Army and Navy Shoe Sale 2014

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The legendary Army and Navy Shoe Sale, now in its 65th year, returns on Wednesday, April 30th. Canada’s largest designer shoe sale features over 100,000 pairs shoes with labels such as DKNY, Pour La Victoire, Steve Madden, Marc Fisher, Calvin Klein, Charles David, Kelsi Dagger and more.

Army and Navy Shoe Sale 2014“To celebrate Army & Navy’s 65th Annual Legendary Shoe Sale, we are showcasing our most exciting collection of designer shoes to date,” said Jacqui Cohen, Army & Navy President & CEO. “I am thrilled to continue the shoe sale tradition, which has become a highly anticipated event for girlfriends of all ages. Shoes that retail for hundreds of dollars will be discounted up to 90% and no pair of shoes will be priced over $40.” [Source: Press Release]

On the morning of the Army and Navy Shoe Sale, doors will open at 8:00am at all locations including Vancouver (Gastown), New Westminster, Langley, Calgary, Edmonton Whyte Avenue and Edmonton Londonderry Mall. On average, 5,148 shoppers line up on the day of the Army and Navy Shoe Sale, which has sold 3.732 million total pairs of shoes to date.

If you can’t line up on April 30th, not to worry. They refresh the shelves with stock throughout the day and while the entire sale lasts so you won’t miss out on some of the best picks.

Army and Navy Shoe Sale 2014
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Army and Navy is Canada’s Original Discount Department Store. This family company is 100% Canadian owned and operated, with a strong legacy in Vancouver’s historic Gastown neighbourhood. Follow the store on Twitter and Facebook for more information and enter to win a $500 shopping spree for you and your friends.

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  1. MaggiSaturday, April 19th, 2014 — 8:07pm PDT

    Love this shoe sale! All the shoes are good quality. I looooove it!

  2. NaTeMonday, April 21st, 2014 — 6:48pm PDT

    The most amazing shoe sale ever go with your girlfriend and buy her all the shoes she wants. You’ll thank me later.

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