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  • "The McGillins" Men’s Slip-on Canvas Shoes

    Named for the oldest Irish pub in Philly, "The McGillins" feature an Irish green colorway with a shamrock pattern that make these men's canvas shoes a stylish & unique way to complete any outfit (especially when you're trying to get lucky). Made for comfort and ease, these slip-on sneakers are equipped with removable soft insoles and rubber outsoles, so it’s also easy to adjust them for a better fit. 

    • Classic low profile canvas uppers
    • Iconic sillhouette inspired by the Vans Slip-Ons
    • EVA rubber outsole for a soft, durable ride
    • Breathable lining and soft insole for temperature control and superior comfort
    • Elastic side accents for flexibility and an extra pop of color
    • Fits true to size (we offer free exhanges if your first pair doesn't fit)
    • Padded collar and tongue for all-day support and comfort
    • Printed, cut, and handmade overseas by our partner facility
    • Phillygoat branded insole and tongue, so you know it's not a cheap knockoff

    This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you (~2-3 weeks). Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

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    Brian R
    St. Patty's Day Appropriate Footwear!

    Saw these and thought great for St. Patrick’s Day. Ordered early luckily, they didn’t lie that getting your item takes a little time. Was delivered right on time for St. Patrick’s Day! Easy to slip on. Looks nice and clean. Feels comfortable right out of the box.

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    MCMORROW
    Comfy shoe

    Great shoe and arrived just before 3/17. Thank you

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    John Velutini
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    Ok. You have the Irish covered. What about the Italians?