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December 29, 2015

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Inspiration or Copying? You Tell Me?

  **It would appear that some people are taking my words more literal than they are meant to be. This post is about respect and the idea of not blatantly taking someone else’s idea. There is no product infringement here and I would never think about ever getting a lawyer for things like this as that is just silly. Nothing is new under the sun but doing something different from the next brand as opposed […]

November 23, 2015

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Black Friday Preview

  What used to be the biggest shopping day in the US is now spreading across the world thanks to the internet. And when one is an online site, they better partake. Thinking on it now, having lived in England for so long I realized that I never even thought about it before as no one celebrates Thanksgiving here. So it always just kind of passed on by as any other ‘ol regular day. But […]

September 29, 2015

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The Shoe Snob Anniversary Sale!!

  The Shoe Snob (as a company) just recently turned 4 years old on Sept. 19th. It’s amazing to think that I (and my business partner) have actually had a company for 4 years and how far it has come. I remember our first order. It was for £600 and was nothing but wax polish. We told our suppliers, don’t worry we will grow and become very good customers. And thanks to all of you […]

February 14, 2010

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Shoe Care – Why You Should Be Practicing It

You say, “Why does it matter so much?” I say, “Because it makes a big difference in your shoes’ attempt to persevere!” You say, “But I will need to buy another pair in two years anyway!” I then say, “Yeah so will I but my old pair will still be on rotation while yours are sitting in the garbage!!” Shoes aren’t free, right? Unfortunately not! So, why not maximize our investment and treat our shoes […]