (USA)
593. Jiujiang Huifeng Import & Export Co. (China)
594. JL & Company Ltd. (UK)
595. JOE Watson, Inc. (USA)
596. John White (Northampton) Ltd. (UK)
597. Johnny Bulls SL (Spain)
598. Johnston & Murphy (USA)
599. Jones Apparel Group, Inc. (USA)
600. Josef Seibel GmbH (Germany)
601. Joseph Cheaney & Sons Ltd. (UK)
602. Journeys (USA)
603. Juan Lacarcel SL (Spain)
604. Juan Lopez And Hijos SL (Spain)
605. Jubaki (UK)
606. Judith Leiber (USA)
607. Juma (Poland)
608. Juposon Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
609. Justin Boot Company (USA)
610. Justin Brands, Inc. (USA)
Chippewa Boot, Inc. (USA)
611. K J Footwear & Leather Goods (Tonga)
612. K2, Inc. (USA)
613. Kabaka (Pakistan)
614. Kaepa USA, Inc. (USA)
615. Karandonis Shoes (Aust) Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
616. Karen Neuburger Ltd. (USA)
617. Karmei Shoes (Hong Kong)
618. Kastek Komponenty Sro (Czech Republic)
619. Kavat/Skofabriken Ymer AB (Sweden)
620. Keds (USA)
621. Kelme (Spain)
622. Kenar Footwear Co. (Turkey)
623. Kenkдtehdas Leo Pajuniemi Oy (Finland)
624. Keren Shoe Factory (Ethiopia)
625. Keros Lader AB (Sweden)
626. Key Industrial Equipment Ltd. (UK)
627. Key West Sandal Factory (USA)
628. Khai Hoan Footwear Co., Ltd. (Vietnam)
629. Kids Foot Locker (USA)
630. Kik Wear (USA)
631. Kilas Fabrica De Calcado Lda (Portugal)
632. Kimex International (China)
633. King Srl (Italy)
634. Kingsbury Shoes Co., Ltd. (China)
635. Kiwi Products NZ Ltd. (New Zealand)
636. Klaveness Skofabrikk AS (Norway)
637. Kloof End Manufacturers (South Africa)
638. KLT Ltd. (Ukraine)
639. Komodo Ltd. (UK)
640. Krafe Trade Spol Sro (Slovakia)
641. Kricket SA (Greece)
642. KROL (Czech Republic)
643. K-Swiss, Inc. (USA)
644. Kumfs Shoes Ltd. (New Zealand)
645. Kuomiokoski Oy (Finland)
646. L Priebs GmbH & Co., KG (Germany)
647. LA Gear, Inc. (USA)
648. LC International (India)
649. LFS Group (Iran)
650. LP Royer, Inc. (Canada)
651. Lartigiana Viareggina SpA (Italy)
652. La Canadienne By Penshu, Inc. (Canada)
653. La Rocca Calzaturificio Srl (Italy)
654. LA Sportiva SpA (Italy)
655. Lacey's Footwear (Wholesale) Ltd. (UK)
656. Lacrosse Footwear, Inc. (USA)
657. Lady Foot Locker (USA)
658. Lady Shoes Srl (Italy)
659. LadyKent (Italy)
660. Laitosjalkine Oy (Finland)
661. Lambert Howarth Group Plc (UK)
662. Landina-Industria De Calcado Lda (Portugal)
663. Lanzoni & B Srl (Italy)
664. Lario 1898 Calzaturificio SpA (Italy)
665. Laura Di Nizo (Argentina)
666. LBA (Poland)
667. Leapin' Lizard Pte., Ltd. (Singapore)
668. Leather And Footwear Corporation (Vietnam)
669. Leather Wings Pvt., Ltd. (Nepal)
670. Leatherex Footwear Ind Ltd. (Bangladesh)
671. Leco System Marketing GmbH (Germany)
672. Legero Schuhfabrik GesmbH (Australia)
673. Lenci Calzature SpA (Italy)
674. Leopard Srl (Italy)
675. Lepard Co., Ltd. (Korea)
676. Lianfeng Footwear Factory (China)
677. Liberty Footwear Company (India)
678. Linea De Seguridad SL (Spain)
679. Lion Calzature SpA (Italy)
680. Liu Chiao Ind Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
681. Liz Claiborne, Inc. (USA)
682. Lizard Footwear (Italy)
683. Loake Bros Ltd. (UK)
684. Lois Lane International Ltd. (Bangladesh)
685. London Di F. Marzetti & C. S.A.S. (Italy)
686. Lones, SpA (Italy)
687. Long Way Enterprise Co., Ltd (Taiwan)
688. Look and Look Calzature Srl (Italy)
689. Loren, Srl (Italy)
690. Losal Industrias S.L. (Spain)
691. Lotus Ltd. (D Jacobson) (UK)
692. Lotus Safetywear Ltd. (India)
693. Lotuskate Sports Industrial Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
694. Loveless (USA)
695. Lowa Sportschuhe GmbH (Germany)
696. Lubomír Chlumskэ - Giovanni (Czech Republic)
697. Luc Berjen Ltd. (UK)
698. Lucas Shoes International, Srl (Italy)
699. Lucchese, Inc. (USA)
700. Lulu Guinness C/O Concept LH (United Kingdom)
701. Lundhags Skomakarna AB (Sweden)
702. M And B Footwear (P) Ltd. (India)
703. M & M Calzaturificio Srl (Italy)
704. M.F.T.C. Calзado LDA (Portugal)
705. Ma-Cri Srl (Italy)
706. Madeo Creazioni Srl (Italy)
707. Mally (Italy)
708. Mandic Shoes Company Pty, Ltd. (Australia)
709. Manifatture Castello-Rica (France)
710. Mantereen Kenkatehdas Ltd. (Finland)
711. Manuf De Calzado Otelza S.A DE C.V (Mexico)
712. Manufactura Calzado Mini S.A. (Peru)
713. Manufacturas Acosta S.A. (Spain)
714. Manufacturas de la Piel, SA (Spain)
715. Manufacturas Vinílicas, SL (Spain)
716. Manufex (India)
717. Manz-Fortuna Schuhfabrik GmbH (Germany)
718. Mara DI Fabio Srl (Italy)
719. Marc Fisher LLC (UK)
720. Maresca Srl (Italy)
721. Marino Fabiani Srl (Italy)
722. Mario Cunha & Filhos Lda (Portugal)
723. Marluvas Calзados De Seguranзa (Brazil)
724. Martin Johnson (Pty) Ltd. (South Africa)
725. Martini Osvaldo SpA (Italy)
726. Maruska Srl (Italy)
727. Mason Shoe Co. (USA)
728. Maurizi (Italy)
729. Max Denegri (Chile)
730. Maxwell Shoe Company, Inc. (USA)
731. Mckinlays Footwear Co. Ltd. (New Zealand)
732. Meadows Bridal Shoes Ltd. (UK)
733. Meazzo Calzaturificio SAS (Italy)
734. Mecca (USA)
735. Medimpact S.A. (Romania)
736. Mehovoy Co. (Kazakhstan)
737. Melania SpA (Italy)
738. Menghi Shoes Srl (Italy)
739. Mengshida Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
740. Mephisto (USA)
741. Mercatori Shoes & Bags (Brazil)
742. Meta-Sports Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
743. Metro Shoes India (India)
744. Micheli Mario Srl (Italy)
745. Micro Rubber Industries (P) Ltd. (India)
746. Midal Doo (Croatia)
747. Millet SAS (France)
748. Min An Chemical Industrial Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
749. Minerva Boskovice, AS (Czech Republic)
750. Minotauro Safety Shoes (Mexico)
751. Minx Australasia (New Zealand)
752. Miral Shpk (Albaina)
753. Miroslav Bednarik - Gukovex (Czech Republic)
754. Mirza Tanners Limited (India)
755. Missouri Srl (Italy)
756. Mizuno Corporation (Japan)
757. Mod'8 (France)
758. Moda Leather Craft (Pakistan)
759. Modarte Srl (Italy)
760. Modelis Shoe Corporation (Turkey)
761. Moki Srl (Italy)
762. Mondeox Srl (Italy)
763. Montrexport SpA (Italy)
764. Moratti & Co. Srl. (Italy)
765. Moravia Plast Spol Sro (Czech Republic)
766. Moreschi SpA (Italy)
767. Morlands (Glastonbury) Ltd (UK)
768. Morplas C.A. (Venezuela)
769. MRA Italia Srl (Italy)
770. Munro & Company, Inc. (USA)
771. Muya Polyurethane Ind. (Turkey)
772. Nando Muzi Srl (Italy)
