Hotter Comfort Concept Bucks High Street Trends

Hotter Comfort Concept is bucking high street trends with a dynamic store opening programme.

Having recently opened its 18th high street store, located in Peterborough, the UK’s biggest shoe maker is on track to beat its target of 25 stores by the end of 2011. The innovative shoe maker – which is forecast to make 1.6 million pairs of shoes this year – took a step out of its own comfort zone to venture into selling direct to the public in the 1990s.

Its unusual approach has seen the company set up its own 100-seater call centre to serve its mail order and hotter.com customers and open up 18 high street stores to sell its shoes through 200 independent retailers across the UK, including several leading garden centres. The company also sells and ships its shoes direct to the US.

“We have a dynamic store opening programme in place which has seen us open 12 Hotter stores around the UK in just over 12 months and we are aiming to open a further nine before the end of the year ,” commented Retail Operations Director John Nicholas. “Our stores have been carefully designed to ensure stand out on the high street, but what our customers really love, and which brings them back time and time again, is a combination of comfortable, stylish shoes and great service.

“We are totally focussed on creating a quality retail environment for our customers; our stores are carefully designed to showcase our collection, with customers lead around to store to view contemporary, classic, heels, sporty styles and accessories. We pride ourselves on our attention to every single detail, so on our shoes you’ll find handcrafted detailing and hidden adjustments and in our stores you’ll find lots of seats, at just the right height to for trying on shoes.”

Stylish shoes with comfort built into every pair is the product promise which has helped Hotter Comfort Concept shoes grow to be the UK’s biggest shoe maker. The team of Hotter designers works hard to hide comfort features in its stylish shoes, including lightweight, supportive soles; deep toe boxes; softly padded heels and tongues and removable insoles. Womens shoes, boots and sandals come in UK sizes 3 to 9 with some half sizes, extra wide fitting and EEE fitting; Hotter mens shoes, boots and sandals come in UK sizes 6 to 12 with some half sizes.

Via EPR Network
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