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BATA
We Shoe the World
Bata has been in the shoe-making industry for over 120 years now, proudly designing, manufacturing and retailing stylish shoes that serve a multitude of purposes.
Thousands of years ago, shoes were purely utilitarian; a rudimentary covering to protect the human foot. As time progressed, so did the function, form, and importance of the shoe. Today's shoes are asked to work harder than ever and they must do so while looking fashionable, feeling comfortable, and supporting a variety of activities. The right shoe transforms an ordinary outfit into an extraordinary one.

ABOUT BATA

Since their founding in 1894, BATA has been at the forefront of innovation, not only in production and design of new styles, but in the creation of business models that permit a quick response to the ever changing wants and needs of the customers. As a result BATA enjoys a long history as a leading manufacturer and retailer of quality footwear, and proudly serves one million customers every day.
Bata’s reach is worldwide, its presence is local . The novel international manufacturing structure allows BATA facilities around globe to respond to the unique needs and wants of the local customers.
For over 13 decades , BATA has been on the leading edge of footwear design.

10 Fashionable Men’s Shoes

Boat Shoes
Oxfords
Dress Boots
Loafers Shoes ( Moccasins)
Brogues
Derby Shoes
Desert Boot
Sandal Shoes
Slip-On
Monk Strap Shoes

10 Fashionable Women’s Shoes

High Heel Shoes
Boots
Clogs & Mules
Women Sandal Shoes
Wedges
Pumps Shoes
Ballet Flat Shoes
Loafer Shoes
Brogues Shoes
Peep Toe Shoe

 Bata 
  
 Type Private company 
 Industry Retail and Manufacturing 
 Founded Zlín, Austria-Hungary (1894) 
 Founders Tomáš Baťa 
 Headquarters Lausanne, Switzerland 
 Area served Worldwide 
 Products Footwear,…...

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