773. Nanhai De Xing Shoe Co., Ltd. (China)
774. Nativearth, Inc. (USA)
775. Naturino (Italy)
776. Navyboot AG (Switzerland)
777. New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. (USA)
New Balance Athletic Shoes (UK) Ltd. (UK)
778. New Gisab Shoe Factory (Italy)
779. Ny Lugz (USA)
780. Nic Dean Srl (Italy)
781. Nicole Murray Company, Llc (USA)
782. Nike, Inc. (USA)
Converse, Inc. (USA)
783. Nina Footwear (USA)
784. Nine West Group (USA)
785. Nipmar Snc (Italy)
786. NLG Ltd. (UK)
787. Norso Leathers Pvt., Ltd. (India)
788. Novat Footwear International Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
789. Nprocal Rudel (Mexico)
790. Nursey & Son Ltd. (UK)
791. O'Neills Irish International Sports Co. (Ireland)
792. Oakley, Inc. (USA)
793. Olang Srl (Italy)
794. Olip Italia SpA (Italy)
795. Oliver Shoes, Srl (Italy)
796. Olivieri Footwear (USA)
797. Orient Shoes Manufacturing, Inc. (China)
798. Oshkosh B'Gosh, Inc. (USA)
799. Otomix, Inc. (USA)
800. Overteak Srl (Italy)
801. Pablo SL (Spain)
802. Pacific Leathers (India)
803. Paco Valiente S.L (Spain)
804. Padmore & Barnes Ltd. (Ireland)
805. Pajar Group (Canada)
806. Pakerson, Srl (Italy)
807. Palatajkov Spol Sro (Czech Republic)
808. Pan Asia Footwear Public Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
809. Panelli, Srl (Italy)
810. Panway Industries Co., Ltd. (China)
811. Paolo Casellato (Italy)
812. Paolo Santini, Spol Sro (Czech Republic)
813. Paramount Traders (Pakistan)
814. Parlanti, Srl (Italy)
815. Patio (Panama)
816. Patrick Cox (UK)
817. Pe’Pe’ Di Pizzetti Dario And C. S.N.C (Italy)
818. Pedoright Footcare Private Ltd. (India)
819. Pegashoes (Spain)
820. Pei Hai Enterprise Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
821. Pelcur LDA (Portugal)
822. Pendragon Boot Company (Australia)
823. Peninsula Shoes Co. (China)
824. Pentland Group Plc (UK)
825. Pera Carlo Srl (Italy)
826. Perin SpA (Italy)
827. Peter Black Healthcare Ltd. (UK)
828. Petra SpA (Italy)
829. Petris SpA (Italy)
830. Pezzol Srl (Italy)
831. Phat Farm (USA)
832. Phelan Footwear (South Africa)
833. Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation (USA)
834. Phoenix Footwear Company (UK)
835. Phoenix Footwear Group, Inc. (USA)
836. Pi Trading Company (South Korea)
837. Piampiani SpA (Italy)
838. Pielcort Sl (Spain)
839. Pieles Y Fabricados Sl (Spain)
840. Piggys Children’s Footwear Ltd. (UK)
841. Pink Sport Srl (Italy)
842. Pioneer Footwear Co. (USA)
843. Pioneer Exports Ltd. (Hong Kong)
844. Pittards Plc (UK)
845. Pittarello (Italy)
846. Piumino Calzaturificio (Italy)
847. Plasmazote (Italy)
848. Plasticaucho Industrial S.A. (Ecuador)
849. Playsport Srl (Italy)
850. Polania SP Z O.O. (Poland)
851. Polat International (Turkey)
852. Pollini SpA (Italy)
853. Pomarfin Oy (Finland)
854. Pomelo Ltd. (UK)
855. Pornpormma Footwear (Thailand)
856. Portania SA (Spain)
857. Posig Shoe Co., Ltd. (Hong Kong)
858. Pou Chen Corporation (Taiwan)
859. Prabos, A.S. (Czech Republic)
860. Prachi Leathers Pvt., Ltd. (India)
861. Prat Srl (Italy)
862. Presto CZ, SRO (Czech Republic)
863. Pretty Shoes Srl (Italy)
864. Princes (Italy)
865. Prison Rehabilitative Industries And Diversified Enterprises (PRIDE) (USA)
866. Pro Keds (USA)
867. Profin - C, S.R.O. (Czech Republic)
868. Prolific Group Ltd. (Hong Kong)
869. Promote Shoes Manufacturer (China)
870. Prompex (Peru)
871. PT Primarindo Asia Infrastructure Terbuka (Indonesia)
872. Pt Sepatu Bata (Indonesia)
873. PT. Kostumitra (Indonesia)
874. PT Tensindo (USA)
875. Puma AG Rudolf Dassler Sport (Germany)
Puma North America (USA)
876. Putian Xiecheng Footwear Co., Ltd. (China)
877. Qiangren Footwear Group (China)
878. Quabaug Corporation (USA)
879. Quiksilver, Inc. (USA)
Skis Rossignol SA (France)
880. R M Williams Pty Ltd. (Australia)
881. R.E Tricker Ltd. (UK)
882. R.G. Barry Corporation (USA)
883. R.J Draper & Co., Ltd. (UK)
884. R7 Sports (USA)
885. Ragat, Snc (Italy)
886. Raichle Boots AG (Switzerland)
887. RB Moda, Srl (Italy)
888. Recavi SA De CV (Mexico)
889. Red Wing Shoe Co., Inc. (USA)
890. Reebok International Ltd. (USA)
891. Refol AS (Slovakia)
892. Regal (India)
893. Regence / Chaussures Regence, Inc. (Canada)
894. Reimo - Sumava, Sro (Czech Republic)
895. Rene Caovilla (Italy)
896. Renzo Favero Srl (Italy)
897. Ricosta Schuhfabriken GmbH (Germany)
898. Rieker Schuh AG (Switzerland)
899. Rimac Ltd. (UK)
900. Road Runner Sports, Inc. (USA)
901. Rockport Kids (USA)
902. Rocky Shoes & Boots, Inc. (USA)
903. Rogani Bruno e Franco SNC (Italy)
904. Rombah Wallace Group Ltd. (UK)
905. Romika GmbH (Germany)
906. Romit SpA (Italy)
907. Rontani, SpA (Italy)
908. Rossignol Lange, SpA(Italy)
909. Rossimoda SpA (Italy)
910. Rossiters Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
911. Rubens Menswear (UK)
912. Russell & Bromley Ltd. (UK)
913. Rusty Lopez (Philippines)
914. Rutland Shoe Co., Ltd. (UK)
915. Saha Union Public Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
916. San Paulo & Alpargatas, SA (Brazil)
917. Sandro Vicari - Linea Wally's SpA (Italy)
918. Sanrio Co., Ltd. (Japan)
919. Saucony, Inc. (USA)
920. Schoenfabriek 'Gelria' BV (The Netherlands)
921. Schoenfabriek H Greve BV (The Netherlands)
922. Schoenfabriek Wed J.P Van Bommel (The Netherlands)
923. Schuhfabrik Bleil GmbH (Germany)
924. Schuhfabrik Hauf E.K Inhaber Robert Nemelka (Germany)
925. Schuhfabrik Kandahar AG (Switzerland)
926. Seho International Co., Ltd. (Korea)
927. Selasti, SpA (Italy)
928. Sergio Grasso, Srl (Italy)
929. Sergio Natalini, Srl (Italy)
930. Sergio Tacchini SpA (Italy)
931. SG Footwear (USA)
932. Shan Been Jeou Ind Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
933. Shei Chung Hsin Ind Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
934. Shico Industrial Footwear Ltd. (UK)
935. Shin Woo Co., Ltd. (Korea)
936. Shoes For Crews, Inc. (USA)
937. Shoes International (UK)
938. Sievin Jalkine Oy (Finland)
939. Silber Calzaturificio Srl (Italy)
940. Sima Shoes Srl (Italy)
941. Simone Srl (Italy)
942. Sioux GmbH (Germany)
943. Sixmar, Srl (Italy)
944. Skechers USA, Inc. (USA)
945. Skellerup Industries Ltd. (New Zealand)
946. Skin Sin (India)
947. Sol-Effect ENT Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
948. Solidschuhwerk GmbH (Germany)
949. Spirale Italia (Italy)
950. Sprandi International Ltd. (Russia)
951. Stacy Adams (USA)
