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Interesting events coming to Leffot

Nick V.

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Interesting events coming up at Leffot
Upcoming Events

Mark your calendars we've assembled three outstanding trunk shows plus a very special art installation for your delectation.
We invite you to join us September 30th for the opening reception of "Cut" the exciting new work by DC artists Joseph Dumbacher and John Dumbacher presented by Backroom NY.
Our trunk shows begin October 1st & 2nd with Rider Boot Co. Ron Rider will be here to present his latest shoes and boots including the new "Maine Hand Sewn" series.
On October 17th & 18th we will hold our first show with Alfred Sargent. Join Chay Cooper of Alfred Sargent as he presents new models from their finely crafted and very impressive Handgrade Collection.
Robert Godley of Edward Green joins us October 22nd and presents the largest assortment of Edward Green samples in the U.S. This is truly an Edward Green shoe lover's fantasy you won't want to miss.

Saphir Restock

Sure good things come to those that wait, but who wants to wait? Well now you need wait no more. We've received our order of Saphir Medaille D'Or shoe care products including Renovateur arguably the finest leather cleaner and conditioner this side of the Pecos.
Visit our Saphir page to view products.

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