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Q: Any place in Shanghai for custom-made shoes?

8 years 19 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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Yes there are several places:

 

Mr Billy's Handmade Shoes
Add: 1238 Changle Lu, near Huashan Lu, Jing'an District, Shanghai
地址:上海市静安区长乐路1238号近华山路
Tel: 0216248 4881
Opening hours: Daily, 10:30-20:00

Benzhou Handmade Shoes
Add: Rm 110, 90 Nanyang Lu, near Xikang Lu, Jing'an District, Shanghai
地址:上海市静安区南洋路90号110室近西康路
Tel: 0215213 5770
Opening hours: 9:30-22:00
Website: www.benzhoushoes.com

 

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Nan yang lu, leather shoes for men are 1200rmb---20,000rmb.

My bf made two pair and they are very nice.

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