952. Stanhope Boot & Shoe Man CC (South Africa)
953. Start-Rite Shoes Ltd. (UK)
954. Stemar SpA (Italy)
955. Steven Salario Shoes (USA)
956. Stokton Srl (Italy)
957. Stonefly SpA (Italy)
958. Strapz Ltd. (UK)
959. Styl Grand SpA (Italy)
960. Stylo Plc (UK)
961. Supadance International Ltd. (UK)
962. Sutor Mantellassi, SpA (Italy)
963. Syarikat Perusahaan Jooi Bersaudara Sdn Bhd (Malaysia)
964. Symphony Holdings Ltd. (Hong Kong)
965. Taiwan Merchandise Corporation (Taiwan)
966. Tanino Crisci Srl (Italy)
967. Taranaki Rubber Co., Ltd. (New Zealand)
968. Tecnica SpA (Italy)
969. Tecnogi SpA (Italy)
970. Tentazione (Italy)
971. Teodori Difussion Srl (Italy)
972. Th Baltes Schuhfabrik GmbH & Co., KG. (Germany)
973. The Bacup Shoe Co. Ltd. (UK)
974. The British Bata Shoe Company Ltd. (UK)
975. The Coleman Company, Inc. (USA)
976. The Dalya Group Ltd. (UK)
977. The Pacific Brands Ltd. (Australia)
978. The Rockport Company (USA)
979. The Stride Rite Corporation (USA)
The Stride Rite Children's Group, Inc. (USA)
980. The Timberland Company (USA)
981. Thrive Enterprise Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
982. Thuy Khue Footwear Company (Vietnam)
983. Tiesse SpA (Italy)
984. Tiger Swiss AG (Switzerland)
985. Tiglio 2000 Srl (Italy)
986. Time Sport International (France)
987. Ting Top Ind. Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
988. Tod's SpA (Italy)
989. Tommy Hilfiger Corporation (Hong Kong)
990. Trabert Schuhfabrik GmbH & Co. Vertriebs KG (Germany)
991. Trofal - fábrica De Calзado, SA (Portugal)
992. TT Group, Inc. (USA)
993. Uhlsport GmbH (Germany)
994. UK Safety Group, Ltd. (UK)
995. Urho Viljanmaa Oy Jalas (Finland)
Avec-Shoe Oy Ltd. (Finland)
996. Uvex Group (Germany)
997. Valentino Mario SpA (Italy)
998. Valid Enterprise Co. Ltd. (Taiwan)
999. Valleverde SpA (Italy)
1000. Valverdeña del Calzado S.L (Spain)
1001. Van Haren Schoenen BV (The Netherlands)
1002. Vans, Inc. (USA)
1003. Vendramini Calzaturificio Srl (Italy)
1004. Vera Wang (US)
1005. Veto SA (Greece)
1006. Viamercanti Handicraft Society (Italy)
1007. Victor Footwear Pty Ltd. (Australia)
1008. Vida Shoes International (US)
1009. Vilenzo International N.V. (The Netherlands)
1010. Vittoria Shoes (Italy)
1011. Vivia Ferragamo (UK)
1012. W K Cheung & Co (Hong Kong)
1013. W.L. Gore and Associates (UK) Ltd. (United Kingdom)
1014. Waldi Schuhfabrik GmbH / Finncomfort (Germany)
1015. Walles Srl (Italy)
1016. The Walt Disney Company (USA)
1017. Weinbrenner Shoe Company Inc., (USA)
1018. Wellco Enterprises, Inc. (USA)
1019. Weyco Group, Inc. (USA)
1020. Whelan Footwear Manufacturers Ltd. (Ireland)
1021. Willy Bogner GmbH & Co. Kg Auf Aktien (Germany)
1022. Windsor Smith Pty., Ltd. (Australia)
1023. Wolverine Worldwide, Inc. (USA)
Merrell Performance Footwear (USA)
Tru-Stitch Footwear Division (USA)
Wolverine Leathers (USA)
1024. Woolrich, Inc. (USA)
1025. World Shoe Association (USA)
1026. Worldalk Co., Ltd. (Korea)
1027. Worldblend (USA)
1028. Worldwide Footwear, Inc. (USA)
1029. Wortmann Kg (Germany)
1030. Yokotex Co., Ltd. (Taiwan)
1031. Yeu Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd. (Bermuda)
1032. Yunichel (Russia)
1033. Zeis Excelsa SpA (Italy)
1034. Zephz, Inc. (USA)
IV. COMPETITION (RETAILERS) 1035. Champs Sports (USA)
1036. City Sports (USA)
1037. Cole Haan (USA)
1038. Columbia Sportswear Company (USA)
1039. Courir (France)
1040. Decathlon (USA)
1041. Deichemann (Germany)
1042. Dillard's, Inc. (USA)
1043. Downtown Locker Room (USA)
1044. Esprit International (Hong Kong)
1045. Famous Footwear (USA)
1046. Federated Department Stores (USA)
1047. Fin.Part Group (Italy)
1048. Foot Locker, Inc. (USA)
1049. Footstar, Inc. (USA)
1050. Gart Sports (USA)
1051. Go Sport (France)
1052. Intersport (Norway)
1053. J. C. Penney Company, Inc. (USA)
1054. J.D. Sports (UK)
1055. JJB Sports PLC (UK)
1056. Kohl's (USA)
1057. LE COQ Sportif International (France)
1058. Littlewoods (UK)
1059. Loft (India)
1060. Mervyn's, LLC (USA)
1061. Mochi (India)
1062. Neiman Marcus Group, Inc. The (USA)
1063. Nordstrom (USA)
1064. Payless Shoesource, Inc. (USA)
1065. Royal Sporting House (Singapore)
1066. Saks Fifth Avenue (USA)
1067. Sears Holdings Corporation (USA)
Kmart (USA)
Sears, Roebuck & Co. (USA)
1068. Sport 2000 (USA)
1069. Steven Madden Ltd. (USA)
1070. Target Corporation (USA)
1071. The Athlete's Foot Group, Inc. (USA)
1072. The Finish Line, Inc. (USA)
1073. The Gap, Inc. (USA)
Banana Republic (USA)
1074. The Sports Authority, Inc. (USA)
1075. The TJX Companies, Inc. (USA)
Tjmaxx (USA)
1076. Tomkins PLC (UK)
1077. Valley Country (Australia)
1078. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (USA)
1079. Willits Footwear Worldwide (USA)



Table of contents:
I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations
Disclaimers
Data Interpretation & Reporting Level
Quantitative Techniques & Analytics
Product Definitions and Scope of Study
Athletic Footwear
Aerobic Shoes
Athleisure Footwear
Baseball Footwear
Basketball Footwear
Cricket Footwear
Cross-Training
Running Shoes
Soccer Shoes
Tennis Shoes
Walking Shoes
Other Athletic Footwear
Outdoor/Rugged Footwear
Casual Footwear
Dress/Formal Footwear
Footwear Accessories
Socks
Insoles
Gaiters
II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. Industry Profile
Global Majors - A Strategic Insight
Nike
adidas AG
Reebok
Puma
New Balance
Brand Talk
Branding - What the Consumer Looks for
Table 1: US Leading Footwear Brands (2005): Select Brands Ranked by Awareness Level for Nike, Reebok, adidas, Converse, New Balance, and Puma (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Brand To Fashion - The Transition
Hard Facts about Branding
Table 2: Top Men’s Footwear Brand Preferences in the US (2003-2005): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Brands for Nike, adidas, New Balance, Foot Locker, DC Shoes, Reebok, Finish Line, Vans, K-Swiss and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 3: Top Women’s Footwear Brand Preferences in the US (2003-2005): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Brands for Steve Madden, Nike, adidas, Bakers, Nordstrom, Nine West, Diesel, Puma, Also, Journeys, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Move Towards Unconventional Brand Names
Baby Boomers - Changing Priorities
Kids - The Easiest Prey for Brands?
