The Week in Footwear: Women Pay Less for Shoes In-Store Than Online, Study Finds

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FDRA appoints Matt Priest to CEO


The Footwear Distributors & Retailers of America (FDRA) announced Monday that FDRA president Matt Priest would take on the new role of CEO. (Read More)

Nike is rolling out a dream collection of basketball sneakers


Nike is looking at the past, present and future with its new 12 Soles Collection, a series of sneakers that celebrate Nike and Jordan Brand’s impact on basketball. (Read More)

Women pay less for shoes in-store than online, study finds


Though this year’s Cyber Monday was bigger than ever before, according to a new study, shoppers could save more by shopping the old fashioned way. (Read More)

In the showroom: Dansko


Comfort footwear brand Dansko welcomes Spring ’17 with a heap of new materials and transitional silhouettes. (Read More)

Free shipping poses a costly challenge to retailers


As the holiday shopping season heats up, retailers are pulling out all the stops to woo potential consumers, but perks like free shipping come at a cost. (Read More)

Report: Women decide shoe purchases for the entire family


In the household battle of the sexes, it appears women take control of buying shoes and holiday gifts for the family. (Read More)

Here come the robots: Imagining the footwear factories of the future


Try and imagine the footwear factory of the future. What do you see? (Read More)

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