The history of Sreeleathers dates back almost a century. It was a time when India was striving to fight the British rule in India. Late Suresh Chandra Dey, the father of Sreeleathers, was a freedom fighter and his only aim was to help India gain complete independence. He was one amongst the handful of freedom fighters who had planned the Jalalabad incident in 1930 to attack British capitalism and strive for self-reliance. During this time, shoes were seen as a luxury that only the Englishman and the pro-British could afford. Shoes were not a basic amenity that the middle and the lower-middle class Indian could think of or afford. A champion of self-reliance, Late Suresh Chandra Dey wanted nurtured a dream to make durable and decent shoes that could be affordable for every Indian. This dream came true when Sreeleathers was founded, as a small and humble organization in Jamshedpur in 1952. Following his footsteps, the successive generations carried on the same path and expanded the business to become a leader in Eastern India. Today, Sreeleathers, caters to public demand not only with the widest range of footwear, but also with allied products and accessories. Over the years it has become a household name, and the unparalleled queues that form outside the stores during festivals are part of local lore. This legendary success is a result of adhering to our founding principle, “World Class, Right Price”. With this motto the company has established itself in the national as well as international markets.