Working for over 25 years in the footwear industry, Rubino Shoes is a family-owned business 100% Quebec based, offering the best brands, at the lowest prices, for women, men and children.
Rubino Shoes has built an enviable reputation for the quality of its products, its wide selection and its competitive prices.
Vincenzo Rubino started in the shoe business after his marriage to Angela De Lucia. In this turning point in his life, he took his first step in this industry, the first step that led him very far on the path to success.
Despite a difficult start, Vincenzo Rubino and his wife and business partner didn’t let themselves down. From the first month, they showed their trust in the future by expanding their first store in Terrebonne from 1150 square feet to almost double, or 2250 square feet.
Vincenzo Rubino's determination has never changed and today, twenty years later, Rubino Shoes is a dynamic company with twenty outlet stores and counts over 200 employees!
Our mission is to contribute to the greater benefit of the consumers by marketing, with passion, a wide range of superior-quality branded shoes with unbeatable prices. The objective is to offer continuously more. The spirit Rubino shoes bases itself on is the search for a balance: action reaction, product and service, excellence and pleasure. Our values reflect our desire to build, with our clientele, a relationship where the feelings and the business conjugate to create a unique business.
Rubino Shoes is enthusiastic about its new role as the leading retailer of branded footwear in Quebec at unbeatable prices. The company has plans to open new locations and to renovate several stores, as well as to expand the brand selection and introduce new brands directly imported from Italy.
Rubino Shoes is implicated years after years with Operation Enfant Soleil to raise funds to improve the well-being of sick children, with its Gala Rubino that is held every year since 2009.
Rubino Shoes is implicated years after years with Operation Enfant Soleil to raise funds to improve the well-being of sick children.