The Hill: The cheapest shoes on sale are more expensive than ever, with prices increasing on average by 5 percent a year.
The average price for a pair of shoes sold in June was $99.
The cheapest price is $49.
This trend is expected to continue as shoes and fashion continue to become more expensive, according to an industry analyst who spoke with The Hill.
It is expected that shoes and apparel prices will continue to increase over the next five years, according the analyst.
The trend is also expected to increase as technology continues to evolve, as new features in footwear, such as low-profile technology or high-profile features such as cushioned feet, become more affordable.
This is especially the case in the fashion industry, which is expected the industry to continue to grow in value and expand in size.
Some experts expect footwear sales to continue growing at a moderate pace, with average annual sales growth of 3.5 percent.
This number is expected increase to 3.8 percent by 2020.
Trends in apparel and footwear will also continue to drive growth.
The number of apparel and shoes sales are expected to rise by 3.2 percent annually, according an industry analysis.
This will result in annual sales of $2.3 trillion, up from $2 trillion in 2020.
This growth rate is expected continue at a more than 3 percent annual rate over the coming years.
According to a report from Gartner, the average American spends $1,085 on clothing each year.
This amount represents a 3.6 percent increase from the 2016 average.
The growth rate for apparel and shoe sales will be higher, at 5.9 percent annually.