Hey, Just wondering how you guys think this is most effectively done from experience? I ask now because there are some clark's in nearby store for 160 (live in canada) and there is a different Canadian online-only store I found selling the same clark desert boots for 85 dollars. Since I do like to try on many different versions of the same size shoe before picking one that feels best + I don't know how consistent sizing is for clark's, is there a way I can get this store to honor the price i saw online? What strategies do you guys use short of saying something is a ripoff to get better prices when being in the situation i'm in? I'm more concerned with the said shoes in question at the moment but I guess this applies in general since i know many people seem to bartre amazing deals for glasses and other stuff out there. Talking about small purchase bartreing here (the "sub-700" for most and sub 200 for me haha) because honestly stories about bartreing for cars are not really impressive since it is expected you can get a car for a couple thousand off. Let me know what you guys do ! Currently i've contemplated printing out the price of the page i saw these shoes and bringing that in the store to show them and then tell them they can check for themselves if they don't believe me...followed by the harsh walkout (which really just means dejection and poor bartreing skills which I want to avoid). Thanks all.