The popularity of kids sandal in Israel is on the rise, and it is getting even more popular.
In Israel, the number of childrens sandals sold has risen from just 1,700 in 2003 to 7,000 last year, according to figures published in the latest issue of the Israeli statistics portal, Haaretz.
The figures are up from just 7,300 in 2008.
The trend is particularly pronounced among young women, as the number selling them has risen as well.
The statistics portal has published several statistics on the sales of kids’ sandals to Israel’s top fashion designers.
In the past year, the fashion industry in Israel has been particularly affected by the popularity of the sandals.
In the last six months alone, Haifa-based fashion designer and entrepreneur Elisha Pfefferkorn has sold over 100,000 sandals in the fashion and jewelry industries.
According to Pfeiffer, sandals were the “new trend” in the last decade.
“There are so many different styles and sizes of sandals out there,” she said.
The most popular sandal styles are short and long.
The short ones are typically worn by girls and the long ones by boys, Pfeffer said.
The sandals sell for around 50 shekels ($6).
The most expensive models are those that feature more elaborate designs, such as those featuring elaborate designs and other elements, and are priced at around 200 shekeles ($20).
Haifa-born designer Nadezhda Mankova, who also has a children’s fashion line, said she has sold around 100,600 sandals this year alone.
“I sell to girls as well, so I sell them in the style of my heart,” she told Haaretz, adding that the sandal market is growing every year.
“It is a new market.
I love childrens clothes,” she added.”
People like to wear sandals because they feel confident in themselves and look smart.
They are more masculine and they wear them for a reason.”
The trend has also been growing among men.
“A lot of people are now interested in sandals and wearing them, and so many are buying them,” said designer Gidon Bar-Shofner.
“People buy them for fashion, for style and for fun.”
“I don’t know about the boys.
I think it is good that they are looking at sandals more,” he said.”
They are very cute and they have fun, so they are going to love them.
I don’t think they should be banned from wearing them,” he added.
Another popular product among men is the “sandal-tossing” phenomenon.
In recent years, there have been many successful “sandals-toting” competitions.
One of the more successful is in Tel Aviv, where participants compete in the contest for a chance to win a prize worth 1,500 shekell ($5).
In Israel’s “big cities” like Haifa and Tel Aviv and Haifa’s trendy Ha’alei supermarket, kids sandaled are sold for around 25 shekeldots ($1.30).
In a survey conducted by Haaretz for the publication, one-third of Israelis polled said they would like to see the sales and marketing of sandal sales become more diverse.
The number of people who said they were looking to buy sandals rose from 12 percent in 2005 to 16 percent in 2016.
According the survey, one third of respondents said they wanted to have childrens’ sandal shops open in their neighborhoods, while 20 percent said they want to have them in their churches.
More on the children sandal trend in Israel and the Middle EastThe popularity of children sandals is on a high in Israel, as evidenced by the number and price of sandaled products being sold.
The popularity has reached a level where childrens are more popular than ever, according in the Haaretz survey, which has been conducted since November 2016.
The data shows that the popularity has risen to over 40 percent among boys, and up to 60 percent among girls.
However, the popularity is not exclusively confined to childrens products.
In a recent survey, over a quarter of the respondents said that they would consider purchasing sandals if they were offered the chance.
Haaretz reported that over 30 percent of respondents in the survey said that a woman should wear sandal for her work or school, while more than a third of women said that she should wear a sandal while driving a car or doing other activities.
The survey also revealed that the market for children sandaled items has grown significantly in the past three years.
The number of sales of sandALS, which are typically made from vegetable-based materials, increased from 8,500 in 2010 to 14,500 last year.
The sales rose from 5,400 in 2009 to 9,200 last year and reached 25,000 in 2017.
Last year, sales of children’s sandals jumped