Buying shoes online might sound like a bad idea – because shoes really should be tried on before you buy them . But online shoe shops can be great for buying replacement shoes for those you have worn out. If you really like a pair of shoes – just buy the same make and size again and they should fit with no problem.
Or – you could always try on shoes in your local shoe shop – then see if you can find them cheaper online .
Some online shops that sell shoes and deliver to Ireland.
Brooks specialise in running shoes . They are based in the Netherlands – so no import duty on deliveries to Ireland
Delivery to Ireland is free on orders over €75 , otherwise its €5.
Brooks products come with a no-questions-asked 90-day satisfaction guarantee. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied within the first 90-days after purchase they will refund you. (Free returns)
MeliJoe is based in France and they sell some of the best kids brands . Shoes for boys and girls from brands such as Reebok , Ugg , DR Martens, Adidas , Sorel , Converse and more .Delivery to Ireland €8.95 .
Boden is a UK site that sells ladies and men’s clothes and they have a small selection of shoes. Delivery to Ireland is a reasonable €7.00 GBP per order.
LifeStyle Sports is an Irish business with free delivery of all orders in Ireland and NO additional VAT or Customs Duties.
They sell a wide range of footwear – from football boots to running shoes and trainers from brands such as Adidas, Asics, Nike, New Balance,Vans and more .
Amazon . On Shoes sold by Amazon there will be No UK VAT charged by on deliveries to Ireland, just Irish VAT instead Free delivery to Ireland on orders over £20.
Import duty only comes into play on orders over €150 – and Amazon charge you upfront so you definitely won’t be hit with extra charges at the door.
Just avoid the marketplace sellers and stick to these shoes Sold by Amazon .
Purple Tag sells shoes for men, women and children. Free delivery for all orders over €40 in Ireland. It is an Irish run website and they send all orders from Dublin – so there will be no worries about Brexit related tax or duty.
Size.ie sells sports footwear and sometimes have some of the highly sought-after worldwide exclusive product releases. They are part of the JD Sports group.
Delivery costs €4 but is FREE if your order is over €80. They only deliver to Ireland or Northern Ireland. No VAT or duty surprises we are told.
ASOS only sell online – that is how they can keep the prices low. They stock shoes by all the top brands as well as their own label shoes .
Orders over €42 qualify for free delivery to Ireland. All other orders will be charged €3 for delivery to Ireland.
ASOS delivers to all of its EU customers from a Berlin warehouse – so they won’t be affected by customs duty .
Littlewoods sell a good range of shoes for all ages including children’s brands such as Clarks, Start-Rite, Kickers, Hush Puppies.
Adult shoes from Tiberland, Birkenstock,Ugg,Regatta and many more.
Free delivery in Ireland and no extra duty or VAT to pay on delivery
JD Sports sell trainers by top brands like Adidas, Nike, Puma and more. Loved by teenagers all over Ireland ! Delivery to Ireland is free on orders over €80 and prices are in Euros. JD sports say they “won’t be passing any customs fees onto you and will be covering the full amount”.
The well known Converse brand have their own dedicated Irish online store. Converse has been making Chuck Taylor All Star and One Star sneakers for over 100 years . Now they are always working to make new street style classics.
Delivery to Ireland is €7.50 (free for orders above €65). We are assured that the price you pay will include any tax and duty.
Marks and Spencers sell shies for all ages and genders. Delivery in Ireland is €4.95. Prices are in Euros but watch out for VAT and possibly duty on delivery because most of their orders are fulfilled from the UK.
El Corte Ingles – is based in Spain – and shoes are some of the thousands of different products they sell. Shoes from Ecco, Dr Martens , Hugo Boss , Clarks, Nike , Lacoste Converse and many more.
Some other shoe brands may not be familiar to Irish shoppers – but they are good prices and delivery within the EU is €5.90 and FREE on orders over €75. The website is available in English.
Charles and Keith is a Singapore based online shop selling a fabulous range of women’s shoes and bags. They have styles ranging from strappy heeled sandals to sneakers. Enjoy a day out in city-chic mules or casual slide sandals, or take our mock-croc heels and killer boots C&K also have a stunning wedding collection ready to turn heads. Prices are not too expensive and delivery to Ireland is €10.00 but free for orders above €100. (Prices include any duties and taxes)
Kirby’s Shoe Shop is a family-run business in County Cork. Delivery €5 and free on orders over €75
Bonkers is a German street and skatewear shop that sells trainers and sneakers by Converse , DC , Vans, New Balnce, Nike and others. The Bonkers website is available in English.
Delivery to Ireland is free on orders over €250
€10 on orders between €150 – 249.99
€16 on orders under €150
Thomas Patrick shoe shop is located on Grafton Street Dublin. Selling shoes for men and women from the best European shoe companies. €6 charge for deliveries in the Republic of Ireland .
The following shops deliver shoes to Ireland but there may be VAT and duty charges on delivery.
Office Shoes sell shoes online for men and women. With makes such as Ugg , Fred Perry , Converse , Vans as well as formal shoes by Hudson, Gibson and Ted Baker . Youu may be liable to pay duties and local taxes on orders sent to Ireland from Office.