Fluevog Canada has released their black Friday sale with up to 65% off awesome boots and shoes. The best deal in the sale is on the Leon (women’s) and the Quest (men’s) high-tops from the Lopro line. Originally $299, these shoes are now on sale for $99 a pair.
You save $200 on these shoes in either the wine or black crackle. Only these two colours are discounted to $99, the other colours are more expensive. I prefer the black crackle myself as black goes with everything. There is still a large variety of sizes available for both women and men.
These are one of the most comfortable shoes that John Fluevog has ever made. He took the sneaker to a new level by adding a padded collar and tongue and textile accented panels. The Leon and Quest shoes are made with Italian fabric and Portuguese leather as well as nubuck. The use of multiple materials creates a comfortable and well-fitting shoe that will really make your feet feel like a million dollars on the street or on the dance floor.
If these are not your style, you should check out the rest of The Fluevog Black Friday sale as it is awesome. I am a Fluevog addict and already own four or five pairs of their shoes. One pair is so worn out now that I need to get a replacement stat! I just ordered these strong and sexy Zachary boots for women. They are a knee-high lace-up boot with a low heel that is perfect for everyday wear. Originally $359, they are now on sale for $199. You are saving $160 off the boots and they still have many sizes in stock.
Men, there are some fantastic deals on funky footwear for your feet at Fleuvog. Might I recommend a Gallant Willy at just $79, originally priced at $255. These are a camo flat shoe with a lovely contrasting purple tongue. Sizes 10 through 13 are still in stock.
Women, do not miss the CBC: Women’s for just $79 a pair, originally $245. There are plenty of sizes still available from six going up to 10 and 1/2.
Edit: Shipping is $16 for your first pair or $10 per pair when you order two or more (thanks Cassandra)!
(Expiry: 1st December 2014)