COVID-19 Changes

Lots has changed, but we’re still here to serve you. Scroll down to learn more!

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To help you stay home and stay safe in these unprecedented times, we’re changing a bit about how we work.

Our retail space is open again! We are also accepting orders for delivery or curb-side pickup by phone, email, or text message, if our schedule doesn’t work with your plans.

Shoe Store Hours:

Monday – Wednesday: 10:00 AM — 5:00 PM

Thursday – Friday: 10:00 AM — 6:00 PM

Saturday: 10:00 AM — 5:00 PM

Shoe Repair Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday: 10:00 AM — 3:50 PM

How to Reach Us:

By Phone: (905) 852-7351

By Email: john@uxbridgeshoes.ca

By Text & after hours: (905) 904-0551

When you contact us, please have the following info ready:

  • The product and style you’re looking for
  • Your shoe size (if you’re not sure, trace both feet on a piece of paper and fax it to us. We’ll measure you!)

If you’re leaving a message, please don’t forget to tell us how to reach you best! We need a name and a phone number or an email address.

Thank you for your continued support! We’re all in this together.

Please note that the repair shop is operating on slightly different hours noted above.

Now accepting phone-in and email orders for pickup and delivery!

Sorel Winter Boots

Warm, dry, stylish, and reliable.

That’s what a winter boot should be.

Come in and see this year’s selection of Sorel winter boots.


Running Shoes

Running Shoes? In the winter? No, I’m not crazy.

Run outside in the winter with our waterproof runners, or hit the gym with something more lightweight.

Haflinger Slippers

Tired of cold and sore feet in the house?

Throw on a pair of comfy, warm, and supportive Haflinger Slippers. Your feet will thank you.

Available from a Ladies’ 5 to a Men’s 15.

The Move

As you’ve probably noticed, we’re not where we once were a few years ago. But we didn’t go far! We’re just up the hill, across from the library where the old Sears used to be.