The Left Shoe Company marks first successful year in Dubai


June 12, 2014 | By RetailME Bureau

The Left Shoe Company, part of Dubai-based Landmark Group that combines a cutting-edge 3D scanning technology and European craftsmanship to handcraft gentlemen’s shoes fitting like a glove, celebrates its first anniversary of its outlet in Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).

The location in DIFC has proven to be a perfect match for the shop showcasing luxurious handcrafted footwear and an innovative 3D scanner to analyse each foot from different angles for the perfect fit. “The DIFC Gate Building has been a prime location to open our first shop with over 15,000 professionals working in the area. Our customers have warmly welcomed our offering of superior bespoke shoes with only seven weeks of delivery time, and at one-fifth the price of other made-to-measure shoes. Our sales have increased steadily month-by-month, and we are on the verge of establishing ourselves as one of the key players in the made-to-measure shoe market,” says Kunal Kapoor, senior brand manager at Landmark Group.

The journey for the perfectly fitting shoes begins at The Left Shoe Company with 3D foot scanning resulting in a perfect 360-degree picture of each foot. After being measured with this innovative scanning technology, the customer may purchase the perfect pair of shoes either in the shop or online by choosing from various design options including style, colour, material, sole and a personalised inscription. All the custom shoes are handcrafted in Portugal, using the finest leather and suede, and shipped to the preferred address within seven weeks.

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