Integration of Fashion and Comfort
Fusion of Performance and Style - A Successful Formula
Footwear Retailers
Table 4: Leading US Retailers for Men’s Fashion Footwear (2001-2005): Percentage Breakdown by Sales Revenues for Wal-Mart, Payless Shoe Source, Nordstorm, Kmart, J.C. Penny, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
The Rift between Production and Consumption Narrows
Competitive Advantages of Leading Footwear Producers
China: The World’s Largest Footwear Producer!
US: The Leading Consumer of Footwear!
Table 5: Footwear Consumption for Select Countries (2005): Per Capita Consumption for the US, the UK, France, Italy, and Germany (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 6: Select Global Leading Footwear Importers by Geographic Region (2005): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Imports for Western Europe, USA, Japan, Russia, Canada, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Current and Future Analysis
Regional Analysis
Table 7: Worldwide Footwear Market (2001-2010): Geographic Regions/Countries’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa, and Latin America (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 8: Worldwide Footwear Market (2001-2010): Geographic Regions/Countries’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa, and Latin America (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Product Segment Analysis
Table 9: Worldwide Footwear Market (2001-2010): Product Segments’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross- Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, Dress/Formal and Footwear Accessories (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 10: Worldwide Footwear Market (2001-2010): Product Segments’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/ Rugged, Casual, and Dress/Formal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Growth Prospects Worldwide
2. ‘United we Stand’ - Adidas Acquires Reebok
Table 11: Global Athletic Footwear Market: A Comparison of Percentage Shares by Value Sales for Nike, and adidas before and after Reebok Acquisition (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Regional Repercussions
North America
Europe
Asia-Pacific
3. Market Dynamics
Movers and Shapers of the Industry’s Stance
Footwear Industry in the New Millennium
Globalization - Optimal Efficiencies
It’s a Mix-and-Match of Opportunities & Strengths
Technology Advancements - An Explosive Period Ahead
The Consumerism Wave…
Consumerism in the 21st Century
Forces Shaping Consumerism
Time - A Rare Commodity
Freedom - The Prized Possession…
Small Shops - The Most Favored Targets
Advent of a Global Network
The Battle Between the Body and the Soul
Children - Deciding Success and Failure of Retailers
Consumers - On Top of the World
Factors Influencing the Footwear Industry
Facts About the Footwear Industry
Caught in the Rip Van Winkle Act
The Replacement Issue
A Non-Seasonal Living
Huge Discounting
Dearth of Creativity
Lack of Direction and Focus
The Brown Shoe Movement
Cross Trainers - Increasingly Designed for Outdoor Wear
Trekking Shoes - Going on an Uphill Journey
Varying Styles and Designs - To Suit all Consumers
Slippers - Not a Case of Slip-Ups
New Products - Much Needed Stimulus
Beige Shoes - Result of Various Factors
Vendors Cash on Casual Shoes
Fashion and Not Technology Rules
Life - Moving at a Breathtaking Speed
Price and Comfort - The Eternal Favorites
Individualism - A Way of Life in the Future
Growth Factors in the Footwear Industry
E- Commerce
Innovation
Innovations in Footwear Components
Customer Service
Fashion Trends
Comfort - For Today’s Woman
Female Footwear Market
Parents & Kids - The Retailers’ New Favorites
The Kid Buying Power
Factors Influencing Kids’ Purchases
The Teen Market
The Growing Popularity of Private Labels
Product Innovation - Not a Major Issue Any More?
Participatory Levels - Forecasts for the Near Future
Specialty Footwear & Sporting Goods Stores - The Manufacturers’ Favorites
Distribution Channels - A Complex System
Only the Smart Will Survive
Out-Sourcing - A Key Issue
US Leads the Packing in Outsourcing Footwear to Asia
Continued Outsourcing
Sourcing Strategies - The Present and the Future
Retail Environment- An Integral & Crucial Facet of the Footwear Industry
The Importance of Niche Players
Manufacturers and Retailers- The Battle Goes on
Retailers Under Pressure
Response to a Slump in Demand
Small Retailers - A Flexible Lot in a Fluid Scenario
The Problem of “Returns”
A Great Transition Ahead
Key Success Factors for Retailers…
Investment Areas for Retailers in the 21st Century
The Retailer’s Success Recipe
‘Space Lifting’ Footwear Retailing…
‘Proactive’ Merchandising In-Store Garners Momentum…
Point-of-Sale Data - Understanding the Needs of the Consumer
P-O-P & its Importance
Co-Branding - Crucial for the Success of P-O-P Displays?
Manufacturers Must Evolve too
Strategic Formulae for a Successful Future
The Sales Team
Catalog Sales - A Potent Marketing Tool
The Advent of a New Supply Mechanism
Core Competency - Increased Importance
Customer - The Core Focal Point
Customization - The Norm and Not an Option
Essential Core Competencies for the Future
Design Process
Development
Logistics
Table 12: Global Market for Footwear (2005): Percentage Breakdown of Distribution Channels for the US, UK, France, Italy, and Germany (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Shelf Presence
Retailing Transformation: Effect on the Manufacturers
Marketing Strategies
The Role of Manufacturers and Marketers
Utilization of Resources
Successful Strategies and Trends in the Recent Past
Hearst Magazines- Forging Strategic Alliances of a Different Kind
Brand Extension - A New Meaning
Trends in the Men’s Footwear Market
Marketing Strategies of Footwear Manufacturers - A Comparison
4. Trends
Licensing a Hot Rage!
Cross Industry Forays Rife
Comforting Technologies Center Stage Design Centers
Shifting Brand Loyalty - A Major Concern!
Affordable Luxury - Painting New Scapes for Growth
5. Footwear Industry- An Insight
Manufacturing Resource Planning
Change -The Only Constant Factor
Drawbacks of Present Manufacturing Processes
A Typical Planning Process
Demand Planning
Scheduling
Capacity Planning
Revision in the Master Production Scheduling Output
Materials Requirements Planning
Planning of Capacities
Revision of Production Plan
Confirmation of the Production Plan
Problem Areas in the Existing Processes
The Future Planning System Process
Simplification of Processing Stages
Removal of Re-runs - An Absolute Necessity
Provision for Sourcing
Effective Implementation of EDI and the Internet
Need for Finite Capacity Scheduling
Automation of all Communication
Consolidation at a Rapid Pace
Inventory Management
Retail Productivity
Excess Inventory Levels
Major Causes for Manufacturers Missing Schedules
Key Success Factors
Pre-Production Activities - An Analysis
Incorporation of Product Development Data in Processes- France Shows the Way
Enhanced Planning Procedures
Superior Manufacturing Processes
Excellent Customer Service and Logistics
The Key is Product Development
6. Athletic Footwear - A Brief Market Scan
Athletic Footwear - The Market Size
Athletic Footwear Makers Party on Consumers Getting Sporty
Fashion-Statements Override Brand Aspirations
Competitive Landscape
Table 13: Leading Brands in the Global Athletic Footwear Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, Reebok, New Balance, Puma Asics, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 14: Leading Brands in the European Athletic Footwear Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, Reebok, Puma, New Balance, Fila, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 15: Leading Brands in the Asia-Pacific Athletic Footwear Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, Reebok, New Balance, Fila, Asics, Puma, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 16: Leading Brands in Rest of World Athletic Footwear Market (2005): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, Reebok, New Balance, Puma, Fila and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
adidas Soaks up Nike’s Global Soccer Market Leadership
Table 17: Leading Brands in the Global Soccer Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Share by Value Sales for adidas, Nike, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Athletic Footwear Industry: Then & Now
Market Description
Demand Factors
Supply Factors
Pricing - A Marketing Tool for Athletic Footwear Chains
Price Corrections Prompted by Euro
Table 18: Global Footwear Market (1990’s Vs 2000’s): Percentage Breakdown by Price Range for Above US$150, US$80-US$150, and Less than US$80 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Price Perception Vs Purchase Decision
Short Lead Times Spell Success in a Dynamic Market
In a Mature Phase
Threats to the Athletic Footwear Segment?
