How to Buy Florsheim Shoes

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How to Buy Florsheim Shoes
Shoes can be sorted by either category or colour on Florsheim.com (mouse image by Du...¡an Zidar from Fotolia.com)

Combining "style, comfort and high quality workmanship" (Florsheim.com), Florsheim shoes were founded in Chicago in 1892. They are easily available for purchase in the United States, Canada, Italy and Australia and partner with men's wear designer Duckie Brown.

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Florsheim shoes can be bought at Florsheim.com (or from the websites of their retail partners, such as Sears.com and Shoebuy.ca). When buying on Florsheim.com, you will need to create a username and password. You can purchase shoes using either your PayPal account or credit card.

How to Buy Florsheim Shoes
Shoes can be sorted by either category or colour on Florsheim.com (mouse image by Du...¡an Zidar from Fotolia.com)

Retail Chains

If you prefer to buy Florsheim shoes from a store, the "Store Locator" tab on Florsheim.com will show your nearest stores according to the United States zip code you enter. To find stores selling Florsheim shoes in Canada, customers can visit Canada.zappos.com or Sears.ca.

How to Buy Florsheim Shoes
The locator provides names, phone numbers and addresses of the 10 nearest stores. (shopping mall with stalls image by Heng kong Chen from Fotolia.com)

Florsheim Sales and Clearance

The clearance tab of Florsheim.com advertises shoes that are on sale and have been marked down in price. To buy a pair, add them to your shopping trolley online and follow the checkout process. Clearance shoes are marked down because they are end-of-range or from last season.

How to Buy Florsheim Shoes
The clearance tab on Florsheim.com sells shoes for up to 40% off. (Sale image by Marco from Fotolia.com)

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