Beckett Simonon Makes Excellent Quality Shoes At Low Prices (And Daily Caller Readers Get A Discount)

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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If you aren’t familiar with Beckett Simonon, you are missing out. Beckett Simonon makes shoes of the highest quality at ridiculously low prices. They have all the durability and style of Allen Edmonds shoes, but they only cost half the price.

How could this be?

The business model of Beckett Simonon is completely different from that of your typical shoe retailer. To ensure unnecessary costs do not accrue to the customer, the company only offers for sale a few shoe types each month. Then, when the month is over, the shoes are made (from full grain Italian calf skin leather) and shipped directly to your door. As such, Beckett Simonon lacks the traditional overheard costs for warehousing and indefinitely storing products that are never sold. This is the definition of efficiency.

Every aspect of this brand is laudable, from the fine leather to the fact that all its shoes are made at a small, family-run factory in Portugal (as opposed to China, like everything else these days). Did I mention that Daily Caller readers can get $15 off each order? All you have to do is use the code DEALER15. Man, I love this company.

Beckett Simonon is offering six shoes for sale this September (which means they will only be available through Friday). Check out this month’s collection:

This pair of tan Oxfords cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

This pair of tan Oxfords cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

Men’s Oxfords, Italian Calfskin Leather, Tan on sale for $175 with the code DEALER15

This pair of tan brogues cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

This pair of tan brogues cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

Men’s Cap-Toe Oxford Brogues, Italian Calfskin Leather, Tan on sale for $175 with the code DEALER15

This pair of brown Oxfords cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

This pair of brown Oxfords cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

Men’s Oxfords, Italian Calfskin Leather, Brown on sale for $175 with the code DEALER15

This pair of brown brogues cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

This pair of brown brogues cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

Men’s Cap-Toe Oxford Brogues, Italian Calfskin Leather, Brown on sale for $175 with the code DEALER15

This pair of black Oxfords cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

This pair of black Oxfords cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

Men’s Oxfords, Italian Calfskin Leather, Black on sale for $175 with the code DEALER15

This pair of black brogues cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

This pair of black brogues cost only $175 with the code DEALER15 (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

Men’s Cap-Toe Oxford Brogues, Italian Calfskin Leather, Black on sale for $175 with the code DEALER15

Beckett Simonon is changing the shoe game, and obviously for the better. Their quality is inimitable and their prices are unbeatable. It is only a shame that these six shoes are only available for another five days. After that, we’ll just have to stay tuned and see what they offer next month.

I might want these tan brogues a little too much (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

I might want these tan brogues a little too much (Photo courtesy of Beckett Simonon)

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