Barefoot will get a new pair of shoes from web hosting provider Bootstrap.
The company has been providing free online shoe catalogs since 2006 and has now expanded to more than 50 countries.
The new product, which costs $2.99 per pair, will have a number of upgrades including a new design that includes the words ‘barefoot’ in bold and white, according to a release from Bootstrap announcing the launch.
“The world has changed in the last few years and with it, so has the way we want to live our lives.
We wanted to take the fun out of the shopping experience, so we wanted to give you more of the same,” Bootstrap co-founder and CEO Sam Nair told Business Insider.
The bootstrap.com site now offers a range of shoes, ranging from boots to socks, to trousers to slippers, from the company’s namesake shoe brand.
The site also features an online store, which has now grown to offer footwear for sale.
The launch comes at a time when the fashion industry is in the midst of a boom as more and more designers and brands launch online stores, as well as online shopping carts.
Bootstrap has been known for offering high-quality shoes online for years, and has been featured in many fashion publications.
The firm was founded by Nair and his wife in 2011, and they have grown the business into a global company with over 50 employees.
Bootstrait also has a number other partnerships with fashion houses such as Gap and Calvin Klein.