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Store listing of welted shoes in Toronto


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Sep 11, 2014
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Hi all. Been a long time lurker and I figure as a first post, I'm going to share my list of shoe retailers in Toronto :)

Alden: Lost & Found (Ossington & Queen), Brooks Brothers (labelled Made in USA, black leather soles)

Alden Cordovan: Brooks Brothers cordovan collection

Allen Edmonds: Brooks Brothers (same last as AE equivalent), Harry Rosen, The Bay (Park Avenues only), Rego (300 a pair)

Alfred Sargent: J. Crew, Brooks Brothers (under label Peal & Co, double row nails at heel, elongated Peal & Co logo)

Bass Fenmore Penny Loafers: Gravity Pope

Bruno Magli: Holt Renfrew

Canali: Harry Rosen, Korry's

Carmina: Leatherfoot (Yorkville) with cordovan

Church's: Gravity Pope (Ossington & Queen), Harry Rosen, Davids

Crockett & Jones: Brooks Brothers (Peal & Co label, square font, single row nails at heel)

Edward Green: Brooks Brothers, Robert Jones

Gaziano & Girling: Leatherfoot

Grenson: Gravity Pope, Uncle Otis (Yorkville) - same price point as AE

Harry's of London: Brooks Brothers

J. Fitzpatrick (Shoe snob): Leatherfoot

John Lobb: Leatherfoot

Loake: Walking on a Cloud, Brooks Brothers (Under Peal & Co label, single row nails, elongated text, usually cheaper than the other offerings)

*Magnanni: Brown's shoes, not goodyear welted

*Rancourt & Co.: Brooks Brothers; they are blake, not goodyear welted

Saint Crispins: Leatherfoot

Salvatore Ferragamo: Davids (Not available on Bloor Street location), Harry Rosen

Santoni: Robert Jones

Wolverine 1000 mile boots: Gravity Pope, The Bay, Harry Rosen
Alternative: Try Frye boots - made in the USA, goodyear welted, full grain leather. Available at Getoutside (Queen & Spadina), the Bay (Queen), Gravity Pope

I hope this post is informative and all comments are welcome ^^
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Sep 11, 2014
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Nice catch - I've added the retailor

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