I've got a few pairs of good quality men's shoes I want to find a new home for. I'm not wearing them and they're taking up space. All are in decent condition; some have been worn very little. Fairly classic styles.
I don't really want the hassle of selling them on eBay, but would like them to go to someone who genuinely wants/needs them. I'm not sure how many charity shops sell men's shoes, or how many people buy shoes in charity shops. I don't especially want to donate them to a shop and then find that they languish on a shelf unsold for years. Any suggestions? Mainly size 9, but some 8.5, FWIW. I'm happy to recycle them, but am not sure if this is the best plan.
The clothes banks take shoes and will not just 'recycle' them in the sense of recycling bottles. If they are in decent condition they'll be sold on somewhere via a charity shop or otherwise. There is one on Great Dover Street where Tabard Street joins.