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Sound Feet Shoes is family owned and operated.  Sound Feet has been in the retail shoe business for over 60 years, opening their first store in 1954. They provide the best customer service and are the only Outer Banks’ area full service shoe store since 1987. Now, the family owned business boasts eight stores in the region, including two outlets.  Their shoe specialists can help you find the right fit and comfort for your family’s needs.
Locals swarm to Sound Feet Shoes right before school starts in August for shoes for their children. And when Spring starts warming up, locals depend on Sound Feet as the place to find all the most recent styles of high-quality sandals. Over the years, vacationers have also learned to appreciate the value of a knowledgeable staff that know their product and know how to fit a shoe to the customer.  Sound Feet specializes in athletic, work, comfort shoes, and of course beachwear and sandals. Sound Feet Shoes carries over 150 name brands.  Many of the most sought-after brands are available here, including Olukai, Birkenstock, Naot, Clarks, Ecco, Sperry, Toms, UGG, Merrell, Nike, Brooks, New Balance, SAS, Sanuk, Reef, Teva, Dansko, Sanita, and Jack Rogers.  Customers can find everything from clogs to boots to heels to top-of-the-line running shoes.

 

Locations in

Nags Head

Powells Point

Williamston

Kitty Hawk

Greenville

Edenton

Duck

Corolla

 

Greenville
Williamston
Powells Point
Kitty Hawk
Nags Head
Corolla
Edenton
En-Route to the Outer Banks

En-Route to the Outer Banks

The drive to your Outer Banks destination can and should be part of the fun of heading to the beach, and with the wealth of roadside attractions, iconic destinations, and hidden gems, it’s easy to transform a long drive into an integral part of your getaway. So instead of making a beeline to the beach, take some time to check out the variety of activities and sites that are found along both the main routes and just slightly off the beaten path. Whether you come to the Outer Banks from the north, south, or west, you’ll find that there’s tons to discover along the way.