The Inevitable
Licensing Needs a Shot in the Arm
Licensers and Licensees Must Join Forces and Help Retailers
The Female Footwear Market- An Aggressive Growth
7. Product Overview
History of Footwear
Moccasin
Sandal
Boot
Clog
Mule
Pumps
Oxford
Footwear Style & Fashion
Sneakers
Product Definitions
Athletic Footwear
Components of Athletic Footwear
Upper
Midsole
Insert
Outsole
Aerobic Shoes
Athleisure Footwear
Baseball Footwear
Metal Cleats
Molded Cleats
Basketball Footwear
Cricket Footwear
Cross-Training
Running Shoes
Soccer Shoes
Tennis Shoes
Walking Shoes
Other Athletic Footwear
Outdoor/Rugged Footwear
Trekking and Walking Boots
3-4 Season Boots
3 Season Boots
Mountaineering Boots
Backpacking Boots
Hiking Boots
Day Hiking Boots
Technical Hiking Boots
Light Hiking Boots
Approach Shoes
Technical Shoes
Casual Footwear
Dress/Formal Footwear
Footwear Accessories
Socks
Insoles
Gaiters
8. Historic Review
Regional Analysis
Table 19: Worldwide Footwear Market (1991-2000): Geographic Regions/Countries’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin America (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 20: Worldwide Footwear Market (1991-2000): Geographic Regions/Countries’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin America (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Product Segment Analysis
Table 21: Worldwide Footwear Market (1991-2000):Product Segments’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth for Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, Dress Formals, and Footwear Accessories (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 22: Worldwide Footwear Market (1991-2000): Product Segments’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth for Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, and Dress Formals (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
A Recent Past Perspective (2001-2003)
The Manufacturers’
The Retailers’
Positive Features in the Industry
An Increasingly Complex Scenario
Focus Areas of Expenditure Programs
Leading Brands
Table 23: Leading Brands in the Global Athletic Footwear Market (2001 & 2002): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, Reebok, New Balance, ASICS, Puma and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 24: Leading Brands in the European Athletic Footwear Market (2001 & 2002): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, adidas, Fila, Puma, New Balance, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 25: Leading Brands in the Asia-Pacific Athletic Footwear Market (2001 & 2002): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, adidas, New Balance, ASICS, Puma, Fila, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 26: Leading Brands in the Rest of World Athletic Footwear Market (2001 & 2002): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, Reebok, New Balance, Puma, Converse, Fila and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Market Review
2002: Protracted Weakness Slows Consumer Spending Worldwide
A Flash Back on the Industry’s Past (1999 and Prior)
1998 - Inventories and Consumer Demands Send Shockwaves in the Industry
The Decade’s Worst Year!
Athletic Footwear becomes a Casualty of Casual Footwear’s Foray
Adventuresome Nature Props ‘Outdoors’
Brands Target ‘Lifestyle’ Image
Ads Get ’Versatile’
Licensing: A Fad or Fashion?
Fashion Wave Overwhelms Industry
Global Majors Pamper Kids…
Euro Brands Compete Head on with US Brands
E-Commerce: New Channel Emerging at Last?
Retail Sales - Grew at a Faster Rate
Asia Bags Big-Ticket Sourcing Deals
Table 27: Big Three Global Sourcing of Footwear (1998): Percentage Breakdown of Footwear Volume Sourced by Country/Region for Nike, Reebok and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


The Cost Advantage - Late Nineties
Table 28: Leading Footwear Producing Countries Ranked in Ascending Order of Dollar Cost Per Hour for -Pakistan, India, Thailand, China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Romania, Brazil, Philippines, Portugal, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Italy and France (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
The Age of Strategic Alliances and Endorsements
Michael Jordan- The World’s Greatest Basket Ball Player or the Greatest Brand?
Jordan- “ I Believe I Can Fly”
Competitive Scenario & Market Leaders’ Strategies: A Past Perspective!
Competition - Surpassing Murphy’s Law
Nike - A Bouquet of Mixed Passions
Nike - A Fad or a Brand?
The Fashion Image - Essential for the “Swoosh” to Reign Supreme
Nike- Ubiquitous and Saturated in Nature?
Nike’s ’94 Crisis
The Cause…
Emerging out of Trouble…
Distribution - Control over the Most Important Parameter
Air Jordans - As Nike’s Coffers Fill
Reebok - Increasingly Facing the Pressure
Initiating the Fitness Wave
The Home Fitness Movement
Reebok’s New Look
Technological Innovations: The Key to Growth
Marketing Strategy of the Company
Reebok - Too Many Under Performing Product Categories
Fila - A Dying Breed?
Timberland - The ‘Outdoor’ Leader Banks on Innovative Technologies
L.A. Gear - Trying Hard to Keep Afloat
9. Recent Industry Activity
TOPY Enters Footwear Market in India
Adidas Acquires Reebok’s Distribution and License Rights in China
Michelin Footwear Signs Contract with Rocky Brand
Rocky Brand Enters into an Agreement With Sole Matter
Everlast Worldwide Enters into an Arrangement with E.S. Originals
adidas-Salomon Changes Name to adidas AG
Payless Acquires American Eagle
Payless and American Ballet Theatre Ink a Letter of Intent
Okabashi Brands to Expand Canadian Distribution
Adidas Acquires Russian Distribution Rights of Reebok Brand
Nike Inks An Agreement
Global Brand Marketing and 7 For All Mankind Sign Licensing Agreement
Everlast Signs Licensing Agreement with WS Sports
Finish Line to Open Paiva Boutique
Terra Footwear Secures Contract for Supplying Boots
The Fashion House Extends Agreement with Bill Blass
Everlast Expands Licensing Agreement with Globus
Brown Shoe Signs Licensing Agreement with Nickelodeon
SKECHERS Enters into Licensing Agreement with Zoo York
adidas Acquires Reebok, Combined Entity to Rival Nike
Fila Signs Agreement with Dicon Technologies
ECCO Expands Asia-Pacific Operations
Columbia Sportswear Acquires Montrail
LaCrosse Forms A New Office for Sourcing
Bata Opens Largest Store in Pakistan
Timberland Acquires SmartWool Corp
LaCrosse Sells PVC Footwear Facility
Everlast to Market Safety Footwear and Work Boots
Fila Signs Distribution Agreement with RMP Athletic Locker
CCC Plans to Enter Russian Market
Iconix Brand Enters into License Agreement with Marin Group
Fila Launches Online Shopping Platform
adidas-Salomon Divests Salomon Business
Private Equity Investors Acquire Neiman Marcus Group
The Stride Rite Corporation Acquires Saucony
Dillard to Acquire MacRae’s Mall of Louisiana Store
Phoenix Acquires Assets of Paradise Shoe Company
Phoenix Enters into Licensing Agreement with Oxford Industries
Polo Ralph Lauren Acquires Ralph Lauren Footwear
Iconix Brand Group, Inc. Formed
Brown Shoe Acquires Bennett Footwear Group
Rocky Shoes Snaps up EJ Footwear
Livestar Eyes the Purchase of Las Vegas Footwear Co
Phoenix Signs Agreement to Acquire CBC
WSA and Couromoda to Jointly Market Brazilian Designs in the US
Rodolfo Zengarini Bags Calvin Klein’s Production Licenses for Women’s Footwear
Disney Peps Up Indian Kids’ Footwear Market
Everlast Worldwide Names Sparta Exclusive Licensee for Footwear in Russia
Marc Fisher LLC to Hawk Guess’ Athletic and Fashion Footwear
Holt Renfrew Sculpting its Own Feet in Footwear Business
Downtown Locker Room Gets a Bigger Room
Skin Sin Strides into the Indian Footwear Market
O´Neills Joins the Footwear Bandwagon
AVI Acquires Stake in A&D Spitz
Billabong Pockets Palmers’ Kustom Surf Footwear Business
Everlast® Worldwide Inc., Ties up with Slace
Sport Brands International Acquires Operating Subsidiaries of Fila Holding
Phoenix Footwear Acquires Altama Footwear
VF Corp Buys Vans Inc
Reebok Acquires Hockey Company
Jones Apparel Acquires Maxwell Shoe Co.
