• $20
    Sun, Sep 19, 8:49 AM
    St Johns, Avalon Peninsula
    Size 12 light up sketchers $20
  • $120obo
    Mon, Sep 27, 4:11 PM
    Cbs, Avalon Peninsula
    Never worn. Bought a few years ago for working up north. Rated for -100 Size 9
  • $40
    Thu, Sep 2, 11:16 AM
    st.john's, Eastern
    Womens denim boots. Zip up, pocket in the side. Size 8. Never worn, only for pic!
  • $45
    Fri, Sep 10, 9:27 AM
    Whitbourne, Avalon Peninsula
    Bought them for around 60$ after taxes, ended up not liking them but waited too long to return them.
  • $20
    Wed, Sep 1, 7:09 PM
    Sheaves Cove, West Coast
    Girls suede boots size 10, from Children’s Place. Inside zip-up. Excellent condition. Call or text Asking $20
  • $60
    Fri, Oct 15, 7:49 PM
    Cbs, Avalon Peninsula
    Terra work boots size 8.5. Next to new Worn for 2 days and had to go up a size.. paid $169 plus tax May deliver depending on location
  • $40obo
    Sat, Oct 2, 9:36 PM
    Paradise, Avalon Peninsula
    This brand new pair of size 5 sneakers were only worn 1 time, and have been washed since then, so they are in perfect condition. I love them, but my little feet are actually a ladies size 4/4.5 or a little girls size 2, so I ordered them online, hoping I could make them work, but sadly they are just too big for my puny tootsies:( They are Reebok Flashfilm 2’s in Cold Grey 2/Cool Shadow/Glass Blue. Paid $110.00 for them, but just asking $40.00 or best offer. Smoke-free, cat-free home. If the ad is still up, they are still available.
  • $100firm
    Sun, Aug 29, 6:34 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    IF YOU SEE THIS AD, THE SHOES ARE AVAILABLE AND THE PRICE IS FIRM. Up for grabs is a gorgeous pair of vintage USA-made Walk-Over Longwing Bluchers in Size 7.5 EEE/E. Do you have small, but wide feet? These beauties are made for you! They will very likely fit an 8D or 8.5C too. Although no longer in business, Walk-Over was in the shoe-making business for a long time and even made shoes for other companies like Cole Haan and L.L. Bean - especially high-end Bucks and Saddle shoes. My best guess is these particular shoes were produced in the late 1960s or early 1970s. They feature a nice calf leather with fine detail and the desired Goodyear-storm-welted double leather soles, and are fully leather-lined. They have been fully and thoroughly cleaned, the leather conditioned and then given a nice buffing polish. There is very little wear and they look awesome! NOTE! An identical new old stock pair of this very same model just sold two weeks ago on the Classic Shoes For Men website (classicshoesformen.com) that caters to collectors and aficionados for €460! That's C$670. Obviously, these shoes are infinitely better than anything you can buy at the mall (which are probably made in China anyway), so do yourself a favour and put these classy shoes on your feet for a fraction of the price. The shoe trees are NOT included.
  • $65firm
    Sun, Aug 29, 6:34 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    This lovely pair of Hartt “Gold Bond” Derbies in 8.5D is now up for grabs! They feature full-grain calf, full-leather linings, Goodyear-welted double-leather soles, nailed Biltrite rubber heels, and new laces. Outers, inners and soles are all in excellent, almost-new condition. These shoes have recently been professionally cleaned, conditioned and polished. Hartt, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, was one of the great names in Canadian shoemaking. The Hartt Boot and Shoe Company Ltd. was founded in 1898. The company was eventually acquired by the A.H. Marston Corp. (who already controlled the famous Dack’s brand) in 1957 or 1958. The decision was soon made to move all production for both brands to the Hartt factory, so all Canadian Dack’s or Hartt shoes were henceforth produced in that same factory. The two brands were very similar and offered many identical products. The Dack’s brand was sold via the company’s own stores in major centres and at Eaton’s, while the Hartt name was offered at Simpson’s and also marketed by way of smaller, independent shoe stores throughout the country. Sadly, as in so many other industries, Canadian production stopped altogether in 1999. Buy these excellent Canadian-made shoes for the bargain price of $75, instead of a crappy pair of Chinese shoes from the mall for twice as much! Shoe trees NOT included. The price is firm and if you see this ad, the shoes are still available...