I popped into this Schuh today for a browse as I can't resist looking at shoes, I just adore them!
I was greeted by a cheery staff member as soon as I walked in the door, a few moments later another staff member said hello and asked if she could be of any assistance. This added to the friendly atmosphere of the shop and the staff were far from being pushy and seemed to genuinely want to help.
I was immediately drawn to the Irregular Choice shoes, I have a couple of pairs of these from when I went through an attention seeking "everyone look at me" phase when I was around 15, oh dear. I still think the shoes are very pretty and like to browse the off the wall styles, they seem to have taken a revival due to the latest Lady GaGa trend. I'm sure Gaga would most certainly approve of Irregular Choice.
They have other shoe brands such as Rocketdog, Vans, Timberlands, Uggs, Red or Dead and a never ending selection of Converse. Seeing as these are all well-known brands the prices are what you would expect for such shoes but they do have student discount!
Schuhs! OMG, SCHUHS! I think you have too many Schuhs...shaddup! OMG, SCHUHS!
Don't be scared of the masses of shoe-hungry ladies crowding this store! There is a reason this store is popular; it has great deals.
Case in point: Italian-made knee-high leather boots for about 60 squids (i.e., under $100 with my exchange rate that day).
P.S.: For those not in the know, "Schuh" is "shoe" auf Deutsch. It doesn't make sense to me why there's a German name for a shoe store in Scotland that sells Italian boots, but hey....to each his [United Colors of Benetton] own.
One of a handful of Schuh stores in Glasgow, and on a good location on the corner of Sauchiehall Street just around the corner of Buchanan Street.
It is pronounced 'shoe'. I know a few people who have got that wrong, and in an embarrassing public setting.
Predictably, they sell shoes and footwear, with few exceptions.
There's good customer service with student discount available, and most importantly, a good selection of shoes including the increasingly more popular Crocs and Ugg boots.
It is a trendy place, and always busy.
There are plenty of other places you can get shoes, and at a better price, but it is a good shop and worth a look. Especially if you have student discount, or if there's a sale on.
One of my favourite shoe shops- SHUH stocks a wide range of footwear, all of which are of better quality than if you were buying your shoes from a clothes store.
This particular shop can busy however there is always a member of staff on hand to help.
If I'm honest, and I know I'm in the minority, I only really see the appeal of Schuh when there is a sale on. Schuh do sales well marking everything well down and not turning into a messy market.
During the rest of the year I enjoy browsing and occasionally (very occasionally) buy a pair of gorgeous shoes as a treat but it is usually outside my budget - most shoes are in the £70-£100 price range. The stock is all very good quality though and the staff are exceptionally friendly making it much more welcoming than many other shoe shops in this price range.
Schuh is one of about a billion shoe shops in Glasgow, but to me it signifies a whole lot more about our city than any of its counterparts.
As far as numbers go, I'm told that they're the biggest selling shoe shop in Glasgow. Since they offer such a huge and diverse range of fashionable footwear, it doesn't surprise me in the slightest. From Rocket Dog to Irregular Choice, you can find a comfy sannie or ridiculous heels to suit your needs.
The staff are ultra-helpful and very well trained in customer service. They have a computer system wherein they type the code for your shoe and the stockroom send it down; which means they never disappear off into the distance and leave you wondering if they'll ever return with the correct shoe and size.
They also offer a student discount, and if you happen to have a friend who work here, they might be able to snag you an additional discount. Bonus!
A great UK company that treats its staff well and its customers even better. Excellent.
For me, Schuh falls under the same category as Office- overpriced and commercialised, with the emphasis being on brand naming and not on style.
They do stock a good range of brand names like Rocketdog, Irregular Choice and Dr Martin to name a few. I used to love all these names, more when I was a really young teen, and now I prefer a nice platform with a minimal price tag if I can help it, as most shoes go out of fashion pretty quickly these days, and I like to have a lot of them.
Like Office, they are good stockists of men's trainers, and have a nice selection of Converse which I love for men. Not really for me though, and I usually walk by unless I want something I can only get specifically from the store.
In my opion this is the best Schuh in glasgow.
As a girl who loves her heels and pretty shoes this is the first place to stop when looking for a new pair of shoes.
Wither its a pair for the office or for going out I always find a pair of shoes here.
The styles are pretty unusual to and thats what makes them unique from other shoe shops.
Anytime I'm in Glasgow Schuh is always a must to visit.It's one of my favourite shoe shops simply because of the huge range and choice available.They have an amazing selection of trainers,many that are exclusive to schuh.They also do the biggest choice of shoes from Irregular choice and Red or Dead.They also have bags that have specifically been designed to match certain shoes eg Red or Dead.
Staff will bend over backwards to help you in schuh.It's a great store and your guaranteed to find at least one pair of shoes you will love.
For all you shoe shop-o-holics out there - this is the shop to go to!
Given that it's situated on one of Glasgows busiest shopping streets, there is plenty of competition around - but Schuh fights them all off!
Not only does it have two floors crammed full of all the latest fashion footwear, the shop is well organised and stocked and the staff are friendly and helpful too.
Schuh is the place to stock up on the latest footwear. They have a great selection of the usual suspects, Converse, adidas, Dr Martens etc and I think it has an edge over similar stores like Office and Original Shoe Co in terms of choice and availability.
My only gripe with Schuh is that its reductions for womens shoes seem to be more frequent than its reductions on mens shoes. When they have a sale on it is great, but these only seem to take place on a large scale in the summer and at Christmas/New Year. In between these times it seems that only womens shoes are discounted!
Cool shoe shop with all types of shoes/ boots/ trainers and sandals. There's somnething to suit all tastes.
Located over 2 floors this shop has some unusual styles but the staff are helpful and are keen to help you find what you need.
Looking for a pair of shoes you wont need to go anywhere else this is a shoe shop that is bound to have something you are looking for and something you will like or even a few things you will like!
The store is split onto two levels with shoes for all and they have lots of them. The shoes range from the high heels, small heels, bright colours, trainers, slippers etc. They are all trendy. It really is a good shoe shop and when they hold a sale it is even better.
The staff are always friendly and helpful encouraging repeat custom. Needing new shoes then this is a must visit!
after the diagnosis! the only therapy allowed is to talk about shoes for the cure of course! Schuh! nothing is original in this shop! apart from the retro shoes and even then! but thats not a downside! funky shoes. They have lots and lots to offer! boots,pumps,heels,etc,etc! if you want quirky off the wall!
yes, it's a top notch shoe shop, with all the big brands, and a reasonable sudent discountbut somthing needs to be done about the training of their staff.
hi - can i help you with anything? comes the chirpy question, as soon as you set foot on the floor, before you've even looked at a single shoe! you'll know when i need help, missy - now stop hovering!!!
the other thing that really annoys me is their go-to response when they don't have a shoe in your size - i'm sorry, we don't have size 11we do have it in a 10? yeah, that's perfect, i'll just chop my toes off!! this world would be wonderful, if it wasn't for all the stupidity
This is the place to go if you are a big shoe fan - not a fan of big sized shoes, you know what I mean. Anyway there is the most amazing range of shoes for men and women, with lots of famous names, a lot of their own shoes, and a fair sprinkling of hard to get stuff. While their main market is the young and the fashionable, there are lots of boots, trainers and sensible shoes there as well. Staff are young, friendly and really know their shoes. I am by no means a shoe fetishist, but I love shops that have a passion for what they sell.
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