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Shoes, Clothing, and More

Shoes, Clothing, and More

Zappos.com was founded in 1999 with the goal of becoming the premiere destination for online shoes. Since then, we've become much more than just an online shoe store. Our unwavering focus on superior customer service has allowed us to expand our online offerings to include handbags, clothing and so much more! If you're looking for shoes, clothing and handbags online, compare us to other online shoe and online clothing stores, as well as online handbag stores.

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Total raised


Funded over

9 rounds

Latest round

Acquired (Jul 2009)