Beckett Simonon Review
Beckett Simonon is a company which produces high-quality leather shoes and boots for direct use in footwear. And since they have taken the direct-to – consumer path, their shoes can be sold much cheaper than their shoes.
However, they have found a new way to cut costs – they have made all their footwear ordinary. Basically, they take a package of pre-order from clients, and then put a major order in Bogota, Colombia and Oporto, Portugal with their shoemaking companies.
This prevents the costs of getting a bunch of footwear overbound or stored. This is why footwear of high quality can be much cheaper than you usually find at prices.
Beckett Simonon is a brand that I’d been interested in long before Stitchdown began.
Its shoe style is very cool, its price is very attractive, as it’s been climbing over the years ($199, for boosts, $149 for sneakers and GATs) and good stuff was heard from people who have worn it in the past.
Their designs are very cool. When they offered to give me (full disclosure) a couple of your Durant oxford sheets, I did not say no.