The British online store Herring Shoes has already launched its sale, and it is reportedly larger than ever. Hundreds of models in different sizes are reduced in most cases with about 30%. Good chances for a bargain in other words.
I usually summarize the sales of each season in a post at the beginning of January, when they typically peak. A store that have one of the most popular sales are Herring Shoes, and now they have launched their sale very early, and to make sure that everything isn’t already sold out when I do my regular sale post, I do a separate post about this. The spine of the sale selection consists of shoes from their own collections, but also a lot of models from Church’s, Loake, Barker and Jeffery West is reduced. It’s also pretty good discounts in the majority of cases, normally around 30%, but sometimes even half the price.
Some of my favorites when I looked through the selection is the burgundy adelaide Chamberlain from the Herring Premier line, made by Cheaney, decreased from £295 to £195. Another fine Herring shoe is the single monk shoe Raleigh made by Alfred Sargent to the same standard as their Exclusive range, it’s available in black and dark brown in many sizes and are discounted with £130 to £295. Tavistock is another Private Label shoe they have which belongs to the Classic range with good budget quality shoes, it’s a derby in brown grain leather with double Dainite sole, perfect for milder winter days. Previously it cost £175, now it stands at £125.