Mismatched & Single Shoes

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by NLLIC Staff (Revised 2010)


The organizations in the first list below can accept donations of single shoes in good condition and may be able to assist in locating single shoes as well. The second list contains retailers that offer single shoes for sale,

The contents of the following Web sites are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Amputee Coalition. No Amputee Coalition endorsement is implied.

Nonprofit organizations and exchanges

National Odd Shoe Exchange (N.O.S.E.)
PO Box 1120
Chandler, Arizona 85244-1120

Since 1943, the National Odd Shoe Exchange has been a resource for new, quality single shoes and pairs of significantly different sizes. To register with National Odd Shoe Exchange, send a brief letter concisely stating your sizes and restrictions, or visit the Web site for further details.


A free Website: ". . . that connects people with odd shoes with people that need odd shoes."

The One Shoe Crew
PO Box 285
Rio Linda, CA 95673

The One Shoe Crew’s purpose is to provide shoes for amputees and others who wear one shoe or different size shoes. All services are free for U.S. veterans. There is a $3.00 registration fee for all services (lifetime membership). Call, email or write, and send a #10 S.A.S.E. for details and a registration form.

Soles4Souls, Inc.
2900 Lebanon Road, Suite 210
Nashville, TN 37214


Retailers that sell single/mismatched shoes

Birkenstock Express Online

Healthy Feet Store
866/324-3338 (858/547-8800 from HI, AK or PR).

Nordstrom - Single-Shoe Service Online



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