Company Overview

The Aqualite Group was founded in 1981 by Mr. D.K. Gupta, who
envisioned a world-class footwear manufacturing company that
would provide the average Indian with a range of footwear that was
both high-quality as well as comfortable and at very affordable prices too.
Not only that, he further believed that it was possible to
make low-priced footwear that would also be trendy, contemporary and
allow the wearer make a style-statement.

To make his dream a reality, he was aided by a team of highly skilled professionals who came up with a range of designs, patterns and colours in the best of materials that would be the pride of the wearer and the envy of everyone else.

Aqualite manufactures a wide range of footwear for men, women and kids. These include branded flip flops for women, mens slippers, kids shoes, flip flops for kids and sandals. They are made of high-quality, light and durable materials such as PU, EVA, TPR compound and Phylon. The footwear can be worn for any occasion, be it daily wear (both formal and informal), running and other sports, or special events.

Headquartered in New Delhi, Aqualite shoes India employs over 4000 people and has 6 state-of-the-art manufacturing units in Haryana and 1 in Rajasthan, which are capable of producing over 3 lakh pairs of footwear every day. Within the last 5 years, the company has nearly doubled their revenue to over Rs. 700 crores in 2017-18, and plan to achieve the milestone of Rs. 1000 crores by 2020.

Today, Aqualite shoes has emerged as one of the most admired and coveted mens sports shoes manufacturers and ladies footwear suppliers in India and is known for its manufacturing excellence. This was possible entirely due to the company’s unwavering focus on delivering quality, durability, affordability, trust and style - all in one unbeatable package. These factors have always been the company’s stand-out features and the reason behind their unparalleled success and rise to prominence in the Indian footwear industry.

  • 3000+ Employees
  • INR 7+ Billion Turnover