Startup M.Gemi sells leather shoes handmade in small, family-owned Italian workshops. Styles range from timeless to on-trend and of-the-moment.
The company’s loafer, The Felize ($198), helped put them on the map, and as of 2019, it’s been wait-listed over 36,000 times by shoppers.
In person, they’re a perfect leather travel shoe. They slip on and off quickly in airport security lines, mold into a custom-made fit over time, and look effortlessly stylish at the same time that they’re extremely comfortable. The rubber sole also makes for more cushiony walking.
Right now, the site is offering 20% off its suede colors (now $158), leather (now $158), Croco leather (now $182), and a leopard print calf-hair (now $238) until November 10. The discount will automatically apply at checkout.
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Those who have heard of M.Gemi‘s shoes are just as likely to know the startup’s tagline: “Made in Italy the old way and sold the new way.” And that pretty much sums it up.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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