25% off Select Styles at Endless – No Code Necessary.
The advantages of Endless are pretty well documented. Shipping is free both ways, and they’re awfully good about getting you your new shoes fast. 2-day shipping is standard, and overnight shipping is available on some of their newer shoes. One of the few drawbacks is weeding through their sales. The extra 25% off comes off after the shoes go in your cart, and over three thousand shoes are up for the markdown. Big haystack. These be the needles…
UPDATE: Looks like Amazon, the parent company of Endless, is doing a 30% off shoe sale right now. Many of these are available over there for less, and have been noted when that’s the case. Shipping is slower with Amazon and you are on the hook for small return shipping charges, but 5% can make a gigantic difference. Also know that to get the discount through Amazon, your sizes must be sold BY Amazon, not a 3rd party. Credit Danil with the catch.
They’re not a true closed lacing oxford, but they’re plenty dressed up, plenty sleek, and plenty Italian for under $190 shipped. The calf version runs close to $500. Hard to argue with the toe here. Made in Italy. Sizes are scarce.
Equipped with closed lacing but these are no where near as dressed up as the a. testonis. Plenty casual in fact. A shoe that’s cheap enough that it’ll look better a little beat up than right out of the box.
UPDATE: These are on sale an get the 30% off Amazon treatment, putting them at $63.53.
Sebago Brattle – $97.50 ($130)
Looks like Endless got a new shipment of Sebago’s brattle in dark brown. You’ll spend about $25 more on these than the Hilfigers, but the increase in quality outweighs the extra cost. They’re a little more dressed down thanks to the grippy sole, but man are they comfortable. Full review here. The leather isn’t waterproofed like the Hamilton boot, so the uppers are more natural and matte looking.
UPDATE: These are on sale and get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, putting them at $83.52.
Gordon Rush Fullerton – $168.75 ($225)
Even at 25% off, Gordon Rush’s made-in-China shoes might be a little over priced. But their styling is just off center enough that guys looking for something different might find the premium worth it. A more modern take on a simple lace up. Has a perfectly shaped toe with a slick Medallion on it, a slightly lighter leather sole, and nice lines.
UPDATE: These get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, putting them at $157.50
Expensive, but the execution between form and function is flawless. A gore-tex boot that doesn’t look like you just spent the last three months on the Appalachian trail. Full grain uppers, recraftable, and made in the USA.
UPDATE: These get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, putting them at $209.97
Can saddle shoes be subtle and, uh… bad ass? No. But these look like they could get awfully close. Toned down with grey as the base color with black wrapped over the top in true saddle shoe fashion. Made in Mexico with a leather sole. UPDATE: These get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, putting them at $118.30
Florsheim Haviland – $127.50 ($170)
An endless sale is one of the rare times you can find Florsheim shoes for less than on Florsheim.com Usually LINK20 will get you 20% off your Florsheim.com order, but it’s 25% here with faster shipping. Plus you’re not on the hook for return shipping if you want to send them back. The Haviland is Florsheim’s longwing with a wet weather ready rubber sole. Also available in blue suede, brown suede, and black leather.
UPDATE: These are on sale and also get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, getting them as low as $107.09
Pretty conservative and not much more than a cap toe. Part of Florsheim’s imperial collection. If you’re not a fan of broguing or super sleek profiles, these have a Goodyear, are solid quality, and the rest is simple.
UPDATE: These are on sale and also get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, getting them as low as $109.23
Damn indeed. A load when it comes to the price, but hats off to Allen Edmonds. Not a wingtip boot, but instead a cap toe with brogue punch detailing & perforations, and incredible sweeping lines up to the laces.
UPDATE: Sizes are all over the place, but these get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, putting them at $245
Also, there’s more than a few AE models on sale. Such as, The well loved Strand, the Vernon, and the off road looking Kiowa. Sizes are scattered, and discount only applies if the shoe is sold direct by Amazon.
J. D. Fisk Edgar Wingtip – $74.25 ($169.00)
The pebbled-looking texture of the leather and the slightly contrasting sole puts these in the more rugged/casual wingtip category. But for $75? Like other J.D. Fisk shoes, made in Mexico. Leather sole.
UPDATE: These are on sale and also get the 30% off treatment at Amazon, getting them as low as $69.30
The Endless extra 25% off select styles pre Black Friday event ends Wednesday 11/23