Bennett Footwear Inks an LOI to Acquire North American Assets of Intershoe
Hi-Tec and BHA Technologies form Partnership
Stacy Adams Signs Up Shoe Technik - Eyes 11% Share of Indian Footwear Market
Genesco Renews Footwear Licenses with Levi Strauss & Co
The Loft Flaunts Premium International Footwear Licenses
CCC to Fortify Distribution Infrastructure at Home and Abroad
C.R.M. Named Licensed Manufacturer & Marketer of Luciano Soprani Men's Footwear
Titan Industries Bags Licenses for JLO Footwear
Oroton Takes ALDO for a Stroll in New Zealand and Australia
LaCrosse Footwear Hives off PVC Boots Business
M&B Footwear Ramps up Manufacturing Capacity
Grandoe Corp Slating Investments for Footwear Manufacture
Bata Forays into the Chinese Market
Danish Bianco Footwear Sets Foot in Germany
Everlast Apparel & Footwear Enter the South Korean Market
GBMI’s Mecca Takes Shelter Under its Pony Umbrella
Ecco Sko Eyes Indian Footwear Market
Footstar Goes Bankrupt
Nike Pockets Converse
10. Strategic Corporate Development in Recent Past
Bakers Buys Out Sam Libby Stores
SG Footwear Takes Over Messer Group
Deckers Acquires Teva
Aster Merges with Mod'8
Quabaug Takes Over Footwear Division of Biltrite Corp.
Yunichel Buys Controlling Stake in Zlato
Pelle Pelle Inks Deal with Evolutions Footwear
B'Tween Footwear Unveils New Footwear Line in Partnership with Betula
Nine West Bags Licenses for Gloria Vanderbilt Footwear
Tare7 Signs Licensing Agreement with Shah Safari
Hiep Hung Inks a Pact with American Partner for Footwear Export
Skechers USA Snaps up Distribution Licenses in Europe
Vera Wang Signs Agreement with Stuart Weitzman
Global Brand Marketing in a Licensing Agreement with Nautica Apparel
Woolrich Inks Deal with Nester Hosiery and Elan-Polo
Nike Partners with LEGO for Children's Footwear
Worldwide Footwear in a Licensing Pact with Aerogroup
Fashion House Gets License for Nicole Miller Footwear
Federated Department Stores in an Agreement with Meldisco
Meg SpA in a Licensing Deal with Vivienne Westwood
Wolverine in a Pact with Karen Neuburger footwear
Skechers in a Licensing Agreement with Renfro
Juniper Group Signs Deal with Prime Golf USA
Nike Allies with Philips for Merging Technology
Fila Ties up with Ducati for Production of Motorcycle Themed Footwear
Mecca Signs Licensing Deal with Global Brand Marketing
Hwaseung Begins Construction of New Factory for Sports Shoes in Vietnam
Muya Production Commences Production in Petushki
Merrell Performance Footwear Operates as a Separate Unit of Wolverine
Pouzen Inaugurates New Shoe Manufacturing Project
Brooks Opens New Subsidiary in Germany
Nike ACG Signs Sponsorship for Ford Gorge Games
Brooks Partners with Asahi
Takihyo Signs Agreement with Walt Disney
Candie's Inks a Retailing Agreement with Sweet Sole and Bata
Designs Inc. Opens Outlets for Candie's
Candie's Signs Agreement with Willits Footwear Worldwide
Daniel Green Divests Slipper Brands
11. Product Introductions/Launches
Rocky Brands to Unveil a New Line of Footwear
Gap’s Footwear to be Available Online
Marc Fisher Footwear Launches New Footwear Lines
Brown Shoe to Launch New Footwear Line
Nike Contemplates to Introduce Jordan XXI Collection
LaCrosse and Realtree Rolls Out New Hunting Boots
LaCrosse Introduces New Range of Socks
LaCrosse Releases EXO™ Platform Boots
LaCrosse Plans to Introduce Premium Boots for Women
New Balance Pioneers Multiple-Width Cleated Football Shoes
Le Coq’s Activewear Roll outs to Keep 2005 Vibrant
Nike Free 5.0 Technology Unveiled
Justin Boot Company Introduces Caliente and Punchy Collections
Etonic Makes a Comeback with the New G-Sok Line
Pac Brands Re-Launches Merrell in Australia
adidas Introduces Low Priced SSE Comfort and ClimaCool II
ECCO Unveils Classic Crossfire
Nike Introduces SP-6 Model
New BioFit and Biotrac models from Bite
New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. Introduces Aravon™…
Bash Sports LLC Launches Magic 32 Basketball Series Athletic Gear
Lowa Introduces Sirius Lo - the new Trail Walking Series
Emu Australia Launches Unlined Casual Footwear
Nike Launches Footwear for Yoga
12. Products that Created Waves in Recent Past
Reebok Introduces RBK Collection
Rocky Shoes & Boots Inc. Launches New Gear for Children
Zephwear.com® launches Footwear for Children Under Logo-it Cheer™
K-Swiss Comes Out with Tongue Twister
FFANY Unveils New Ranges of Spanish Footwear for Women
New Balance Athletic Shoe Inc. Enters Comfort Footwear Market
Teva Introduces Terrain and Nomadic series
Jibs Offers Aero Splog
Vans Launches New Line of Footwear for Women
INCHworm Introduces Growing Shoes for Children
adidas and Yohji Yamamoto Roll Out Y-3
Vivia Ferragamo Launches Vivia Collection
Nicole Murray Co. and Sanrio Unveil Hello Kitty
Samsonite Launches Samsonite Blacklabel Footwear
Hurley International Launches Footwear Line
Louis Vuitton, Celine, and Paul Smith Launch New Footwear Collections
Rockport Launches Granada
Jibs Launches After Sport Footwear Lines
Airwalk Launches Etura Footwear
Rafter Footwear Introduces Waterproof Bog Boots
Caterpillar Re-launches Children's Footwear Collection
Royal Sporting House Launches Apparel and Footwear Brands in India
Pedoright Footcare Private Ltd. Launches Healthcare Footwear
J & M Launches Peche d'Amour In USA
PGF Miami Corporation Imports Popcorn from Brazil
Sprandi International Introduces Dome Line of Footwear
Stride Rite Introduces Footwear for Children with Target Corp
Reebok India Launches Fury Millennium Footwear with Pump Mechanism
Blundstone Footwear Launches New Line of Footwear for Women
Montrail and Tecnica Use PrimaLoft Insulation in New Footwear Lines
Nike Introduces Shox
Reebok Launches Blacktop with Foot Locker
Florsheim Introduces MagneForce™
Saucony Introduces Hyde Authentics Range of Dress and Casual Footwear
13. Focus on Select Global Players
Leading Manufacturers
adidas AG (Germany)
Reebok International (US)
The Bata Shoe Organization (Canada)
Bata India Ltd. (India)
Brown Shoe Company, Inc. (US)
Deckers Outdoor Corporation (US)
ECCO Sko A/S (Denmark)
Gucci (Italy)
Kenneth Cole Productions, Inc. (US)
Lacrosse Footwear (US)
Nike (US)
Nine West Group Inc. (US)
Puma (Germany)
R.G. Barry Corporation (US)
San Paulo & Alpargatas, S.A. (Brazil)
Sport Brands International LLC (FILA) (US)
The Stride Rite Corporation (US)
The Timberland Company (US)
Vans, Inc. (US)
Weyco Group (Florsheim) (US)
Wolverine World Wide Inc. (US)
Leading Footwear Retailers
The Athlete’s Foot (US)
The Finish Line, Inc. (US)
Foot Locker, Inc. (US)
Champs Sports (US)
Payless Shoesource Inc. (US)
The Sports Authority, Inc. (US)
14. Global Market Perspective
Table 29: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 30: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 31: World Historic Review for Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 32: World Historic Review for Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 33: World 20-Year Perspective for Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 34: World 20-Year Perspective for Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 35: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Athletic Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 36: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Athletic Footwear by Product Segment - Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 37: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Athletic Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 38: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Athletic Footwear by Product Segment - Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 39: World Historic Review for Athletic Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 40: World Historic Review for Athletic Footwear by Product Segment - Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 41: World Historic Review for Athletic Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 42: World Historic Review for Athletic Footwear by Product Segment - Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 43: World 20-Year Perspective for Athletic Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991,1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 44: World 20-Year Perspective for Athletic Footwear by Product Segments - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 45: World 20-Year Perspective for Athletic Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 46: World 20-Year Perspective for Athletic Footwear by Product Segments - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cricket, Cross- Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Hockey, Athleisure, and Others Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 47: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Outdoor/Rugged Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 48: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Outdoor/Rugged Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/ Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 49: World Historic Review for Outdoor/Rugged Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 50: World Historic Review for Outdoor/Rugged Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia- Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 51: World 20-Year Perspective for Outdoor/Rugged Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 52: World 20-Year Perspective for Outdoor/Rugged Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 53: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Casual Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 54: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Casual Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/ Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 55: World Historic Review for Casual Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 56: World Historic Review for Casual Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 57: World 20-Year Perspective for Casual Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 58: World 20-Year Perspective for Casual Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 59: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Dress/Formal Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 60: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Dress/Formal Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/ Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 61: World Historic Review for Dress/Formal Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia- Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 62: World Historic Review for Dress/Formal Footwear by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 63: World 20-Year Perspective for Dress/Formal Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 64: World 20-Year Perspective for Dress/Formal Footwear by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 65: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Footwear Accessories by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/ Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 66: World Historic Review for Footwear Accessories by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia- Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 67: World 20-Year Perspective for Footwear Accessories by Geographic Region - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Middle East/Africa and Latin American Markets for the Years 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
III. MARKET
1. The United States
A. Market Analysis
2005: A Year of Good Cheer!
