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The Best Shoe Stores in Toronto

The best shoe stores in Toronto will help you find the right accents for your feet, no matter the style. Whether you're looking for some affordable kicks or a pair of high heels, this assortment of shoe shops scattered around the city has you covered. 

Here are the best shoes stores in Toronto.


Get Outside
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Get Outside

This independent Queen West retailer caters to the outdoor enthusiast, offering plenty of options for durable and functional footwear. Their collection includes top brands known for their quality and performance, like Frye, Blundstone, and Hunter, making it a go-to destination for those seeking shoes that can withstand outdoor activities. For the days when you're just walking around the city, you can also find everyday options, like Vans and Converse.

Gravitypope
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Gravitypope

Located at the corner of Queen and Ossington, this high-end shoe boutique looks as stylish as the shoes it carries. You'll find over 200 brands of shoes (and clothing) in this three-storey shop that features a blend of contemporary and avant-garde footwear. Find both emerging and established brands, like Comme des Garçons and Melissa.


Heel Boy
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Heel Boy

This diverse shoe haven on West Queen West caters to men, women and kids. Their inventory showcases many styles, from casual sneakers to elegant heels, and features brands like Jeffrey Campbell and Reebok. The staff are known for going the extra mile to help unsure customers find their perfect shoe.

Browns
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Browns

This trendy shoe store is a mall brand at heart, conveniently found at the Eaton Centre, Dufferin Mall, and Don Mills. Known for its vast collection of high-quality footwear for men, women and kids, you'll find over 100 brands here, including all the major players in the game, like Ugg, Converse, Adidas, and Dr. Martens. Browns even has its own shoe label so you can secure trendy styles on a budget (like $100 slides that pass for Birkenstocks).


John Fluevog Distillery District
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John Fluevog Distillery District

If you want a truly show-stopping shoe, check out John Fluevog in the Distillery or on West Queen West. The funky brand stands out for its unique and artistic designs that combine innovative craftsmanship with a touch of whimsy, making them a favorite among the fashion-forward. The brand runs on the expensive side, but to be fair, these shoes have graced the feet of Beyoncé and Lady Gaga.


Little Burgundy
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Little Burgundy

This trusted Toronto shoe store can be found all over the city: in Sherway Gardens, Scarborough Town Centre, the Eaton Centre, and on Queen West. Little Burgundy specializes in on-trend footwear for the budget-conscious shopper, and their selection features everything from casual sneakers to higher-end designs from familiar brands like New Balance, Converse, and Sorel.

Shoe Floor at Hudson's Bay
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Shoe Floor at Hudson's Bay

Enter a haven of footwear bliss within the expansive 50,000-square-foot shoe section at the flagship Queen Street location. Located on the ground floor of the Bay, you'll be greeted by the country's largest women's shoe department, showcasing an impressive assortment of mid-range and high-end brands like Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, and Manolo Blahnik. There's a large section for men's (and kids) footwear, too.


Imelda
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Imelda

This charming store nestled in Roncesvalles carries a carefully-curated selection of shoes that blend style, comfort, and craftsmanship. Here you'll find Cougar and Red Wing boots for the cold months, with pairs of Clarks loafers and L'Intervalle mules that are perfect for warmer weather. As a bonus, the boutique also offers a variety of socially-conscious goodies, like vegan bags, hand-made jewelry, candles, cozy slippers, and fun socks.

Maguire
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Maguire

This women-led independent shoe company on Dundas West also has stores in Montréal and New York City and has been featured in Forbes, WWD, Elle, and Harper's Bazaar. On a mission to blend fashionable, quality footwear with fair prices, Maguire curates a selection of affordable staples like ballet flats, strappy heels, and sleek leather boots. You can also shop trendy accessories like sunglasses, shoe clips, leather gloves, and cute socks.

Lead photo by

Amy Carlberg of Maguire, Get Outside, Gravity Pope, @maryturner33 of Browns, Tanya Mok of John Fluevog, @sweetlifestyle.ca of The Bay, Imelda, Amy Carlberg of Maguire, Little Burgundy


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