• $20
    Sun, Nov 29, 9:24 PM
    St. John’s, Avalon Peninsula
    Excellent condition. Ladies Boots brown size 7
  • $30obo
    Sat, Nov 28, 3:50 PM
    CBS, Eastern
    STC Work Boots size 6.5. Excellent condition. $30 Ono. CBS Area. PUO
  • $20neg
    Sat, Nov 28, 2:54 PM
    CBS, Eastern
    Boy’s Sorel Boots size 4. They need new laces. Boots and liners in excellent condition. $20 neg. CBS Area. PUO.
  • $25
    Thu, Nov 26, 5:31 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    Brand New Ladies High Heel dress shoes. Two tone beige color, open toe, size 7 and original purchase price was $60. Reason for selling is wrong size.
  • $100obo
    Fri, Nov 20, 11:33 AM
    CBS, Avalon Peninsula
    Dakota composite boots worn twice and taking up space in garage. Make an offer. Size 9
  • $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!
  • $50firm
    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. Nunn-Bush has been making quality shoes for over a century. On offer is this lovely pair of Chocolate Brown Bluchers in size 9.5EE. They feature a half-leather lining, leather outsoles, and nailed Biltrite rubber heels. They are constructed using the Goodyear-welt process (the way a quality shoe is made) that permits repairs. The shoes have been fully cleaned, conditioned and polished and the leather is soft and in excellent condition. Grab a quality pair of shoes for a fraction of a lousy pair of Chinese shoes from the local mall! Shoe trees are NOT included!