In India, the government is putting a premium on the comfort of the people.
But many people have no idea that cement shoes come with a hefty price tag, which can easily double over the price of a pair of sneakers.
The cost of cement shoes goes up in India every year, according to the Times of Indian, and is so high that they can’t be bought at the store or even in a store.
Cement shoes are considered the latest trend in India and have become the top-selling brand in the country.
They’re popular with the younger generation because of their soft soles and low-profile design.
“The cost is around ₹4,000 (Rs.
7,400) for a pair,” says Ashish Gupta, managing director, Indian footwear.
Gupta says that the prices are rising because of the fact that cement footwear is made in large quantities and is sold in stores and in mass market stores.
The prices have been increasing, Gupta says, due to the fact there are no shoes that come with safety features like toe-caps, toe-straps, and ankle pads, making them less comfortable.
The price of cement shoe also goes up each year, Gupta said.
In 2018, the price rose to ₤7,400, he said.
These shoes are not cheap, Gupta added.
“Even though the price is increasing, we’re going to be buying more shoes and keeping up the pressure,” Gupta said, adding that cement is not only a luxury item in India, but it’s also a luxury product in the U.S. and Europe.
Gupta said that he’s been using cement shoes for years, but now that he has found a better option, he is trying to bring more people to buy them.
People often ask me how I get around India, Gupta told the Times.
“They often ask, ‘How do you go about getting around the city?’
They don’t know where to go and they don’t have the money to pay for a taxi.
They have no money to get a taxi,” he said, referring to a recent incident in New Delhi.
Guap Gupta says that he is constantly searching for a better way to get around the country, and has started advertising the shoes at a variety of places.
In addition, he has started running a campaign to help people in India make the switch.
He has also started working with a small group of students to test out cement shoes at schools and universities in New York.
Guap says that cement has become a part of everyday life in India.
For people who do not have the opportunity to go shopping, Gupta recommends buying a pair at a local store.
“It will be very comfortable, the shoes will be the right fit for you, and the price will be competitive,” he added.
The Times of India also reports that cement shoe prices in India can go up if the product is made by a manufacturer that does not meet the country’s safety standards.
However, there are many people who choose to keep wearing cement shoes and that has been credited with keeping the price down.
According to a report from the World Bank, about half of all shoes imported into the U-23 and U-20 categories in the world are made by firms that are not meeting India’s minimum standards for safety and quality.
(WATCH: India’s most expensive shoes for 2019)The report said that the minimum safety standards for cement shoes are very low, and that they are often made by small, unskilled, and underpaid workers.
But, many people in the shoe industry feel that the quality of cement is only one factor that goes into choosing a pair.
“Cement does not make a shoe that is perfect, or a shoe of any kind,” Gupta told The Times.
“If I can afford the shoes, I am going to buy it,” he told the paper.