Argentinian footwear manufacturers are reporting an 8.5 percent increase in production to 115 million pairs for 2011, according to CIC, the country's footwear industry association. More than 60 percent of these are leather shoes. Women's shoes made up more than 50 percent of the total, with children's shoes accounting for about 30 percent and men's for about 20 percent. About 82 percent of the shoes bought in Argentina are also made there; imports totaled 20-22 million for the year. Brazil is the largest seller of shoes into the country with 75 of the total of imports.