Looking for SAS shoes outlet stores alternatives?

Need SAS shoes outlet stores alternatives? This is the guide for some of the best alternatives, anywhere online. I've decided to list some websites that seem to consistently have the lowest prices. Below is the website that I recommend.

Links to search results for this brand are below:

Bizrate/Shopzilla - SAS Shoes outlet stores

eBid Online Auctions

SUMMARY:This is easy to summarize because this brand has a minimal existence on Amazon and no existence on Bizrate/Shopzilla. This may be a brand with rigid restrictions on its retail outlets which would explain this happening. There is not a huge presence on eBay of this brand also, but there are at least a couple of reputable power sellers with such an extensive selection that they would qualify as unofficial SAS shoes outlets.

For those who are curious, "SAS" stands for San Antonio Shoes and this company was started by two shoe industry veterans, Terry Hayden and Lew Armstrong who were worried about the shoemaking industry leaving the United States. Their friends liked the shoes that they created and thus their company got its start. Might be a good idea for today's economy also.

FROM THE BLOGS: Interesting acronym, the name of this company. It seems to be quite common with different organizations that vary widely in purpose. One could be mistaken perhaps, in thinking that if you were this shoes, you might design software. Even less likely, you could be mistaken for a British covert military operations specialist getting ready to carry out a mission, clad in fine leather sandals or loafers. To be fair, none of these types of results showed up in my blog searches, though that would have been really interesting. But given that there is a blog titled "Glock Pistol" that discusses these shoes, then maybe that type of confusion could almost be considered reasonable. I thought that the oddest of the search results was a link to an ad from a woman who supposedly found a cure for yeast infections. I have no idea how that is supposed to be related to these shoes. I don't think that I ever saw any coupons or specials for this special service on the brand's website. Aside from that peculiarity, the rest of the blog search results are pretty basic, commercial and blah. You get the feeling that this brand caters to people who don't like much flash, because none is provided on the website or even the related blog articles.