Amazon.com’s founder Jeff Bezos said on Wednesday that the company is “designer-driven” and “creates our own brands.”
The $1.99 Amazon Shoes are the latest of a growing number of shoes on Amazon’s website.
Some of them are also available at Amazon.co.uk, which launched on Tuesday, and are priced as low as $10.
But there are also some $250 shoes on the company’s site.
In the US, Amazon Shoes were not available on the store until this month.
In the UK, they were only available for a limited time until December 12.
The shoes, however, are not exclusive to Amazon, but are owned by a separate company called Brandify.
Brandify, which sells the shoes in the US and Canada, said in a statement that it has a “strong focus on the brands that we love to wear,” but that it was “not able to provide these shoes for the time being.”
The shoes are not part of the “Designer” group, which includes some of Amazon’s most popular brands.
Some designs are still available, including a pair of red leather boots and a pair worn by a former President Donald Trump.
Other designers have tried to mimic Amazon’s style.
The shoe is available in men’s and women’s styles, and in a range of materials, including leather and canvas.
In February, Amazon launched a new line of designer shoes.
That line includes the $99.99 “Sneaker” line, which is available at $100.
The shoes feature a leather upper and are available in a variety of materials.
The sneakers are also made by the same company as Amazon Shoes.