- Jan 16, 2018
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Dang! I see they have some vintage interloper Hartt's trees in em.
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I have seen these on kijiji. The seller is very ambitious with the price.Last week @suitforcourt posted some photos of a pair of his black cap-toe oxfords in the Shoe Appreciation thread that were manufactured by Ritchie. Ritchie was a very prominent Quebec City based maker of high quality footwear for much of the 20th century and they were in business at least until the 1970's. At the time of @suitforcourt's posting I recalled recently seeing another pair of Ritchie shoes. Tonight I found them again and thought I would post the photos for our records. They are on Kijiji at what I think is a fairly optimistic price: size 9C. Nice shoes though, in NOS condition with their box! We should all keep our eyes open and see what more we can learn about Ritchie.
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For me it is Dacks, Hartt, McHale (late ones), Florsheim, Fournier, Canada West, H.H. Brown and a pair of Miner boots. I recently thrifted the boots for driveway shovelling. They were NOS and reminded me so much of the type of boots I wore hunting and fishing as a teenager.I have seen these on kijiji. The seller is very ambitious with the price.
I assumed Ritchie was a US brand. So proud that I have another Canadian brand in my arsenal.
So this is what I have so far (Canadian made): Dacks, Hartt, Florsheim by John McHale, Ritchie, and John McHale.
Looking forward to add many more like Greb, Browns, Canada West.. and anything else you gents know/find in my size.
I'm particularly grateful that this thread has been revived.
I do have the Kamik William boots that are still made in Canada. Also have a pair of Bauer skates that were made in Canada.For me it is Dacks, Hartt, McHale (late ones), Florsheim, Fournier, Canada West, H.H. Brown and a pair of Miner boots. I recently thrifted the boots for driveway shovelling. They were NOS and reminded me so much of the type of boots I wore hunting and fishing as a teenager.
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