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    Marble RV SPRING FEVER sale!
    WHAT ARE YOU DOING THIS SUMMER? Visit Marble RV for our BEST PRICES OF THE YEAR! Low bi-weekly payments and FREE-INSTALL! We are family-owned and operated and conveniently located in Corner Brook, NL. Marble RV can provide you with the latest and best in RV products to make your outdoor living more enjoyable. Combine this wide array of selections with our friendly and knowledgeable staff, and we're convinced Marble RV will become your only stop for all of your RV needs. #1 on the island for a reason! Island wide Mobile RV & Hot Tub service!
      Corner Brook, West Coast
  • $55obo
    Fri, Sep 8, 10:40 AM
    Collier’s, Eastern
    Brand new gold sandals with a touch of bling. They have a rubber tap, wrap around ankle strap, padded insole with 2 inch heels. Perfect for any occasion. You can dance all night with the low heel and padded insole.
  • $80
    Sun, Aug 6, 8:28 AM
    cbs, Avalon Peninsula
    Worn a handful of times, steel toe, will need insoles. Email only
  • $30
    Mon, Aug 21, 8:05 PM
    Mount Pearl, Avalon Peninsula
    Women's "Mellow Walk" safety work shoes. Too tight. Couldn't return. Retails for approx $150.00 Asking $40 Leather, Drilex nylon lining Footbed: Anti-Static insole Sizing: 5½ E Certification: CSA/ASTM Steel-Toe, Static Dissipative Construction: Cement / Stitched sole Sole: Dual Density PU Recommended Uses: Manufacturing, management, logistics and warehousing, food services, labs and technology. Asking $40
  • $125firm
    Fri, Sep 1, 2:11 PM
    St. John's, Avalon Peninsula
    These lovely Florsheim Brown Apron Derbies are now available. This is a vintage Canadian-made 16803 model in a harder-to-find 12D. The shoes are in excellent, near-new condition. 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 derbies feature the desired Goodyear-welting of quality footwear, thick double-leather soles, beautiful 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! Shoe trees NOT included. IF YOU SEE THIS AD, THE SHOES ARE AVAILABLE AND THE PRICE IS FIRM.