Home to the twin cities St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota is well known for their lakes, rivers, falls and forests. But don’t be fooled with all the gifts of nature, Minnesota is rich in culture and is widely diverse. Minnesota is home to our favorite “Big Box” store – Target and also the headquarters of some biggest chains in America. Hence, people here take their leather goods shopping seriously.
Are you residing in Minnesota and you are looking to bring your leather goods back to life? Worry no more because we have shortlisted repair shops just for you. Go on, scroll to see the list below.
Harting Shoe Repair
509 Washington St
Brainerd, MN 56401
Phone: (218) 829-2496
The easiest repair shop you can find if you are staying in and around Duluth would be Renew Shoe Services. It is located right by State Bridge Road near Johns Creek Park and XtremeHopp. You wouldn’t miss the repair shop because of its location. Make sure to bring those leather babies in for some much needed TLC.
If you’re headed straight to Minneapolis, head downtown and you will find Skyway Shoe Repair inside RSM Plaza. While you’re there waiting for your beloved item to be restored, repaired or cleaned, you can visit Foshay Museum and Observation Deck just across the street from Nicollet Mall. You can also find another accessible shop at Minneapolis’s twin city, St Paul. Harold’s Shoe Repair is located right by Road 49 and Rice Street.
Head down south from Minnesota or north from Minneapolis and you’ll find Leather Alteration and Repair, located north of 7th Avenue across 5th Avenue by the beautiful and iconic Mississippi River.
The most accessible from all of the mentioned locations above if you are in or around Rochester – Thee Only Shoe Repair is situated at the North of Broadway Avenue and Northeast of 9th Street.
Pack those worn out goods and get going to the repair shops near you. It’s about time you give those items a refresh just in time for the coming year.