Stack Up on Sacco - IF you can

There is a very good reason I don't frequent Sacco Shoe stores - the prices.

But this past weekend I learned why they can charge such high dollars. Their shoes are super comfortable and and are the cutest. The designers definitely have a way of mixing current trends with timeless designs, so you can easily walk out with $200+ shoes that are very comfy and wearable for the next 10+ years.

SALE - Go Now If You Can!

They are having a decent sale, my friend just score two boots for a bit over $400. Definitely not cheap, but for someone like herself who has been in search for boots that fit her tiny tiny calves - no way could she pass up the two pairs of best fitting boots.

The online sale is not as good as the in-store. Also if the sales person says the shoe is not available elsewhere, I recommend to call or visit another location on your own. Sales people, they want the commission.

The big "IF" in the if you can means you should definitely have the disposable income necessary for such a splurge.

There are 5 Sacco locations:
324 Columbus Ave at 75th 212-799-5229
118 E 59th St bet Park & Lex 212-207-3151
Opening Soon!6 E 23rd 212-777-3414
14 East 17th off 5th Ave 212-243-2070 (we went to this one and they were super nice - take the train to Union Square and walk over)
94 7th Avenue at 16th 212-675-5180 111
Thompson Street at Prince Street 212-925-8010

Observed Sacco Benefits:
- Soft comfortable and quality Italian leather
- They stretch your boots for free (calve area and the actual shoe width)
- For other shoe services like taps, they have a cobbler to recommend

Store hours Mon – Fri 11:00 am - 8:00 pm Sat 11:00 am - 7:00 pm Sun 12:00 noon - 7:00 pm

Knowledge is Power - Info on the Sacco owners and their vision
Thanks to JS who originally recommended this place for those with smaller legs:)