In An Incredibly Rare Event, You Can Get Santoni Men’s Italian Leather Shoes For Half Off

Photo via The Gray Shoebox

Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
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Isn’t it a shame how much nice shoes cost? I understand that they are definitely worth it, but still. Who wants to shell out that much money? One of our missions here at the Daily Dealer is to constantly find discounts for our readers on shoes. Your feet deserve to look perfect.

For the moment, I want to direct your attention to The Gray Shoebox. The Gray Shoebox sells handmade luxury shoes made from fine Italian leather. They feature a large variety of styles, including loafers, slip-ons, sneakers, oxfords and boots. And right now there is the rare opportunity to get them at a GIGANTIC discount. Santoni men’s shoes from The Gray Shoebox are currently 50 percent off. I can’t even begin to predict when you will find a deal this tempting again.

Look through The Gray Shoebox’s entire site for the shoes you are looking for. To give you an idea, I’ve listed three of my favorite below. All orders come with free shipping.

Normally $625, this pair of slip-ons is 50 percent off (Photo via The Gray Shoebox)

Normally $625, this pair of slip-ons is 50 percent off (Photo via The Gray Shoebox)

Plan Strap Slip On Paine-L5

Normally $1100, this cap toe shoe is 50 percent off (Photo via The Gray Shoebox)

Normally $1100, this cap toe shoe is 50 percent off (Photo via The Gray Shoebox)

Handmade Double Monk Strap Cap Toe 1901 on sale for $550

Normally $450, this wingtip is 50 percent off (Photo via The Gray Shoebox)

Normally $450, this wingtip is 50 percent off (Photo via The Gray Shoebox)

Suede Wingtip Oxford Grady-S8

Photo via The Gray Shoebox

Photo via The Gray Shoebox

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