Meet Yadi


Yadi Shoe Repair was founded in the 1990's when a man named Yadi immigrated to Canada from Iran.

Working as an apprentice for many years, Yadi learned the skills and techniques one needs to successfully master the craft of shoe repair. 

Eventually, Yadi became the owner of the shop that trained him, which was situated in the Woodbine Center Mall in Rexdale, Ontario. It was there that Yadi would meet Josephine, his future wife, who would play a major part of Yadi's success as a shoe repair shopkeeper. 

Fast forward to today, and Yadi is still repairing shoes and is a master cobbler. Yadi is a textbook example of an honest, hard-working cobbler. He tells it like it is, and will be honest with you in explaining the cost of the repair and if it's worth it or not.



What Our Customers Say

Our shoe repair services are highly rated on Google, have a look at some of our reviews and what our customers say after experiencing the Yadi Shoe Repair difference.

Shannon TiwariShannon Tiwari
21:57 04 May 22
They were able to fix and rejuvenate my shoes with polish. Now it looks brand new from the day I bought it!
Matt StrangisMatt Strangis
20:39 04 Feb 22
They are very kind people, pleasure to do business here.
02:18 24 Dec 21
The repair shop did an excellent job of restoring my favorite shoes to new condition. The shop's quality of work and customer service are excellent.
Lorena Y.Lorena Y.
19:31 05 Nov 21
Thanks , I will, some people think because we live in Woodbridge we have to overpaid
Jonathan DimitriuJonathan Dimitriu
22:48 02 Sep 21
Absolutely the best shoe repair in vaughan

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