Prices Revive as Consumers Get Passionate of Performance
Current and Future Analysis
Table 68: US Footwear Market (2001-2010): Product Segments’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer,Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, Dress/ Formal, andFootwear Accessories (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 69: US Footwear Market (2001-2010): Product Segments’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross- Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, and Dress/Formal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Competitive Analysis
Leading 10 Footwear Firms
Table 70: Leading US Footwear Firms (2002-2004): Ranked by Sales for Nike, Reebok, Phillips Van Heusen, Timberland, Columbia Sportswear, Wolverine World Wide, Skechers USA, Oakley, Stride Rite, and K-Swiss in US$ Billion (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Reebok adidas Combine to Fight Nike
Athletic Footwear
The Indomitable Market Share War…
Basketball
Table 71: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Basketball Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Running
Table 72: Top 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Running Category by Value Sales for Nike, New Balance and Asics (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Cross-Training
Table 73: Leading Players in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Cross-Training Category by Value Sales for Nike, New Balance and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Soccer
Table 74: Leading Players in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Soccer Category by Value Sales for Nike, adidas and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Tennis
Table 75: Leading Players in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Tennis Category by Value Sales for Nike, adidas, New Balance and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Cleated Footwear
Table 76: Leading Players in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Cleated Footwear by Value Sales for Nike, adidas and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Others
Table 77: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Others Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Casual
Table 78: Leading Players in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown of Casual Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, K-Swiss, Skechers, adidas and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Outdoor Footwear
Table 79: Leading Players in the US Outdoor Footwear Market (2004 & 2005): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Timberland, Nike and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Popular Brands
Table 80: US Wholesale Market for Ladies Footwear (2005): Leading Manufacturers by Value Sales (US$ Million) - Nine West Group, Brown Shoe, Clarks Companies, Steve Madden, VCS Group, Nike, Kenneth Cole Productions, Liz Claiborne, and H H Brown (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 81: Leading Brands in the US Women’s Footwear (2003-2005): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Steve Madden, Nike, adidas, Bakers, Nordstrom, Nine West, Diesel, Puma, Aldo, Journeys and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 82: Leading Brands in the US Men’s Footwear (2003-2005): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales for Nike, adidas, New Balance, Foot Locker, DC Shoes, Reebok, Finish Line, Vans, K-Swiss and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 83: US Leading Footwear Brands (2005): Select Brands Ranked by Awareness Level for Nike, Reebok, adidas, Converse, New Balance, and Puma (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Retailing Snippets
An Overview
Table 84: US Market for Footwear (2005): Percentage Share of Leading Retailers by Value Sales for Wal-Mart, Payless, Federated, Foot Locker, Famous Footwear, Nordstrom, Kohl's, Finnish Line, JC Penney, Target, and Others
A Major Shakeout in the Retailing Space
Finish Line Breathes New Air
Athletic Specialty Footwear Stores Command Premium Pricing
Table 85: Leading Distribution Channels in US Athletic Footwear Market (2004): Percentage Breakdown of Value Sales by Price Range for Sporting Goods Stores, Athletic Specialty Footwear Stores, Discount Stores, Department Stores and Family Footwear Stores (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Offering Discounts- The New Marketing Mantra
Factors Fueling Retail Sales
Discounters - In Competition with Retailers
Casualness- Impact on Retailing Strategies
Footwear Distribution Channels
Specialty Stores Lead
Table 86: US Footwear Sales by Distribution Channel (2001-2005): Percentage Breakdown by Sales Revenues for Specialty Stores, Direct Mail, Clothing Stores, Department stores and National Chains, Discount Stores, Independent Stores, Off-price merchants, Company & Factory Outlets, Internet, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 87: US Men’s Athletic Footwear Sales by Distribution Channel (2001-2005): Percentage Breakdown by Sales Revenues for Athletic Footwear Specialty, Sporting Goods, Department Stores and National Chains, Company & Factory Outlets, Discount Stores, Direct Mail, Off-price Merchants, Clothing Stores, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 88: US Women’s Athletic Footwear Sales by Distribution Channel (2001-2005): Percentage Breakdown by Sales Revenues Athletic Footwear Specialty, Sporting Goods, Department Stores and National Chains,Company & Factory Outlets, Discount Stores, Direct Mail, Off-price Merchants, Clothing Stores, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


A Note on Distribution Channels’ Lackluster Performance in 2002
Trade Statistics
Chinese Penetration Soars Higher & Higher…
Vietnam Plays an Amplified Role as a Footwear Supplier to the US
Table 89: Leading Exporters of Footwear into the US (2005): Volume and Value Imports by Country of Origin - China, Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia, Italy, Thailand, Mexico, Hong Kong, India, Taiwan and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
A Comparison with Past…
Table 90: Leading 10 Footwear Exporters to the US (2001): Ranked by Imports - China, Brazil, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Thailand, Spain, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Dominican Republic (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Market Trends
The Highway Showdown Catching Up…
Discount Retail - Brightening Up?
