Nordstrom is going back to basics with its shoes

The best-selling shoes brand Nordstrom has announced it is going to cut its prices and focus on quality.

The company announced on Wednesday that it would be rolling out an aggressive price reduction plan, starting with its signature line of trainers, shoes and bags.

The company said it was also adding more value-focused items in its new line of casual and casual wear.

“This is a bold and aggressive plan,” Nordstrom’s Chief Marketing Officer Scott DeMunn said in a statement.

“We are going to get the value out of our clothes, and this is going be a huge win for consumers.

We are going with quality, and we’re going to make sure the value of the shoes and gear we sell is worth it.”

The new plan includes the following:• The introduction of a new range of shoes, ranging from $180 to $400, in the $100-$300 range.• A “clothing and accessories” range starting at $90 to $100.• The addition of $20 to each pair of shoes.• An assortment of apparel including a variety of apparel and accessories for men, women and kids.

Nordstrom is expected to roll out its price reductions over the next three weeks.

The new prices are set to begin in the U.S. on Wednesday, April 10.

The rest of the world will follow in the coming days.

The news comes just weeks after the company announced that it was pulling the plug on its new $20+ price tag for all of its shoes and apparel.

The move was widely criticized as a mark-down of its high-end products and the lack of value in its products.

The price increase also was widely derided by critics who said the move was aimed at boosting profits for shareholders, rather than keeping costs down.

Despite the backlash, Nordstrom CEO Kevin Murphy has said the company is sticking with its original pricing strategy, and is doing this to “help us compete on price” as it focuses on keeping costs low.

The brand will also continue to offer “a variety of products at affordable prices.”