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    Quote Originally Posted by cobraboy View Post
    Poor people don't shop online.
    I am not poor, but do not shop on line...prefer to support local established businesses ... including chains.
    Russell

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    Quote Originally Posted by caribmike View Post
    At Pricesmart in Santiago too at least last Wednesday. It did not look closed to me.
    ...still open and busy..When the stores in USA were open I brought several pair down here..the quality of the Dominican Payless shoes was poor...and of course cost more..

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    Quote Originally Posted by USA DOC View Post
    ...still open and busy..When the stores in USA were open I brought several pair down here..the quality of the Dominican Payless shoes was poor...and of course cost more..
    I am like twice a week at Pricesmart here in Santiago, I never stepped inside Payless yet. Once in Santo Domingo we bought shoes for school for one of our boys (because Amazon delivery was late) - they did not last 10 days...

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    Payless in the USA is now offering a smaller selection on Amazon. Go to the payless website to get the links (Currently three brands)

    Yup, still open and doing fine in Latin America - saw the Panama and Colombia stores
    The important thing about Payless is their extended sizes for women (11, 12, and 13)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlterEgo View Post
    Out of bankruptcy and reopening some stores. Did this ever affect DR?

    https://trib.al/dJOlwBA
    Thanks!! that is good news... continue to offer the wide variety online, lot lower costs than retail stores

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell View Post
    I bought a pair of loafers in Santo Domingo , expensive . then traveled to Spain ...when I returned a week later the seams were splitting at the toe end. Then the finish surface peeled off.
    They are closing down in Canada as well.
    Three important things in life are :
    Good healthy food
    Great firm mattress
    Good shoes.

    But that is only my opinion.
    I had a stroke anyway , go figure!!
    Russell
    Buy a pair of English shoes, online, or wherever ....last at least a 20 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDKNIGHT View Post
    I guess they have holes in their shoes now,
    naw, the cheap glue the Chinese used failed long before you covered enough miles to develop a hole.

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