Marine Footwear: Cracking out of the ‘Performance-only’ Shell
A ‘Casual’ Barge into Dress Footwear Market
Casual Footwear Chants the ‘Fashion Mantra’
Men Have Deeper Pockets for Footwear than Women
Market Dynamics
Overview
Americans become Smart Consumers
Urban Consumers- The Driving Force
Bargain Hunters- Hailed by Retailers
Value Shopper - Redefining the American Retail Scene
The Value Shopper Strategies
Trends in the Value Migration Cycle
Consumer Price Index
Table 91: Consumer Price Index in the US Footwear Market (2001-2004) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 92: Consumer Price Index in the US Footwear Market (1991-2000) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Changing Social Standards…
The Real Identity of the American Consumer
Achievement and Success
Activity
Efficiency and Practicality
Progress
Material Comfort
Individualism
Freedom
External Conformity
Youthfulness
Fitness and Health
The Fitness Attraction
Table 93: Demographics in the US: Percentage Breakdown of Population by Age Group - 2005 & 2025 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Baby Boomers
Comfort and Image- Priorities of Baby Boomers’…
The Changing Facet of The Baby-Boomers
In a Rebellious Mood
Ushering in a Retail Boom…
Teenagers-The Retailers’ Favorite
Kids become Decision-makers…
Fitness- Driving Women to Buy…
Title IX - The Revolution Begins
Pre-teens - Growing at a Fast Rate
Tumbling Barriers
A Note on Past Trends in Female Participation Levels
Older Women - Remaining Fit
The Changing Tide
Ethnic & Minorities - the Target Market
Minorities Out-growing the White Population
Hispanics- A Large Minority Section
Service and Ambience - The Prime Shopping Factors
Minority Marketing- The New Game of Footwear Manufacturers
Table 94: Population Breakdown in the US by Ethnic Origin/Race (in Million) - 2000 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 95: Projected Percentage Share of Population in the US by Ethnic Origin/Race - 2030 & 2050 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
The Advent of the Hip-Hop Culture
Gateway to Large Consumer Base
Historic Review
Table 96: US Footwear Market (1991-2000): Product Segments’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, Dress/ Formal and Footwear Accessories (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 97: US Footwear Market (1991-2000): Product Segments’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, and Dress/ Formal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
A Recent Past Perspective
Trends
Lifestyle Center- The New Look for Retailers
Distribution Network- Reinventing Constantly
Competitive Strategies of Footwear Manufacturers
Footwear Firms Shift Base
Basketball- Soaring High…
Casual Footwear- The Largest Category in the US Footwear Market
The Hot Fashion Trends
Soft Feminine Designs - True Reflections of Women
Brown Shoes - In Vogue
Reflexology - To Promote Footwear Stores
Footwear Firms in the US
The Big 3: A Comparison Across Athletic Footwear Segments
Table 98: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown of Basketball Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 99: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown of Running Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 100: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown of Cross-Training Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 101: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown of Casual Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 102: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown of Outdoor Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 103: Big 3 in the US Athletic Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown of Others Category by Value Sales for Nike, Reebok, and adidas (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Footwear Firms by Inventory Turnover Rate
Table 104: Leading US Footwear Firms (2002): Ranked by Inventory Turnover Rate
Retail Employee Productivity Rises Across the Industry
Table 105: Leading US Footwear Firms (2001): Ranked by Sales per Employee for Reebok, Nike, Brown Shoe, The Sports Authority, Gart Sports, Footstar, Foot Locker, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Payless, and K-Swiss in US$ Million (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Phoenix Outshines Biggies - Steve Madden, Skechers, Kenneth Cole …
Table 106: Fastest Growing US Footwear Firms (2001)- Ranked by 3-Year Revenue Growth Rate for Pheonix Footwear, Steve Madden, Skechers USA, Jones Apparel Group, Kenneth Cole Productions, Vans, K-Swiss, Genesco, Timberland, and Saucony
JC Penny Outnumbers Others in Retail Store Count
Table 107: Leading US Footwear Department Stores (2001): Ranked by Number of Stores for J.C. Penny, Sears, Federated, Kohl’s, May, Saks Fifth Avenue, Dillard’s, Mervyn’s, Nordstorm, and Neiman Marcus (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Brand Talk…
Leading Brands in Casual Lifestyle Footwear
Table 108: Leading US Brands in Casual Lifestyle Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for K-Swiss, Skechers, Reebok, Nike, Timberland, Merell, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Leading Brands in Sandals
Table 109: Leading US Brands in Sandal Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for adidas, Teva, Nike, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Outdoor Footwear - A Segment Snapshot
Table 110: US Outdoor Footwear Market (2001- 2003)Percentage Breakdown of Product Type by Value Sales for Hunting/Work, Approach, Technical, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 111: Leading Vendors in US Outdoor Footwear Market (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Timberland, Merell, Nike, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Hiking Boots
Table 112: Leading US Hiking Boot Brands (2001-2003): Percentage Breakdown by Value Sales for Timberland, Nike, Skechers, LugZ, Merell, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 113: Leading US Hiking Boot Brands (2001-2000): Ranked by Value Sales for Timberland, Nike, Skechers, LugZ, and Merell
An Overview of the Market’s Buying Patterns by Target Group
Footwear Market by Gender
Table 114: Leading US Women’s Footwear Brands (2001-2002): Percentage Breakdown by Wholesale Value Sales for Easy Spirit, Nine West, Nike, Enzo, Reebok, Cole Haan, Keds, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 115: Leading US Men’s Footwear Brands (2001-2002): Percentage Breakdown by Wholesale Value Sales for Nike, Rockport, Cole Haan, Johnston & Murphy, Kenneth Cole, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Fashion Silhouettes
Table 116: US Women’s Fashion Silhouettes (2001-2000): Ranked by Volume Sales for Slipon/ Moc/Loafer, Mule/Clog, Plain Pump, Ankle/Bootie, and Walking
Athletic Footwear for Children
Table 117: Leading US Athletic Footwear Segment for Children (2001-2002)- Ranked by Value Sales for Basketball, Running, Cross-training, and Others


Table 118: Leading US Athletic Footwear Brands for Children (2001-2002)- Ranked by Value Sales for Nike, Skechers USA, Reebok, adidas, and Brand Jordan
Ad Spending in the US Footwear Market
Leading Footwear Brands by Advertisement Spending
Table 119: Leading US Footwear Brands (2002 Vs 2001) - Ranked by Advertisement Spending for Nike, adidas, Reebok, Skechers, Dr. Scholl’s, K-Swiss, New Balance, ASICS, And 1, and Lugz
Consumption by States: Columbia Outdistances Others
Table 120: Leading States in the US Footwear Market (2001): Ranked by Per Capita Consumption- District of Columbia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, Virginia, Maine, Delaware, Alaska, and New Jersey
Internet Dethrones Conventional Channels: The Onset of Value Migration
Table 121: Purchase Method in the US Footwear Market (2002 Vs 2001): Percentage Change Year- on-Year for Internet, Brick & Mortar, and Catalog (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Recent Industry Activity
Strategic Corporate Development in Recent Past
Product Introductions/Innovations
Product Introductions/Technology Innovations in Recent Past
Key Players
Focus on Select Footwear Retailers
B. Market Analytics
Table 122: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Footwear by Product Segment - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual and Dress/Formal Footwear Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 123: US Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Footwear by Product Segment - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, Dress/Formal Footwear and Footwear Accessories Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 2001 through 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 124: US Historic Review for Footwear by Product Segment - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure and Others), Outdoor/ Rugged, Casual and Dress/Formal Footwear Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in Million Pairs for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 125: US Historic Review for Footwear by Product Segment - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure and Others), Outdoor/ Rugged, Casual, Dress/Formal Footwear and Footwear Accessories Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for the Years 1991 through 2000 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 126: US 20-Year Perspective for Footwear by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Unit Sales for Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual and Dress/Formal Footwear Markets for 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 127: US 20-Year Perspective for Footwear by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure and Others), Outdoor/ Rugged, Casual, Dress/Formal Footwear and Footwear Accessories Markets for 1991, 1995, 2005 & 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
2. Canada
A. Market Analysis
Current and Future Analysis
Table 128: Canadian Footwear Market (2001-2010): Product Segments’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, Dress/Formal, and Footwear Accessories (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)


Table 129: Canadian Footwear Market (2001-2010): Product Segments’ Volume Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross- Training, Soccer, Running, Tennis, Walking, Hiking, Athleisure, and Others), Outdoor/Rugged, Casual, and Dress/Formal (includes corresponding Graph/Chart)
Historic Review
Table 130: Canadian Footwear Market (1991-2000): Product Segments’ Value Sales Ranked by Growth - Athletic (Aerobic, Baseball, Basketball, Cross-Training, Soccer, Running, Te




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