1) Kiddie Kobbler St Laurent
2) Glebe Trotters
3) Sports 4 Bank St
4) Shoe Plus Shoe
5) The Foot Collective Shop
6) Mister Safety Shoes
7) Apple Saddlery
8) John Fluevog Shoes Ottawa
10) Top of the World
FAQs About Shoe Stores Ottawa
The best way to clean shoes is to use a brush with stiff bristles to work out any dirt or mud that has become caked into the material of your shoes. If this does not fix the problem, you can use a damp cloth and work it in circular motions around the surface area.
To really get deep into the fabric of your shoes, you may want to consider taking them to a professional cobbler and having the dirt removed with an electric sander.
You should always make sure that the shoes you buy fit you well. Here are some methods to check if your shoes fit:
If the length of your foot can fully extend without pinching, then it is a good length for you. If the back of the shoe does not strike against the back of your ankle, then it fits properly If the shoe fits well in most areas, but is a little tight or loose at a certain point, then most likely that is because of the shape of your foot.
Yes, shoe stores do offer shoe repairs. You can take your shoes to a cobbler at the store and they will repair them for you. Some shoe stores may not offer this service so it is best to call ahead and ask if they provide repairs before you visit.
Depending on the type of formal occasion you plan on attending, there are many different types of shoes to choose from. Here’s a list of options:
Dress shoes – These are appropriate for formal events such as weddings and black tie affairs. They often come in neutral colours such as black or brown and feature shiny leather surfaces.
High heels – These are perfect for formal events that take place in the evening, like dinner dates. They offer arch support, a narrow profile and a sleek look.
Brogues – These formal shoes are great for office-appropriate occasions. They come in neutral colours, have a wide toe box and have leather uppers.