Secret outlet's that sell nearly perfect shoes at a discount

Yep, never pay full when you follow our quick guide on how to save if you don’t mind a little scuff or blemish when it comes to your shoes.

This is a haven for parents looking to buy shoes for the kids as children seem to… Well be children I suppose. Wear and tear and shoe sizes change like the wind when the kids are growing up so why pay full right? EXACTLY.

Also don’t be put off if you don’t have kids or are looking for yourself! You deserve it.

Why spend £120 on a pair of shoes that you may only wear once or twice, heck even to work. No one really looks at shoes as such when you are busy so why not pay less for a branded item that may have a scuff at the bottom…

Anyways to sum it up, Office Offcuts from Office and Schuh Imperfects from… Schuh… (Didn’t think of that when I wrote it. Duh!!) anyways the two brands have a dedicated hidden side of their website for ex display and imperfect footwear.

Don’t be put off by “Ex display” as sometimes these shoes have quite literally been in stock and have not been worn.

Also, you are not buying anything random as there are pictures of each pair of shoes and the retailer briefly describes what the flaw is and the condition of the shoes.

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