If you like your footwear cheap and not so cheerful, this is the place to go. I feel disgusted with the smell every time I walk in here, so basically try to avoid it as much as possible. The average price for a pair of shoes is about £10 and this is reflected in the poor quality of the shoes. The most expensive shoes I've seen in here were under £20 which says it all!
The summer sandals are great for £3-5 you can get a pair of pretty flip flops to wear on holiday and then chuck away. The shop is never busy but the staff just don't seem to want to help the customers either. They never come over and offer help when people are obviously struggling to find something, the mentality seems to be, If you want help, come over to the counter and then maybe I'll help you!
I don't care if people are earning low salaries for working in a cheap outfit like this (go a few doors away to the ultra cheap Card Factory and see what wonderful customer service they always provide), I expect some degree of politeness and good customer service if I'm spending money somewhere.
The worst thing about this store is the really awful stench when you walk in of cheap plastic or something, it's not even bad food odour, it's the awful materials used to actually make the shoes!
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