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We are a quality shoe store in the Brisbane CBD, stocking well-made, comfortable and stylish shoes for men and women with brands from around the world.  Please note that we do not sell children’s shoes.  Curious about our name?  Just ask!

Please note that our website is currently under construction, and may not contain the most up-to-date information. For more current photos, please see our Facebook page, or visit us in-store – we are located at 204 Adelaide St, Brisbane.

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Plantar Fasciitis


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What shoes should I buy to wear for a trip overseas?

What shoes should I buy to wear for a trip overseas?

Here’s a question we are asked a lot and it is an area where we really think we have a lot to offer.

Of course the answer depends enormously on a lot of things. Where are you going? How long will you be gone? Are you trekking or wandering through French villages drinking champagne?

For the purposes of this article, let’s assume you are heading somewhere Europish (I  do know that’s not a word but work with me) for a month or so. You are going to be doing lots of walking, mainly in cities and you want to look a bit fabulous while you do it. Ugly sneakers aren’t going to cut it.

Firstly, Sally wants it to be known she is jealous and wants to go instead.

But once we get over that, there lots of options.

The main limitations are cle...

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What are corns?

What are Corns?

They are (like calluses) an accumulation of dead skin cells on the foot, forming thick, hard areas. Corns usually form on the tops, sides and tips of the toes. Due to the area where corns form, they can come inflamed due to friction from rubbing and pressure on footwear.


  • Tight or wrong shoe size
  • High heels
  • Tight socks
  • Deformed toes
  • Loose shoes where the foot slides forward

Treatment and Prevention

Wear properly fitted footwear with room in the toe area. (This means the right size and style for your foot type) Avoid tight socks and stockings. Use an insert or orthotic that can absorb the shock at front and rear of shoe.


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