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Tretorn's Rubber Boots Are Walking Out of Soho

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This Thursday, Tretorn officially closes its sleek, sporty Soho store. The Swedish company has been keeping Spring Street stocked in tennis shoes and colorful rubber rain boots since June of 2008. Back in September, they held a major sale—possibly a way to get rid of excess inventory—but that doesn't mean they're disappearing entirely from the New York scene. You can still find the brand at Bloomingdale's, Macy's, and plenty of other small boutiques, as well as online on their website.
· Now Open: Tretorn Turns Up in Soho [Racked NY]
· RackedWire: Tretorn's Big Sale [Racked NY]
· Tretorn [Official Site]

Tretorn

150 Spring Street New York NY