They have been fashioning footwear for well over 60 years for the style conscious people around the globe. They have a perfect pair for every member of the family. From school shoes to sports shoes, from ballerinas to comfortable slips-ons, from corporate formals to relaxed casuals providing the widest range of footwear options to the consumer. Besides footwear they also create a range of accessories like shoe care products, back packs, belts, wallets, travel bags and handbags for women.
From just 4 pairs a day in 1954 they now make footwear at 6 different units where a man-machine partnership has emerged as world class Humantech Centres. Using innovation and proven craftsmanship they produce over 50,000 pairs each day and are ranked amongst the top 5 leather manufacturers in the world. Helping them dress up the feet of the fashion-driven and quality-seeking customers in more than 25 countries, which includes major international fashion destinations like France, Italy and Germany, is their worldwide distribution network of 100 distributors, 425 exclusive showrooms and more than 4000 multi-brand outlets.
Liberty shoes has the following sub-brands and range – AHA, Coolers, Footfun, Force10, Fortune, Gliders, Healers, leap7x, Prefect, Senorita
Launch of Leap 7X
Launch of healers
Liberty shoes are persistently expanding its reach into the tier 2 and tier 3 cities and penetrating into the untapped potential market.
Liberty established 30 franchise stores and 20 COCO stores while strengthening logistics and technology used and reaching out to customers digitally as well.
40 new showrooms opened across India with focus on south India.
Revolutionised our supply chain for excellent manufacturing strength.
With a consumer centric strategy. Liberty started serving customers.
With 10 sub brands serving all kinds of consumers. Liberty became the favourite Indian footwear brand.
With our first factory liberty brought world class products to domestic market.
Brand liberty was born. With our first export order we geared up to excite the global footwear market.
4 pairs a day manufactured in a small shop.