2003 BEST Men's Shoes
Most men suffer bad relationships with their shoes. They scuff, give off smells (not the men, the shoes), and need frequent tying. And the guys we know hate to shop to replace theirs. So a one-stop shoe store is a godsend, and the Tannery is worth a pilgrimage. From Tevas to Timberland, sandals to the most softly shining leather loafers, the Tannery can shoe a foot for any occasion, and in any of an enviable range of labels.
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