Schuh, normally pronounced as “shoe”, is a UK footwear retailer with over 130 stores across the UK and Ireland. Their first store was opened in 1981 in Edinburgh’s North Bridge Arcade, and since then, the company distributes over 80 shoe brands, including Converse, Vans, UGG, Nike, Adidas, not to mention its own Schuh label. Thanks to them, they were able to provide fashionable footwear for those who are outside of London.

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