About Us

About Graham Shoes | Old picture of the store

Graham's is a traditional shoe store in Ireland. In 1969, Tom Graham established the flag ship branch in Dublin, at 16 Exchequer Street, near the famous Grafton Street. As a visionary and entrepreneur, Tom Graham opened a ladies’ store and he was one of the pioneers of stand alone children’s shoe shops as well.

Based on the success of the first shop and persuaded by his eldest son, Tom decided to open the second store in 1988 in Kilkenny. After that, as a result of expansion, a new Grahams branch was opened in Carlow in 1997. The next step on the ladder was the Naas branch in 2005, followed by the Clonmel branch in 2006.

The company now encompasses seven branches across five locations in Ireland offering children’s, women’s and men’s shoes. And remains one of only a handful of family run, independently owned shoe retailers in the country.

The secret of Grahams’ success is the special attention focused on the customer. All staff are highly trained to help women and men’s needs and provide a first-rate fitting service for children. Grahams takes pride in the fact that many of the customers, that came to store as children, continue as costumers through adulthood, and bring their own children back as well.

Besides a good customer service, Grahams has a huge range of brands of shoes offering a varied range of casual to formal. Every piece of footwear has distinctive quality, built with brilliant technology and great materials to deliver always the best product to customers.

Picture of Tom Graham Picture of a Clown and a Boy in front of an old Graham store