• $20
    Sat, Jan 2, 7:16 PM
    st.john's, Eastern
    The sandal looking heels worn twice. The rest never worn! All size 8. 20.00 a pair.
  • Sun, Dec 20, 9:37 PM
    Bauline, Avalon Peninsula
    for sale 7 pairs rubbers size 13 never worn, $ 25.00 pair.10 pair size 6 new....$ 15.00 pair...all are steel nose, those rubbers has a removable soul in the bottom 4 extra support, ...335-2773.
  • $80
    Sun, Jan 17, 10:28 AM
    St.John's, Avalon Peninsula
    FOR SALE : SIZE 8 LADIES BLACK LEATHER BOOTS ( THESE BOOTS ARE BRAND NEW NEVER WORN STILL IN THE BOX ) I PAID $ 125.00 ON SALE AT " NATRULIZER " BUT DIDNT HAVE THE BILL FOR A RETURN. THESE BOOTS ARE A VERY HIGH QUALITY BOOT AS ALL FROM NATRULIZER ARE. PRICE $ 80.00
  • $65firm
    Mon, Jan 25, 11:46 AM
    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...
  • $90firm
    Fri, Nov 20, 10:23 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Dack’s was THE brand of men’s shoes in Canada for many decades. Founded in York, Ontario in 1834 months before the city changed its name to Toronto, they offered both Canadian-made shoes of the highest quality, along with Church or Cheaney shoes from England. One of the other great names in Canadian shoemaking was Hartt, of Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Hartt Boot and Shoe Company Ltd. was founded in 1898 and was eventually acquired by Dack’s in 1957. Dack’s soon made the decision to move all production for both brands to the Hartt factory, so all Canadian Dack’s or Hartt shoes were produced in that same factory. Sadly, as in so many other industries, Canadian production stopped altogether in 1999. The company offered very nice English-made shoes until 2009 when, after 175 years, the business was closed. In 2012, the Dack’s name was re-launched as Matthew Dack, but all sales are online and all production in England. Meanwhile, the Hartt label is also back – with current production in Spain - but the companies are no longer connected. On offer is this wonderful pair of Dack's Black Water Bison Derbies in size 9F. They were hand-crafted in the Hartt factory in Fredericton and are from the "Custom Grade" line - one of the highest-quality lines that Dack's offered. These shoes would have sold for $400 or more. They feature imported Water Bison, a half-leather lining, leather insoles, leather outsoles, and nailed rubber heels. They are constructed using the Goodyear-welt process (the way a quality shoe is made) that permits repairs. If you buy these, not only will you have a handmade pair of bench-crafted shoes of bespoke quality, you will literally be wearing Canadian history. If you take good care of them, you can wear these shoes for the rest of your life and will them to your son. OR you could take your $90, go to the mall and pay much more for a crappy pair of Chinese shoes. Shoe trees are NOT included!
  • $70firm
    Fri, Nov 20, 10:23 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    IF YOU SEE THIS AD, THE ITEM IS AVAILABLE AND THE PRICE IS FIRM. Dack’s was THE brand of men’s shoes in Canada for many decades. Founded in York, Ontario in 1834 months before the city changed its name to Toronto, they offered both Canadian-made shoes of the highest quality, along with Church or Cheaney shoes from England. One of the other great names in Canadian shoemaking was Hartt, of Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Hartt Boot and Shoe Company Ltd. was founded in 1898 and was eventually acquired by Dack’s in 1957. Dack’s soon made the decision to move all production for both brands to the Hartt factory, so all Canadian Dack’s or Hartt shoes were produced in that same factory. Sadly, as in so many other industries, Canadian production stopped altogether in 1999. The company offered very nice English-made shoes until 2009 when, after 175 years, the business was closed. In 2012, the Dack’s name was re-launched as Matthew Dack, but all sales are online and all production in England. Meanwhile, the Hartt label is also back – with current production in Spain - but the companies are no longer connected. On offer is this wonderful pair of Dack's Brown Prairie Oxhide Plain-Toe Derbies in size 11.5E. They were hand-crafted in the Hartt factory in Fredericton from what Dack’s called “Prairie Oxhide” but was probably really Water Bison. They feature hand-sewn vamps, a half-leather lining, leather insoles, leather outsoles, and nailed rubber heels. The leather is buttery-soft and in excellent condition. If you buy these, not only will you have a handmade pair of bench-crafted shoes of bespoke quality, you will literally be wearing Canadian history. If you take good care of them, you can wear these shoes for the rest of your life and will them to your son. OR you could take your $70, go to the mall and pay much more for a crappy pair of Chinese shoes. Your choice! Shoe trees are NOT included!
  • $100firm
    Thu, Jan 21, 11:45 AM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    These classic Florsheim Plain-Toe Bluchers in Black are now available. This is a vintage Canadian-made 77513 model in a hard-to-find 11.5E. The shoes are in excellent, near-new condition and look better in person than in the overexposed photos attached. Some history: Florsheim is one of the best-known shoemakers in the world, with a history dating back to 1892. At some time in the late 1950s (1959, I believe), the company that then controlled Florsheim also acquired the greatest of ALL the Canadian shoemakers - the John McHale Company of London, ON - and the McHale plant subsequently began producing the Canadian Florsheim products too. I've never been able to find out exactly when Florsheim closed this plant and ceased Canadian production, but I'd guess it was the 1980s or 1990s. These bluchers feature the desired Goodyear-welting of quality footwear, thick double-leather soles, beautiful, smooth exteriors, half-leather-lined insoles and padding under the tongue. Grab these high-quality Canadian shoes for less than some crappy pair of Chinese-made shoes from the Avalon Mall! IF YOU SEE THIS AD, THE SHOES ARE AVAILABLE AND THE PRICE IS FIRM.
  • $75firm
    Sun, Dec 27, 12:07 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Here’s an opportunity you will likely never see locally again… Perhaps the greatest of all the vintage Canadian shoemakers was the John McHale company of London, Ontario. At their peak, the McHale shoe was the equal of anything made anywhere in the world and the products from the 1940s-50s are much-sought by collectors everywhere. The company was acquired in the mid-1950s by the same parent that controlled the venerable Florsheim brand and production continued at a very high level until the end of the 1950s. At that point, the quality declined from the absolute peak, but was still a hand-made, high-end shoe made right here in Canada. By the 1970s, Canada could no longer competes with low-cost production from overseas and literally hundreds of Canadian companies were no more. This very nice pair of McHale 61206 Black Plain Toe Derbies are available in excellent condition in the hard-to-find size 11.5E. They were produced in the 1960s to early 1970s. They have been fully cleaned, conditioned and polished and are good to go! These will also likely fit someone who wears a 12D too. Slip them on your feet for less than a crappy pair of shoes from the mall and be impossibly hip! Shoe trees NOT included. The price is firm and if you see this ad, the shoes are still available...