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Harry's Shoes, New York City
(2.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Harry's carries a wide selection of all types of shoes: fashionable, European, fancy and comfortable. It is a very good experience shopping there since the sales people are very knowledgeable about th...  more »
  • Superbly stocked and tended, sit in another time. A former local, with all the shoes that you expect to find.. .and clothing also, expensive, but excellent.
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  • I am always searching for good looking shoes that feel good for an entire long day. I want to travel in style. Harry's had a huge selection of stylish shoes that are made for walking. There were all s...  more »
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  • And Harry's is an example of why I buy online. Tried to help a local business and it ended up a massive and unnecessary time wasting experience; Stood around for ages trying to get someone to help me. When finally I did I asked for Hunter tall boots in 7. The guy disappears. And I mean disappears--all the other salesmen are coming and going and this guy, nope.15 minutes later finally someone notices and asks if I need help--he goes in to find the salesman who comes out and says that since they didn't have 7 tall he started trying to find short boots in 7 or tall boots in other sizes (!) Obviously he has no concept that before wasting a customer's time perhaps he should have come out and asked if I wanted him to check other sizes and styles to which the resounding reply would have been NOOOO! Never again.
  • Disappointed. It's a big shop with a huge range and lovely fitout, but when I asked about wider fittings I was pointed to a single brand. Nothing appealed (or seemed to be under $180) and when I questioned if that was really their only wider fitting range was told it was. That's hard to believe, but it was pretty clear that they weren't interested in showing me anything else.
  • Real shoes, high quality, fairly pricy. Knowledgeable sales staff.
  • An irritating disappointment. The store is light and airy, and they have a reasonable selection of men's shoes. It is a family business that makes the neighborhood less sterile. I have tried repeatedly to like this place. But the service is so rude, I just can't. I overheard one salesman tell another in a loud voice about some "f_____ a_____". The salespeople - at least in men's shoes - don't know much and act like it is a massive inconvenience to have to get the shoes from the storeroom. And they can just be straight-out rude - making the subway clerks behind bulletproof glass seem friendly and helpful. A series of rude incidents today prompted me to talk to the owner. I hope he sorts it out, or this space will end up as another Bank of America branch.
  • Will never bother to come here again. I"ve been to this store twice. Neither time was I ever acknowledged much less approached to be helped. The second time I asked a passing salesman if he could grab another size for me, and he rudely stated that he had "just picked up a customer." He did end up grabbing me one pair of shoes, but made a point to tell "his customer," so that I would hear, that his service to her was interrupted by me asking him for help. TERRIBLE service!