FEIT: Shoes for a Lifetime – Rare Sale
FEIT, the neo luxury, cult footwear brand (pronounced ‘feet’), is celebrating a design and craftsmanship retrospective with a one-week pop-up Archive Sale. One-off rarities archived over the past nine years by founder Tull Price – some with only one pair in existence – will be presented alongside an edited capsule of past collection styles. One-off examples include a winterized, evolved version of FEIT’s signature Hand Sewn High lined with all natural wool and with a double leather sole; and the iconic Hand Sewn Low Printed, a luxury handmade version of the classic court sneaker, featuring FEIT’s advanced Goodyear construction, all natural materials, and unlined raw edges (image above).
Opening Wednesday July 26 at 9am EST, exclusively online at feitdirect.com, the sale will run for a limited period of only one-week, closing on Tuesday August 1 at midnight EST. Customers are invited to enjoy free global shipping on all orders, and past collection styles up to 60% off.
“Each season we design and sample shoes which for one reason or another are not released to the public. The color or material may not have been suitable for the time, or fit with the season’s collection. We may have run out of material, or were unable to produce more than just one pair. For many of these styles only one pair exists. These shoes sit in my personal archive as reference samples for future seasons. Design details, constructions, colors and materials, not to be forgotten. This summer we decided to open up the archive and offer these rarities to our customers. What you will find gives you a glimpse into some of the ideas that helped create some of the FEIT products that have become signature to the brand today. We hope you enjoy this one-off look at thoughts of the past.” Tull Price, founder.
FEIT adheres to a strict policy of using biological materials and natural treatments where possible. Natural materials breathe, patina, take on the shape of, and become one with, the wearer.
Monday, July 26 – Tuesday, August 1st