Endless F&F: 20% off orders of $100 or more w/ code SEPEVENT
Code expires Thurs. 9/29 and there are some restricted brands (Cole Haan, Varvatos, Red Wing, etc…)
So your shoe appetite has been whetted by the Allen Edmonds sale, but you just don’t have $200 in your budget for shoes right now. Join the club. Enter Endless with their Friends & Family Sale. Take 20% off over $100 with the code SEPEVENT, and since this is Endless everything ships and returns free and fast.
There’s a crap-ton of exclusions on this one. A crap ton I tell you. But there are more than a few worthwhile picks under $200. Some even under $100. On with it:
Sebago Brattle in Dark Brown – $104.00 ($130)
If you want em’ in black or taupe suede, try Sierra Trading Post first. But the pretty close to perfect dark brown are tough to find. Awesome for this time of year. Full review can be found right here.
Gordon Rush Charleston – $105.60 ($295)
You have to wonder about a pair of boots that started at $300 and have since dropped to a third of that original cost. Gordon Rush always seems to be a little overpriced, but the Charleston boot in particular looks to have a ton of potential. Especially in saddle. Different but not obnoxious. Might need a little break in time.
Florsheim Willett Loafer – $88.23 ($175)
Already marked down and with the extra 20% off these drop under $90. They look a little funky just sitting there by themselves, but once you get pants on they’re an interesting take on loafers.
J. D. Fisk Franklin Desert – $90.25 – $143.20 ($113 – $175)
The price all depends on your color selection. And there’s eleven colors to pick from. Some are suede, some leather, some canvas, some nubuck. Made in Mexico. More of a modern looking shape on the classic Desert Chukka setup. Choose wisely, some of these have some distressing at the toe that might not look the best in person.
Lacoste Osier Lace up – $81.39 ($185)
The deep brown color is already marked down to $101 which is just over the threshold. Sorta odd with the perforated interior leather panels and thick laces. Certainly not a true dress shoe, but a dressed up casual.
Kenneth Cole New York Mountain Bike Boot – $155 – $172 ($215)
You’re either going to love or hate this style. From Kenneth Cole’s New York line and not from his lower REACTION. Pretty sure these got a mention in Esquire or GQ a few months back. UPDATE: These are available over at the Neiman Marcus run Last Call for $103.25. You’ll see this new price once it gets added to your cart.
Florsheim Veblen Longwing – $135.96 ($170)
Here’s why it’s worthwhile to consider going through Endless instead of Florsheim this time. Despite the perpetual 20% off code LINK20 for Florsheim, you’ll get dinged on return shipping if you order through the brand. Endless gets you free 2-day shipping plus free returns. Four colors available. Widths get limited on the wine (shown) & rust colors.
Johnston & Murphy Runnell Boot – $103.96 ($130)
J & M’s take on the suede desert style chukka boot. Even comes with a crepe sole and sheepskin lining. Got one glowing review yet another says they run a little long and narrow. Also available in black and grey suede.
The Splurge: Allen Edmonds McTavish – $236.00 ($295)
There’s been some interest in these in the comments. On sale for $250 via Allen Edmonds but a little lower (with free two-day and free returns) thanks to Endless.
The Watches: Bulova Marine Star Black Dial – $165| Silver Dial Dress – $90
Yep, the watches get 20% off too. Too bad Citizen is one of the many “exclusions” for this sale, but luckily enough Bulova is not. The Marine Star Black Dial has been kicking around for awhile. A lot of good, classic dive looks for not much cost. You could anchor almost any dressed up wardrobe with the Bulova Silver dial. Both are quartz.
The Endless Friends & Family code SEPEVENT is good for 20% off lots of stuff over $100. Code Expires 9/29