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Q: Where can I find large (women's) shoe sizes in Shanghai?

I read the article someone posted on eChinacities in January. Went to the first 3 addresses but the stores didn't exist. Don't want to order shoes from online and M&S/Zara are very hit or miss. Any other places you can think of? I'm a U.S. 10 or European 41

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There is one little shop in Huai hai Rd Xiang yang nan Rd... Opposite to Yi Wu Yi Shi, a japanese supermarket...
My friends go there a lot, they have size40 I know.

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I use a WEB site that sells shoes etc to foreign people, I have found them to be very good as I bought a pair of good quality cross trainers off them. The girl even suggested to me to get the bigger size I'm size 49 mens. Their is also another one called Daft Shopping their service is good too!
The WEB site is called Shopping Lu and is in Shanghai here is the link

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