Who doesn’t love a nice new pair of shoes? Whether you’re looking for the latest style from the big-name designer brands or a functional shoe for work, stopping into one of Massachusetts’ great shoe stores will certainly provide you with what you’re seeking. Here are the 10 best in the state.
Whether you’re seeking men’s or women’s shoes for style and/or function, you’ll find what you’re looking for at Shoe Market. A family-owned business, they’ve served Massachusetts since 1998. They carry more than 65 footwear brands.
For shoes made of the finest Italian leather—not to mention high style—men and women will find an exceptional collection at Salvatore Ferragamo. The shoes are an investment and they’re worth every penny!
Featuring a nice array of European shoes for both men and women, Strada has been serving the Northampton region for 25 years. In addition to selling shoes, they repair them and treat leather, too.
Fitting the whole family for high-quality shoes, Michelson’s Shoes has been in business since 1919. They have countless brands including Capezio, Clarks, Dansko, Bostonian, Ecco, Stride Rite, Sperry, Vionic, and more.
Featuring shoes by the same name, San Antonio Shoes outfits both men and women. There are countless styles available. The high-quality leather shoes and boots are made in San Antonio, Texas.
Located on Boston’s esteemed Newbury Street, Arche is a designer shoe boutique that sells high end brands for men and women. The Arche brand is among the pairs sold. They, too, are on the pricier side, but known for their comfort and style.
Family owned and operated for almost four decades, Evans on the Common prides itself in properly fitting customers to the shoes they buy. Featuring a variety of styles for men, women and children, they also sell a nice selection of orthotics.
Featuring exceptional leather shoes and boots for men, women and children, the Frye Company is the brand’s flagship store. Frye isn’t an inexpensive brand, but their footwear is stylish and if cared for properly will last for the rest of your life.
Selling fine quality shoes for men, women and children, Family Footwear Center prides itself on accurately measuring feet for proper footwear fit. Some of the brands they carry include Born, Frye, Irish Setter, Kiwi, Merrell, Stride Rite, Teva, and more.
Ben’s Shop started as an Army Navy store, but switched to a shoe store in 1970. The owner, Ben Slaminsky, fitted customers and sold them shoes until his passing in 1985, when his daughters took over the store. They sell Birkenstock, Clark’s, Kamik, Merrell, and more.