Students are the biggest purchasers of safety shoes at colleges and universities around the world, according to research by Bloomberg.
The survey showed that safety shoes cost about $30 billion a year.
The best-selling pair of safety-skeletons for the U.S. market in 2018 was a pair of “Tecfidera X3,” which cost $180.50, according the survey.
A pair of a pair is more expensive than two, but the higher-end pair will last longer.
The cheapest pair was a $50 pair of the Nike Zoom Flex and lasted about 18 months, according Bloomberg.
There are some great options for students, but there are also a few brands that are cheaper.
A few of the best-known brands include the Nike Xs and S models, which are $150-$200.
Nike is the brand that has made its mark with its iconic shoe.
The company was founded by former Nike President and CEO Phil Knight and was sold to Nike for $580 million in 2010.
The current CEO of Nike, Dan Coates, is also the president of the company.
The sneaker company’s new shoes are designed to be comfortable for the wearer, but they also provide stability.
There’s also a variety of options for children.
The new Nike Run-O-Matic running shoes come in four colors and are designed for people of all ages.
The Nike Zoom Air running shoes are $130 and are ideal for children 6 and under.
The Adidas Originals running shoes were designed for kids aged 6 and up, and they can be worn with jeans or sneakers.
The Run-Away Running shoes come with a protective lining and have a cushioned upper that will help keep you from sliding around on the street.
The shoes are available in black, red, and white.
Adidas has also created the Nike Ultra Boost for children, which is a lightweight, lightweight shoe that is also comfortable.
These shoes are a little more expensive, but for kids they are a great choice for an overall quality.